We offer Substance Abuse Programs and Co-occurring Disorders:
Individual Counseling and Aftercare Planning
Rehab is the first step on a lifetime's journey toward recovery, not the final destination. Usually one starts with drug detox, then inpatient treatment to concur the life-threatening disease of addiction. Eventually, you'll leave rehab and have to return to your normal life - including the many challenges you face as part of your daily existence. Good rehab centers don't just throw you out into the world and hope for the best. Instead, they work with you to devise a plan for how you'll manage the challenges of life after you leave rehab. This process is known as aftercare planning and we believe is a key ingredient in the recipe for long-term sobriety success.
The only person who can change you is you. At Crossroads Recovery Center it is extremely helpful to be immersed in a strong support network to ensure your success. Therefore, hold onto the people in your life that are positive and supportive. On the other hand, be cautious about maintaining the unsupported and negative people in your life, like past friends that continue to use drugs, or relationships with people that make you feel inadequate.
We have learned that the number one factor in determining success is whether the client has successfully overcome their addiction
Fear and apprehension are commonly the biggest obstacles to recovery, which can be a long and difficult process that will most often require professional help along the way. Getting the proper support and professional help, you can overcome your addiction.
We offer Evening Intensive Outpatient Services four days a week (Mon-Thurs) from 5:30 PM to 8:30 AM
Crossroad Recover Center has achieved the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission.
An independent, not-for-profit organization, The Joint Commission accredits and certifies nearly 21,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.
Developing a sobriety plan is important in recovery. Sobriety plans are individualistic like the person themselves. What works for one, might not work for someone else. Just do something because action is the key. Yoga, 12 steps, SMART recovery, and exercise are examples. Isolation and "staying in ones head" will not work. Be present, be part of, and pay attention.