CROSSROADS DOLLAR$ CLUBS
Thank you to several generous donors who have joined. It is great to know we can count on your regular support. Success is measured in increments. Now your donation can be made in increments, all year long. Join a Dollar$ Club at the $5, $10, $15 or $20 Level. You may use the secure PayPal subscription button on this page or call 619.296.1151 or e-mail email@example.com for more information or to set up regular donations at higher levels. Thank you for your support.
AWWW! DID YOU MISS IT? BE A 2013 SPONSOR OF HOT PASTA & COOL JAZZ
It is never too early to start planning. Board members will be soliciting a wide range of items sure to please everyone. Be a Sponsor by providing a generous gift or gift basket for the silent auction. Your name will appear (if you wish) on our website. Call Maria at 619.296.1151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your donation. You can review the 2012 sponsor list for ideas: click this link: Download PDF of 2012 sponsors and supporters list.
READ CHRISTINA'S INSPIRATIONAL STORY
Christina shared her story with us. "...[A]fter reaching bottom I felt I couldn't possibly go any lower. A program was the only way out that was up...." Follow Christina as she tells about her journey. Christina's Story
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THANK YOU SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS
Thank you to everyone who helped with our 2012 Hot Pasta & Cool Jazz fund-raiser held on September 27. We enjoyed music from Smoke Staxx and delicious food from the Top of the Park at Park Manor Suites. Many sponsors and supporters provided door prizes, silent auction items, and pick your prize items (see the list below or download a copy of the program here). Chris Davis sang an original tune written by Anne Wilson. Louise Lecklitner shared some history and Councilmember Todd Gloria took a turn at the microphone. Congratulations to honoree Lisa Gomez who received the Hattie Brooks Achievement Award. Be sure to mark your calendar for next year's event at the end of September. A special shout out to our volunteers.
Best Buy - Bowties and Haircuts Barber Shop - Vickie Brady - Brigantine Restaurant - Bubbles Boutique - Chula Vista Golf Course - Coasters - Coronado Playhouse - Maria Costello - Crossroads Residents - Custom Coffee - Cygnet Theatre Company - Dani - Danny’s Palm Bar & Grill - Dave & Busters - Chris Davis - Delmar Thoroughbred Club - Dog Beach Dog Wash - Janice and Steve Farnow - Lynda Geiler - Nikki Gomez - Good Vibrations Chiropractic - Great News Cooking School - Green Mountain Company - Fred Grubstad - Hollands Bikes and Beyond - Horn Blower Cruises - In–N–Out Burger - JDM Salon from Heidi Bloom - Jean Claude Salon - Knuckle Out the Knot - Lambs Theatre - Larry Ley - Lowes - Macy’s - Marcia Inlow - MFJ Systems - Michael’s - Millicent and Co. - Moonlight Stage Productions - Museum of Man - Mystic Touch - Naturally Knotty Bamboo Company - North Coast Repertory - Pet Lounge - Phil’s BBQ - Pilgrimage of the Heart - Ponce’s Restaurant - Purple Passion Boutique - Reuben Fleet Space Center - Sabuku Sushi - Hillary Sandberg - San Diego Repertory Theatre - San Diego Zoo and Safari Park - Sashay Haircut by Stephanie Sauter - Serenity Shop - Snooze Restaurant - Soltan Banoo Restaurant - Stanley Steemer - Steers Burgers & Fries - Target - The Craft Café - The Huddle Restaurant - Troy’s Restaurant - Ultra Star Cinema - Uptown Dental Designs - USS Midway Museum - Victoria’s Secret - Viejas - Glen Webber - Westfield Shopping Foundation - Anne Wilson
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A CROSSROADS COOKBOOK: available now
We have compiled into a lovely book some wonderful recipes from alumni, friends and family of The Crossroads Foundation. Please contact us at 619.296.1151 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange purchase and pick up of your copy. Thank you for participating in this worthwhile and worthy fund-raising effort.
WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO
The Crossroads Foundation is a non-profit, 501(C)(3), organization established in San Diego county in 1957 as the first social model residential program developed specifically for women. The overall goal of the Crossroads Foundation is to provide a safe environment for women whose addiction to drugs and/or alcohol has caused significant impairment in their daily lives.
Using the 12-Step principles of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, we accomplish our goal through the operation of a twenty(20)-bed recovery home, a 3/4 House, and ancillary services. In addition, the Crossroads Foundation strives to reduce the stigma associated with female substance abuse, making it easier for women to come forward and admit that they need help. Crossroads accepts referrals from San Diego County Drug and Alcohol Services, San Diego legal agencies, Las Colinas, community treatment facilities and self-referrals.
Open interviews occur on Thursdays between 1pm and 2pm. In order to be considered for admission to the Crossroads Residential Recovery Home, please call 619.296.1151 or e-mail email@example.com for information and directions.