Publications and House Forms
2004 Hoffman Report
The Defense Appropriations Conference Report for FY 2000 directed the Department of Defense (DoD) to conduct a pilot project to improve treatment outcomes for alcoholism and drug addiction, with a specific recommendation that Oxford House, Inc (OHI) recovery homes be evaluated for potential effectiveness and cost efficiency. In FY 2001, funds were appropriated to support this endeavor. The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) developed a feasibility study to assess the potential contribution of Oxford House in the rehabilitation of military health care system beneficiaries with substance use disorders. The Final Report was published January 1, 2004. It is referred to as the “Hoffman Report” because the principal investigator was Colonel Kenneth Hoffman, MD, Medical Corps, United States Army.
Click here to download a pdf of the Hoffman Report.
Oxford House Newsletters
The Oxford House Manuals
The Oxford House Manual© provides the guidelines for group living to all residents of an Oxford House. It is now available in Spanish and translations into other languages are in preparation.
Oxford House Manual© (1.10mb)
Oxford House Manual© (1.10mb), Spanish Version
The Oxford House Chapter Manual provides the guidelines for houses to get together as a local chapter to provide mutual support to each other.
Oxford House Chapter Manual©
The Oxford House Council Manual provides the guidelines for the members of the World Council to conduct their business, spells out the role of the World Council and enumerates resolutions passed by Oxford House World Conventions [1999-2006].
Oxford House World Council Manual©
The Oxford House Manual©, The Oxford House Chapter Manual© and The Oxford House World Council Manual© are also available by mail for $5.00 each from Oxford House World Services, 1010 Wayne Avenue, Suite 300, Silver Spring, MD 20910
The Oxford House Concept
Oxford House, segment aired on 60 Minutes.
The Oxford House video (VHS or DVD) is also available by mail for $15.00 from Oxford House World Services, 1010 Wayne Ave., Suite 300, Silver Spring, MD 20910
"Self-Run, Self-Supported Houses for More Effective Recovery from Alcohol and Drug Addition"
The National Clearing House for Alcohol and Drug Information
P.O. Box 2345
Rockville, MD 20852
Order Inventory No. PHD 584
An abridgement of the book is available below:
Oxford House – The Model
November 1989 Washington Post Magazine Article
The Oxford House Experiment
Oxford House Forms
Oxford House Pamphlets
Oxford House Profile Publication and Form
16 State Profile