Worth Bolton received the “Tom Fellows Award” from the National Office of Oxford House, Inc. The award was given on March 12 in Washington, D.C. at the Annual Outreach Staff Training.
Oxford House Inc. is one of the largest providers of sober residential houses in the U.S. and is a non-profit organization. Tom Fellows was a co-founder of the Oxford House concept. The award is a crystal arrowhead which reads: “In Appreciation of L.Worth Bolton’s Support of Oxford House Expansion for Over a Decade” and is presented to those who provide pro bono services and support to Oxford House.
Bolton is a clinical assistant professor with the School’s Behavioral Healthcare Resource Program, and coordinates our Certificate Program in Substance Abuse Studies.