Crossroads has both short-term and longer-term residential services. It is a bilingual, bicultural residential treatment program for drug and alcohol dependent men and women, ages 18+ and individuals in the criminal justice system on probation, in a jail diversion or pre-work release program. The program has a variable length of stay, from 4 to 6 months, and includes counseling, educational services, and mutual support groups.
Its Women's Program is a 44-bed residential unit located at the Juan B. Rosa House. Services include individual and group counseling, family therapy, domestic violence classes, and life re-orientation seminars designed specifically for women. Amethyst House is Crossroads’ program for pregnant women and women residing with children in treatment. It is the largest such program in the state of Connecticut, providing residential substance abuse treatment to 20 women.
Fees: Sliding fee. Self payment, Medicaid, state-financed insurance (other than Medicaid), military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE), Access to Recovery
Ages 18+; Must be medically and psychiatrically stable; program does not accept those convicted of a sex offense or arson.