866-719-0504 or 612-374-0504

What is the program?

Crossroads offers individual, group and family counseling dealing with a wide range of issues as they pertain to addiction and how the disease of addition has impacted an individual’s life.  These issues often include building a positive self-image, establishing and maintaining healthy boundaries, rebuilding interpersonal relationships, learning effective communication skills, reinforcing awareness of relapse triggers, and identifying vocational and educational goals.

Meetings include:
Individual counseling sessions, group therapy, and support groups.

Staff includes:
Executive Director, Minnesota state licensed alcohol and drug counselors, mental health therapists, and gambling counselors. The staff is supported by four resident managers.

Where are you located?

2823 South Wayzata Boulevard, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Located West of Downtown in Minneapolis, MN, near the West End and the Chain of Lakes.

How does one become a resident at Crossroads?

  • Contact the Executive Director by phone at 612.374.0506 or 866.719.0504, or by e-mail at John@crossroadsaftercare.org to arrange for an admissions interview. See Admissions for more information.
  • Have your treatment center contact Crossroads to make a referral.

How much does it cost?

The monthly program fee is $730, which includes the program and housing, along with a $160 refundable deposit. The deposit is refundable under the conditions that the resident provides 30-day notice and leaves Crossroads under good terms.


Payments online are available here.

Can I continue with my job or school?

Yes.  All residents are expected to develop structured, meaningful activity in their schedule within a reasonable time period.  This structured activity is usually in the form of a part-time or full-time job, enrollment and attendance in school, or participating in some type of volunteer service on a regular basis.

How long can I stay?

Residents choose the length of their stay from one month up to 24 months.


The average length of stay is seven months.

Are meals included?

No.  All residents are responsible for their own meals, including meal preparation.  Our facility includes a large kitchen with two ovens and stovetops, a microwave and a long countertop with an adjacent dining area, but food and cooking utensils are not provided.  There are also microwaves in a common area on each residential floor.

Can I have visitors?

Yes, visitors are welcome anytime, but they must abide by resident curfew regulations and cannot stay overnight.

What are the living accommodations?

All new residents initially move into a double occupancy room.  There are also 20 single rooms available on a seniority basis. See residential accommodations for more information.

Can I have a vehicle and is public transportation near by?

Yes, residents can have a vehicle. There is free surface and underground parking. There is access to public transportation through Metro Transit. The #9 Bus is within 2 blocks of Crossroads.

Are there any restrictions?

Crossroads has an independent program structure, therefore there are fewer rules and regulations. Residents come and go freely without having to sign in or out. There is a temporary curfew of 12-midnight weekdays and 1:30 a.m. on weekends. There are no overnight or weekend passes extended for the first 30 days.

Do you do alcohol and drug testing?

Yes, we do random alcohol and drug testing regularly, as well as if there is ANY suspicion of use.


If drug screen comes back positive, individual will be discharged effective immediately.

Is Internet access available?

Yes, free high-speed WiFi Internet access is available throughout the building.

Is there laundry available?

Yes, free washers and dryers are provided.

What do residents have to provide or bring to Crossroads?

Crossroads created an Amazon list called What to Bring. This list contains what most residents bring for their rooms. The list contains things like bed linens (twin size), pillow, bath towels, bath mat, shower curtain, cooking ware, dishes, cleaning supplies, paper towels, and toilet paper. A coffee maker is also included in this list.

To see the Amazon list click here: What to Bring.

For more information see Resident Accommodations.