FRC Oxford House to reopen July 5
SALEM — The Family Recovery Center’s Oxford House, also known as Eloise V. Traina Center of Hope, will reopen on Sunday, July 5 after being temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Oxford House, located at 320 Benton Road, Salem, will continue to host 13 support meetings a week and serve as a safe place for more than 300 recovering community members throughout the week.
FRC has implemented safety precautions that include taking the temperature of all who enter the house, asking screening questions for COVID-19 and encouraging everyone to wear a mask. Hand sanitizer will also be available and surfaces will be disinfected frequently throughout the day.
To learn more about the support meetings offered, call 330-424-1468.