a woman getting acupuncture as part of crossroads Maine complementary addiction therapies

A Look at Crossroads Maine Complementary Addiction Therapies

As Crossroads’ Back Cove Residential Program continues, it seems fitting to reflect on the Crossroads Maine complementary addiction therapies that are contributing to the success of this program. Our clients have vastly benefited from daily yoga sessions, weekly acupuncture, and equine therapy sessions. We are grateful to the expertise of Jade Integrated Health, who provides…

Crossroads 2nd Annual Community Awards Breakfast Honorees

On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, Crossroads will honor six individuals who have committed themselves to raising awareness, promoting prevention and delivering treatment as an alternative to the pain of addiction to alcohol and other substances at its 2nd Annual Community Awards Breakfast. This year Crossroads will be honoring the following community leaders: Tracy Sabol, Media Leader…

Help Support Clients at CAMP

“The disease of addiction isn’t substance based. It’s core based.”  ~ Amber A., Crossroads CAMP client   Amber has much to be grateful for these days. December 26, 2014 marked her one-year anniversary of sobriety. She also celebrated her son Chandler’s 1st birthday one month later. After completing treatment at Crossroads’ Children and Mothers Program (CAMP)…

Press Release: Crossroads Awarded $4,000 Grant from the Gannett Foundation

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Shannon Trainor, 207-773-9931, ext. 121, strainor@staging.crossroadsme.org SCARBOROUGH, Maine (February 9, 2015) – Crossroads was recently awarded a grant in the amount of $4,000 from the Gannett Foundation. The grant will support the Barbara L. Dacri Scholarship Fund. The funds will be used for clients in need of financial assistance for…

Press Release: Crossroads Awarded $200,000 Grant from Next Generation Foundation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Shannon Trainor, 207-773-9931, ext. 121, strainor@staging.crossroadsme.org SCARBOROUGH, Maine (January 26, 2015) – Crossroads was recently awarded a grant in the amount of $200,000 from the Next Generation Foundation of Maine. The grant will support the buildings that house its long-term treatment facilities, the Boulton Center for Women and Children and Cumberland…