CrossRoad Transitional is a non-profit organization devoted to developing human potential. Our mission is to provide an environment of support, tools, coping mechanisms, and needed life skills within a safe, sober setting to recover from the damaging effects of substance and / or alcohol abuse in our rehab center. Through our program, we strive to re-unify families and reintegrate our clients to our community as upstanding, positive, and productive members of society.
Sobriety, Serenity, Safety
We have an unwavering commitment to providing a caring and supportive environment for people in recovery. We understand how important support, self-knowledge and education are in changing the addictive mindset to improve the quality of life.
We value and foster a caring,thoughtful, supportive staff. Meeting appropriate care and needs for individual clients through recovery will be foremost. We encourage the rebuilding of healthy family relationships and providing a safe and nurturing environment.
Supporting a growing network of partners and sponsors will provide additional supports, learning opportunities, and resources to aid the CrossRoad Transitional and clients while recovery takes place, as well as after care.
We help adults from all walks of life, to end the vicious cycle of their addiction, and to reach their potential. To continually learn, expand and grow in our ability to deliver evidence based services, direct and indirect.
― Craig Ferguson
Your Way Of Helping Those In Need
We use every single dollar donated to help improve the lives of our patients. This means that every single gift, of any amount, helps us further our mission and serve more people that need our help. Big or small, your donation can make a difference in people’s battle again addiction.
The generous support of corporations and foundations is essential to the work that we do every day. Not only does your financial support make a huge difference in the constant battle our clients fight, but it also helps increase awareness of alcohol and substance abuse and our mission within the community.