Crossroads Goal: Preventing relapse and creating community
On-site Counseling: Designed to create a supportive and comfortable environment in which someone recovering from addiction is able to speak openly about his or her feelings, struggles, and strengths during the recovery process
Each resident is assigned a therapist upon admission so that they will receive Individual Therapy throughout their stay.
Below are the Therapy Groups that our program offers:
Once a month our Executive Director John Rundquist, leads a community meeting that every Crossroads resident is required to attend. The meeting is designed for the residents to learn about new changes and updates to the program, to welcome new residents to the community, and to hear from an alumni of the program talk about their experience during their stay and how their recovery continues to flourish. Following the meeting everyone meets for food and fellowship to celebrate recovery.
This optional closed 8 week group run by our therapist Jessica Koep focuses on the issues of co-dependency and how to appropriately address them in recovery. Each resident is provided a book on co-dependency and given written assignments that are processed in a group setting.
Recovery Coach Nadine Gall brings her expertise in teaching self-care to our residents through practice of mindfulness and meditation. In this group, they will practice guided meditation, breathing techniques, and many other positive ways to cope with stress.
During weekly meetings in this group, Evan Lieberman leads discussion on topics related to staying sober and gambling free while guarding against relapse.
This group is designed to be a place where people process what is going on for them in their everyday lives as well as within their recovery while giving and receiving the support of their peers. Each resident attends one primary group per week, run by their therapist at Crossroads. Residents remain in a Primary Group throughout their stay.