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I am so grateful to Crossroads. I didn't know where to go to help my son. The path he was headed down was scary. Everywhere that was recommended to me would not talk to me because he was 18. Crossroads said you get him here we will take it from there. Sure enough not only did they walk my son threw getting sober. They also gave me a support group. We are almost to a year and its the best decision I ever made.
kim dewalle, 2 years ago
Crossroads is LIFE-CHANGING for kids and their families! And everyone should know about it. Our daughter went from an attitude of denial that she had a problem, to happily working her program. In the 4 months she has been in the program, her personality has transformed in front of our eyes - snarly negativity has been replaced by humble gratitude. Out of control nights out have been replaced with enthusiastically sober fun with her new friends in the group. Lying has been replaced by open communication. Anxiety, depression, and a.d.d. meds are long gone., and she is learning how to deal with her feelings. I'm sure she still has a long way to go, but the Crossroads program, their outstanding counselors and staff, and the love of the group has opened her eyes to fact that she has a great future ahead of her. I thank God for this place every day. Check it out!
Wendy McGowan, 2 years ago
This enthusiastic 12-step program has saved my son’s life and the lives of other kids. I love these people, these kids and their parents. It isn’t a sterile, clinical medical environment, but is a warm and loving supportive environment. Thank God for Crossroads!
Emily Fingerhut, 2 years ago
10 months ago we stepped into the doors of Crossroads hopeless after a roller coaster of i.c.u. visits, in-patients programs, out-patient programs, counselors, psychiatrists, and psychotic prescription medicines....we are now hopeful with the structure, expertise, experience strength and hope, love and personal attention through Crossroads that has allowed my son to work on himself and grow daily; as well as, our family to work on ourselves and grow daily. We see miracles daily. I believe the core strength of this program is the support/strength from the peer-to-peer and the parent-to-parent structure that goes well beyond any 30 day in- patient/out-patient program. This is not a "glum" lot, enthusiasm/love abounds and is infectious. A true way to live!
Paul Wight, 2 years ago
This program has been instrumental in saving our son's life. He had been in and out of hospitals for self-destructive behaviors for many years. Every time the phone rang we feared the worst. Counselors and psychiatrists never helped. The way CR works is the only way that does and could work - no drugs, prescribed or not, building their confidence that they can be happy without addictions, keeping them busy with fun activities, encouraging heathy hobbies, and teaching them strategies to deal with their problems. One of the best services they provide is the parent support group. It is a12 step program that has helped us understand addiction and taught us how be a part of our sons recovery. I can't say enough good things about the program and the people who run it - it has helped hundreds of youths in it's years of existence because they truly do understand the disease and how to keep it under control. However, recovery is a personal choice - not everyone sees the value in becoming a productive, happy member of society. Our family is very thankful to have found it.
Dawn Cassara, 2 years ago
I came into this program when I was 21 with no hope and no type of love for myself. This program saved my life. I am 23 now with 21 months sober. Not only did this place get me off of drugs and alcohol, it restored my relationships with my family, and taught me how to love and love myself. Without this place, I wouldn't have the tools to deal with day to day life without drugs or alcohol. I am forever grateful for everything this place has done for me.
Anna Toscano, 3 years ago
This program has saved my life time and time again. Not only has it helped me to become a respectable, healthy, and well rounded person, but it has improved the lives of my family. Crossroads took me from being emotionally detached from my family to having real relationships with my parents. The counselors worked with my parents to help them understand what i needed. I never could imagined the kind of life I have with my family today. Never in my life have I had better friends than the ones I have made in the program. I have been pushed and challenged every day by people who actually care about me to live the best life I possibly can. All of the counselors truly care about how I am and whether or not I stay sober. There are numerous times that they have put into me much more than was ever expected of them. There have been a couple times where I have called a senior counselor for help and comfort at 1 in the morning. The people who work for this program do it because they care and love to help people. My experience has been far and beyond what I could have imagined my life to be. Despite being unwilling and delusional at times, none of them has ever given up on the chance of me being happy and free. I love my life and it is all due to the crossroads program.
Bob Roberts, 3 years ago
Without this program I never would have been able to build any sort of relationship with my family. This place not only saved my life but improved the quality of it drastically. As with all other 12 step programs, it is a program of willingness. Until someone is ready to work the 12 steps and actually wants to be sober they will not get the full benefit of the program. I personally joined as a 15 year old hot head with no relationship with my family and no healthy friendships. I was unwilling to work the steps and was a rude, annoying nuisance essentially. Yet none of the counselors or support group ever gave up on me and continued to be there for me no matter how much I sucked to be around. With the family relationship this program offered guidence to my parents and I in rebuilding our connection and taught me how to communicate with my parents rather than fighting ever time we interacted. When I was newly in the program I ran away from home after one such fights and one of the senior counselors lovingly confronted me and helped to understand how childish I had been acting and to return home and apologize to my parents. Although that may seem like a very small step in the right direction it was the first action that ultimately led to the amazing connection and friendship I have with my parents today. As far as long term sobriety goes, I'll say it again, it's a program of willingness. I have relapsed before and can say without a shadow of a doubt that the counselors went above and beyond in helping me come back from it. I currently have 1.5 years sober and am the happiest I have ever been thanks to this program. I've learned a lot and will never forget this amazing experience and friendships I have built here.
James, 3 years ago
I came into the crossroads program when I was 15 years old. I was a shy, scared alcoholic. I had no relationship with my family or any of my friends. Crossroads not only helped me get and stay sober, it also helped me build a loving relationship with my mom and dad. In some of the reviews I have read it has said that the counselors here have no real experience and thier training is a scam. I completely disagree there is no better person to help the struggling addict then another addict who has been in the same place he/she is. The crossroads program is a fantastic place for young people to get sober. This is an enthusiastic sobriety program which helps young people figure out how to have fun and be happy without the influence of drugs and alcohol. I recommend the crossroads program to any and every parent with a child who may have a problem with drugs and alcohol.
Morgan McQuerry, 3 years ago
I got sober here, and it is a fantastic place to be. Everyone is incredibly loving and willing to help. I wouldn't take it back in a million years, and would strongly encourage any young people or parents of young people to at least check it out. It may not be for everyone, but you're not going to find another one like it
Jack Rothermich, 3 years ago
An amazing 12 step program with REAL counseling for youth & young adults! This is Not a Doctor in a suite prescribing drugs to get a kid off drugs & alcohol! It's where youth & young adults learn "strategy for life" skills to never abuse alcohol and / or drugs ever again!!! The place where miracles happen!
Henry David Scott, 4 years ago
626 Cepi Drive, Chesterfield, Missouri 63005
- (636) 532-9991
The Crossroads Program is a reputable and accredited addiction treatment facility in Chesterfield, Missouri. The goal of The Crossroads Program is to change the life of an addict for the better by giving the proper guidance and treatment methods required for a successful recovery.
Treating addictions, whether to drugs or alcohol, requires conducting a thorough patient assessment in order to determine what sort of treatment program will benefit the patient the most. Constructing a future that is free of alcohol and drug use begins with a solid foundation and that foundation can be found at The Crossroads Program.
After meeting with an addiction counselor, the patient will get a customized treatment plan just for them and their unique case.
By developing coping mechanisms throughout treatment, patients can reenter society feeling confident and assured which is essential when wanting to maintain long-lasting sobriety. Accomplishing the end goal of obtaining sustained sobriety is possible with the help of professional treatment.
The disease of addiction is a serious one and one that requires intense treatment in order to overcome. By providing the support and guidance needed as well as providing comprehensive treatment, patients will have the opportunity to begin a new more promising life path. There is a life beyond substance abuse, but it takes the help of professional addiction treatment in order to discover that new life.
It’s never too late to attend treatment. Whether the patient has been an addict for one year or five years, the addiction counselors at The Crossroads Program can help. With innovative treatment options available to patients, the chances of recovering from drug and alcohol addiction are likely, but it also requires the dedication and positive mindset of the individual in order to obtain long-lasting recovery.
At The Crossroads Program, quality treatment is never compromised. With the guidance and support of compassionate staff members, patients will feel content when they enter treatment at The Crossroads Program.It’s time to take control of the life being lived and seeking treatment is the best decision to take.