The Crossroads Foundation Recovery Home
This non-medical, social model Recovery Home provides a safe and sober living environment for women 18 years and older who need a 24-hour residential program to conquer their addictions and the problems associated with their addiction. Crossroads provides a structured program with recovery services available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with an average length of stay of six to nine months.
This four-phase recovery program includes mandatory treatment, recovery and ancillary services, as well as individual and group counseling. Participation in a 12-Step group, completion of at least the first three steps, and random drug testing are an integral part of the program.
While in our program women are expected to engage in the chores of daily living, contribute their share of the program cost, find employment, attend NA and AA meetings, and remain clean and sober at all times. Completion of the Crossroads program requires the resident to be working, preparing for work, or actively seeking employment at the time of discharge.
First Avenue House
Crossroads is working on a brand-new facility and program as an extension of the main house, to further help more women in recovery. We anticipate this program will launch in 2018.
Crossroads Outpatient Program
Crossroads hosts a weekly AA meeting every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. that is open to the recovery community.
Crossroads Day Program
This program serves five women who have been accepted in the Recovery Home, but are awaiting a vacancy. This program helps women maintain their sobriety through attendance in all aspects of the program with the exception of housing.