Chemical Dependency Programs
Crossroads provides outpatient chemical dependency treatment for adults, age eighteen (18) and over. Each individual is provided with a treatment plan designed to address their specific needs.

The process of recovery begins with a full diagnostic assessment to determine the extent of an individual's involvement with alcohol or other drugs. This assessment includes the review of nine (9) critical life areas to ensure that any biological, psychological, or social issues may be addressed. Once initial paperwork is completed, which may take up to an hour, you will be scheduled with an assessment appointment (no appointment is necessary for initial paperwork). Assessment appointments are available Monday thru Thursday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, unless special arrangements are made ahead of time.

If you have any legal involvement, you may be required to furnish our agency with collateral documents in order to complete the assessment acurately (i.e. Defendant Case History, Police Report, Driving Abstract, Court Orders, previous treatment records, etc).

 Alcohol and Drug Information School (ADIS)
Alcohol and Drug Information School is an eight (8) hour educational program designed for those individuals who have received an assessment stating "No Specific Problem (NSP)" or are court ordered to attend.

 Intensive Outpatient Treatment
This first phase of treatment generally consists of eight (8) weeks of group therapy (3 times per week, 3 hours per session). Group and individual counseling, education, and involvement in a twelve (12) step recovery program are the basis for intensive outpatient treatment. Evening and weekend programs are available.

 Relapse Prevention
In relapse prevention treatment, patients attend two (2) hour sessions, one (1) time per week. Relapse prevention treatment is a program structured to address the causes of relapse and allow each client to create an individialized relapse prevention plan. This group meets weeknights only.

 Weekly Aftercare
Clients in this phase of treatment attend one and a half (1.5) hour sessions, one (1) time per week. Weekly aftercare provides ongoing support in the process of recovery. Day, evening, and weekend programs are available.