Crossroads of Life Substance Use Recovery Program

Crossroads of Life Substance Abuse Treatment program is a licensed Substance Abuse Recovery program through the Department of Community Health (DCH); Healthcare Facility Regulation (HFR) department serving adolescent and adults who are chemically dependent. Trauma Focused and best/evidence based practice modalities are utilized through Individual, Group and Family Counseling as clinically appropriate for adolescent and adults with primary Substance Abuse Diagnosis and Co-occurring disorders.

Treatment Services:

  • Substance Abuse Assessment with ASAM Level Recommendations
  • Drug/Alcohol Screens
  • Substance Abuse Education Recovery Sessions/Groups
  • Individual/Groups & Family Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing Therapeutic Techniques Utilized
  • Thinking 4 Change Social Skills to enhance Relapse Prevention
  • Spiritual Development
  • Career/Vocational Assessment

Transitional /Re-entry Services

MLC partners with locked facilities and/or criminal justice agency. We are trained to provide “Thinking 4 a Change” curriculum that is designed to help offenders transition successfully into the community by changing the way they think and interact with others. Services are targeted towards adults transitioning from a locked facility or at risk young adults who become involved with the criminal justice system. Specific assessment tools are utilized to assess needs prior to transition from one setting to another with the goal of developing independent living skills, addressing potential career plans and establishing an independent living environment in the community for long-term success.


  • To teach social skills in order to build individual capacity to be a productive member of his/her family and community.
  • To link individuals with community resources is necessary to be successful within the community.
  • To enhance public safety by reducing recidivism among the formerly incarcerated population
  • To promote public safety through collaborative partnerships that support individual transition to
    the community.