Sisters House in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania - Oxford House
109 N Richhill St, Waynesburg, PA, USA
Certification: Not Certified
Sober House Description:
The Oxford House Sisters is a women’s sober living house in Waynesburg, PA.
Oxford House is a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. In its simplest form, an Oxford House describes a democratically run, self-supporting, and drug-free home. The philosophy behind Oxford House is three-fold:  self-help is the bedrock of recovery, disciplined democracy is key to living together, and self-support builds efficacy in sobriety comfortable enough to avoid relapse.
Oxford House in Pennsylvania
Oxford House is a publicly supported, non-profit network connecting all Oxford House recovery homes or sober houses. Oxford House sober living is a concept in recovery for a democratically run, self-supporting, and drug-free home. Homes range from six to fifteen; there is sober living for men, sober houses for women, and some recovery homes for women with children. Read more about Oxford House and the Sober House Directory.
In Pennsylvania, Oxford House offers sober living typically with very reasonable cost and promoting resident recovery through a peer-supported model run by the men and women in the sober house. Established in 1975 and continuing to this day, Oxford House boasts over 2,000 homes and growing across the globe.
The Sober House Business
Oxford House offers a platform for peer-lead recovery homes. If you are interested in opening a sober house as a business venture, get in touch with Vanderburgh Communities for more information.
Sober Living Home Operator Information:
Phone: (724) 627-0577