“As many times as I wanted to leave, I was talked ‘back to reality’. I am forever thankful. This place and the entire community saved my life. I’m forever thankful for all here.” ~ Crossroads Residential Rehabilitation client Crossroads saves lives. This powerful and compelling statement came up several times when our board of directors gathered
We are thankful to be a part of a difficult, but magical journey for women, men and families year round. Please consider donating a gift to Crossroads on crossroadsme.donortools.com this season or sending a check to: 71 US Route One, Suite E, Scarborough, ME 04074. Have a safe and healthy holiday ~Crossroads Board and Staff Crossroads is a 501(c)3
Crossroads and Milestone Foundation are teaming up to decorate and sell festive wreaths this holiday season in various locations around Portland and Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Crossroads and Milestone Foundation – both nonprofit organizations – are getting their clients involved, using the “Wreaths for Recovery” project as a treatment tool. Clients from the Crossroads halfway
Kristin R has learned a lot about herself at Crossroads. Through the halfway house program and regular outpatient counseling, she learned that she can make choices, her life can get better, and she’s not alone. Can we count on you to give this year to help women like Kristin remember who they wanted to be?
Crossroads for Women received a call the other day from the president of a local quilters guild in Standish, Maine. She had 14 beautifully handmade pillowcases that she wanted to donate to our halfway house. Since Crossroads maintains two 24-hour residential substance abuse treatment facilities for women, we are always in need of bed linens.
Beth struggled with alcoholism, bipolar disorder and other mental health troubles after leaving her corporate job. As Beth recalls, her life was filled with depression and a series of relapses that almost took her life. Until she saw an advertisement in a local paper for Crossroads for Women™ that reminded her to remember who she
Crossroads for Women gets lots of calls from supporters who are interested in making direct donations of goods to help our clients out while they are in treatment for substance abuse and mental health struggles with us. Since our needs are always changing, we decided to create a wish list on Amazon.com. If you are
Running two residential and two outpatient facilities on a budget gets challenging. We are often asked by community members what needed items they can donate to us as a way to give back to the agency. To help communicate what our current needs are, Crossroads for Women has created a Wish List on Amazon.com. The
It’s hard to believe we’re almost done with 2009. What a year for Crossroads for Women! We expanded our services to reach more women in Maine, while also making fiscally sound decisions for the organization so that we can provide services for decades to come. Gratitude lists are a great way to help us remember
The Grill Room in Portland, Maine is holding its first nonprofit night on Monday, April 27th. 10% of the restaurant’s total proceeds for the evening will directly benefit the women and families Crossroads for Women helps every day address and overcome drug and alcohol addiction. To show your support, all you have to do is