Crossroads Residential Aftercare

Transitional Housing
Minneapolis, MN
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2823 Wayzata Boulevard
Minneapolis, MN - 55405

612-374-0504 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Sharron@crossroadsaftercare.org Website

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About Crossroads Residential Aftercare

Last-Modified: 2020-01-07 10:22:43

Crossroads is a home-like residence for men and women who have completed treatment for chemical addiction or compulsive gambling and desire a supportive, therapeutic place to live while adjusting to life without addiction. Conveniently located in a beautiful residential area of Minneapolis, close to downtown, uptown and the Mall of America. Close to public transportation for easy access to work and school and within walking distance of parks and recreational areas. Primary treatment for addiction is emotionally draining and often leaves the individual feeling frightened and unsure of where to go upon discharge. For many, returning to the same environment would be far too threatening for their recovery, so they look for a safe, supportive place to live – a place where they can learn to cope with life and its complexities while remaining abstinent of their addiction. Crossroads offers a low-structured program of individual, family, and group counseling in a home-like atmosphere. Their focus is to build self-esteem and restore those areas of life that have been adversely affected by the disease. The desired outcome is a lifestyle free from addiction and anchored in the serenity of believing in one’s self. Their goal is to help residents attain the necessary coping skills to live a productive life, and to:     Assist residents in seeking employment or continued education.     Guide development of financial responsibility.     Teach effective communication skills.     Encourage self-reliance and the belief in one’s own abilities. Mission To restore a sense of normalcy, self-reliance and hope to adult men and women recovering from chemical dependency and/or compulsive gambling by providing affordable housing, support, and therapeutic services in a home-like setting. Admission criteria Men & women, ages 18 and over.     Counselor referral from in-patient, out-patient or relapse treatment facilities, transfer from half-way houses or other referrals accepted by the program director.     Must be in generally good health with no major mental health diagnosis.     No criminal record of violent behavior.     Ability to pay monthly program fee of $710. (First month’s fee of $710 along with a refundable $160 deposit is payable upon acceptance.)     Able to work, attend school or be involved in full-time volunteer services.     Must complete admissions interview with the program director to determine appropriateness of placement given the scope of services provided.

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