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How to Refer to Us

Referring to Crossroads is a simple process:

  1. Call Crossroads at 866-719-0504 and ask to speak to the program director.
  2. Discuss your client with the director to determine if he/she meets basic criteria for our program.
  3. Following your discussion with our program director, an interview will be scheduled for your client. Interviews can be completed in person or via phone depending on the location of your program.
  4. Following the interview process the program director will discuss with you the results of the interview along with bed availability and an admission date for your client.
  5. Once an admission date has been setclick here to print the application form for your client to fill out and click here for the Resident Rights and Responsibilities information. Upon admission, please have your client give the completed documents to one of the Crossroads staff.
  6. Your client is admitted to the Crossroads Aftercare Program.

  • Testimony From Crossroad Residents

    • I couldn’t believe how I fit into the community of Crossroads. I had always felt like an outsider and a loser. All I knew how to do was to hang out with the guys and smoke pot. Because of Crossroads I found a new way to live that had purpose. My self- esteem grew, I […]
      - D.H. -

    • “First of all, that treatment is just the start of the road to recovery. It gets you sober, but what keeps you sober are the aftercare programs, like Crossroads. For a lot of people it is the first real place they can call home.” “I owe my life to the time I spent in Crossroads. […]
      - Anon -

    • “As far as my experience there, I can only say there is a strong possibility that I would be dead now if not for the help I received there. Crossroads residents are treated as the adults they are.”
      - B.G. -

    • I was so uncertain about coming to Crossroads, but my wife said I would not be allowed to come home. I am married with 3 children and a beautiful home. I worried about how I it would feel to not be with my family. To my utter amazement, I grew to love the people that […]
      - B. L. -

    • “I arrived with no expectations, no self esteem, no money, no hope. And I’m leaving here with all of those…” “I have a new found appreciation for all things, as well as my hopes for a sober future.”
      - P.H. -

    • “Crossroads, for me, was and is a miracle. Please believe me when I say I would not be alive today without that aftercare program.” “Crossroads is the family that took a frightened, lonely, confused, and miserably unhappy small girl who didn’t want to live; who had forgotten her dreams; and believed she was alone in […]
      - D.P. -

    • How can I define the miracle of Crossroads? I had never been to Minnesota, and I had no idea of where I was. Sharron, the director, told me there was a lake just three blocks away, where I could sit on a park bench, feed the ducks and relax. I soon settled in and begin […]
      - M. J. -

    • “Crossroads has been the chance of a lifetime for me! I want to thank you and the staff for the best and most productive year of my life.” “Treatment was an introduction to being sober, the real work started when I moved into Crossroads.”
      - K.S. -

    • “I felt such a great sense of camaraderie, love, hope, and sanity at Crossroads. Everyone there is willing to give a lot of themselves to get little more than the satisfaction of watching the program of recovery at work in return. All of these marvelous feats are accomplished at a very reasonable cost, in a […]
      - B.J. -

    • The magic of the Crossroads experience in my life has been that I was given a safe haven, surrounded by other people seeking answers to how to start a new life.
      - Past Resident -