Recovery & Sober Living House Support
Project ECHO provides administrative support to the two Oxford Houses in Calvert County. If you wish to apply to the Women’s or Men’s Oxford House, you may stop by Project ECHO from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm to pick up or drop-off an application. All applications are kept secure and private and promptly delivered to the appropriate House. The members of the household review all applications and schedule individual interviews with applicants. If you wish to discuss the process, feel free to call Lori Hony at 410-535-0044, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Project ECHO between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
What is an Oxford House
Oxford Houses are self-run, self-support recovery houses for addiction. The original house was started in the late 70’s and there are now over 1,800 world wide. All decisions pertaining to an individual house are democratically made by the members of that house and because of that each house has a different personality. In order to maintain their charter, each house must follow three rules. Be democratically run, expel anyone for using, and each member must pay their share of the house expenses.
By visiting www.OxfordHouse.org you will find a complete explanation of this remarkable organization.
Current weekly expense per member is $100.00
The men’s house is located in Saint Leonard within walking distance of Fastop.
The women’s house is located in Sunderland across the street from the DC Commuter parking lot.
Each house has up to 7 beds.
Each house strongly promotes 12-step meeting attendance.
All monies collected go into the house bank account.
Members can stay any length of time as long they stay current with their expense share, are not disruptive, and stay clean.
Relapse means immediate expulsion.
Additional Resources for Recovery
Project ECHO holds an open meeting of Narcotics Anonymous every Friday at 1:00 pm. All are welcome to attend. The meeting is held in the basement of Project ECHO’s Homeless Shelter located at 484 Main Street, Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Information on Narcotics Anonymous meetings: NA Meetings
Information on Alcoholics Anonymous meetings: AA Meetings
Information on Celebrate Recovery Groups: CR Groups
Information on Oxford Houses: Oxford Houses
Information on overdose reversal: Naloxone Training