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Turning Point Oxford Hub

Turning Point Oxford Hub

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Contact Details

Turning Point Oxford Hub Address: The Rectory Centre, Rectory Road,  Oxford - OX4 1BU
The Rectory Centre, Rectory Road, Oxford
Turning Point Oxford Hub Phone Number: 01865 261690
01865 261690

Service Type

Substance misuse

Operating Hours

9.30am-5pm Mon-Fri & 10am-2pm Sat

Service Description

Turning Point Roads to Recovery is an all-purpose drug and alcohol treatment service located in Oxfordshire and commissioned by Oxfordshire County Council. Download the latest timetable.

Turning Point is dedicated to promoting wellbeing and recovery from addiction when you feel ready to take those steps. Oxfordshire services offer a variety of treatment options; offering support to find the right treatment for you to make positive changes.

The team across Oxfordshire includes doctors, nurses, psychologists, recovery workers, support workers, complementary therapists, peer mentor volunteers, counsellors and trainers. There are lots of different people who can offer their support, knowledge and encouragement to help you achieve your recovery.

Turning Point Oxfordshire have service hubs in Oxford, Banbury, Didcot and Witney.

The Oxford Hub is in the heart of Oxford city and offers a great support network with 1-2-1 key working, group work and a variety of outreach services supporting people with substance misuse issues in the homeless accommodation pathways.

For what's on at Refresh Cafe, see Daily Services.

Key functions & activities offered

  • Harm minimisation (including specialist needle exchange)
  • Groups: mindfulness, relapse prevention, recovery skills, introduction to change, SMART, women’s group, parenting group and freedom programme
  • Specialist prescribing
  • Alcohol detoxes
  • Community opiate detoxes
  • BBV testing
  • Opiate substation therapy at GP practices throughout the county
  • ETE, boxercise and various activities
  • Housing support and signposting
  • Refresh caféstructured volunteering opportunities and aftercare packages. The café is recently re-opened!
  • Outreach in hostels and shared care