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|the crossroads facilities:|
1845 East Ocotillo Road, Phoenix, AZ 85016
Originating in 1960, as a recovery housing program for persons recovering from addiction, this 48-bed facility was rebuilt in 1984 after a destructive fire. The new campus features a 48 bed men’s residence hall, meeting and dining hall and administrative offices.
It offers a clean and sober living environment and three-meals-a-day food service. More than 50 weekly meetings, attended by more than 2,500 recovering individuals, are held in the very active 12-step meeting hall.
This extensive interaction between Newcomer and Old Timers is part of the key to Crossroads success. Residents are given the opportunity to ready themselves spiritually, mentally and emotionally for returning as productive members of society.
the crossroads for men midtown
3702 North 13th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85013
In March 1982 Crossroads acquired the Turning Point Home for Women and converted it into the first residential recovery program for women.
In April of 2007, when Crossroads opened a new women’s recovery complex, this home was transformed into a 32 bed men’s facility. The goal of this facility is to provide low-cost help for men in recovery, who are at the end of the line.
Fees at this facility are substantially less than other programs at Crossroads. This facility also houses the highly successful meth pilot program.
the crossroads west for men
7523 North 35h Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85051
Opened in 2002, in West Phoenix, this 56-bed facility is set on a 3.5 acre campus complete with a large meeting hall, kitchen and dining facilities, three residence buildings and administrative offices. Built completely with funds provided by the recovery community, donors and grants, Crossroads West mimics the successful formula of the East facility. It offers residents an exceptional opportunity to regain their lives through a twelve-step lifestyle within a nurturing, fair-minded environment.
Residents live in semi-private rooms and receive three square meals a day, something new for most. Currently, more than twenty-five 12-step meetings are held there each week, attended by more than 1,000 recovering individuals. This provides the Newcomer residents the opportunity to mix with, and absorb from, Old Timers who have successfully overcome many of the same obstacles. Likewise, Old Timers benefit from the Newcomers’ fresh reminder of the damage caused by alcoholism.
the crossroads for women
1632 East Flower Street, Phoenix, AZ 85016
In April of 2007 Crossroads opened this beautiful recovery housing program for women recovering from addiction, which houses more than 60 recovering women using the proven program of Crossroads; women fellowship together, they are served 3 great home-cooked meals a day, and are given the opportunity to grow and heal in a safe and friendly environment.
This facility is one of the largest women’s recovery centers in the United States.
the crossroads arcadia for men
5116 E Thomas Rd | Phoenix, AZ 85016
the crossroads claremont 3/4 for men
Acquired in 1998, this facility is a converted 5 bedroom home and offers a 3/4 sober living environment for five male residents. This program is only available to men that have successfully completed the Back to Basics 126-day program at Crossroads’ East or West facilities.
Residents are expected to adhere to the principles and practices of Crossroads; that is attending daily and weekly meetings, sponsoring a current resident at one of the male facilities, paying rent, holding a job and above all else, remaining sober.
Statistics have shown a dramatic increase of long term sobriety for the residents that have completed a stay at Claremont.
the crossroads mitchell 3/4 for men
Acquired in 2005, the facility is a 5 bedroom home and offers a three quarter house living environment for five male residents. This program is only available to men that have successfully completed the Back to Basics 126-day program at a Crossroads’ facility. Mitchell residents attend daily and weekly meetings, sponsor current residents at Crossroads for men, pay rent and hold a job. Most importantly, they stay sober. Long time sobriety is more likely in residents who have completed their stay at Mitchell.