Shannon’s April Cross Chat Vlog: Children And Mothers Program (CAMP)

Each month, Crossroads executive director, Shannon Trainor, publishes a short video on different topics relating to addiction, mental health and gender-responsive treatment. In her vlog for April 2014, Shannon talks about Crossroads’ innovative and unique Children And Mothers Program (CAMP). CAMP is the only program in Maine that provides on-site living centers for women and children during residential treatment

What Recovery Looks Like During the Holidays

The following video features Crossroads and Milestone Foundation clients and staff singing Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer at the Crossroads halfway house. It may not sound perfect, but this is what recovery looks like during the holidays! [flickr video=8292214580 secret=e41ff3cc26 w=400 h=300] Video here

Video: Crossroads (Maine) Residential Treatment Programs for Women

Crossroads’ residential programs for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues provide the structure and stability many women need at the beginning of their recoveries from drug and/or alcohol addiction. Our residential services include a short-term residential rehabilitation and children and mothers program (CAMP), as well as a long-term halfway house. While our residential facilities

Video: Crossroads (Maine) Outpatient Program for Women and Men

Crossroads offers a number of outpatient options for men and women, including pregnant women, of all ages and backgrounds seeking evaluation and/or treatment for addiction and behavioral health. Our gender-focused outpatient services are offered at Greater Portland Counseling Center in Scarborough and Kennebunk Counseling Center in Kennebunk, both in Maine. Crossroads’ outpatient services include comprehensive

September is National Recovery Month: Why “RE”covery?

September is National Recovery Month. There are lots of events going on, in Maine and beyond, to celebrate those in recovery from alcohol and/or drug addiction as well as mental disorders. The month reminds us that prevention works, treatment is effective and people do recover. To kick the month off, here’s a video from the

Crossroads for Women’s Organizational Video

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndxrU9Q5nzI] Take a look at Crossroads for Women’s new organizational video directed by Laki Vazakas. This new video tells the story of Crossroads for Women through the women who have walked through its doors. Crossroads for Women is where you would send your mother, sister or daughter for outpatient or residential treatment for substance abuse