Megan Gehrlich, West Program Manager
Megan has been with Crossroads since 2016. She loves that we truly strive to create a home environment that is conducive to recovery. I love watching new clients discover what recovery can do for them and they start to develop a real sense of what they want their future story to be.
David Leos, Arcadia Program Coordinator
David has been a part of the Crossroads family since 2012 and enjoys that working for Crossroads gives him the ability to help the community. His work is his biggest blessing.
Greg Halvorson, East Program Coordinator
Greg has been with Crossroads since 2012. He loves being a part of the Crossroads family because it allows him to take part in huge, positive change in hundreds of people’s lives each year.
John House, Midtown Program Coordinator
John has been with Crossroads since 2010 and loves that Crossroads helps individuals live a life free from substance abuse.
Nicholas Sanders, Red Mountain Program Coordinator
Nicholas Sanders has been with Crossroads since 2014 and he enjoys the sense of community and love that radiates from the staff and all the campuses.
Jenice Johnson, Crossroads for Women Program Coordinator
Jenice joined Crossroads’ staff in 2016. Her favorite things about working at Crossroads are getting to share her story and use her experience to give women hope and guidance, getting to see miracles happen daily, and watching the company grow.
Randy Dannheim, Clinical Supervisor
Randy has been with Crossroads since 2003. His favorite thing about Crossroads is its reputation in the community, the priceless impact the organization has on the surrounding community, and watching clients rebuild and regain dignity and self- respect.
Delia Consentino, Clinical Supervisor
Delia has been with Crossroads since 2016. She loves working for Crossroads because the staff treats clients as family by welcoming each new client with a heartfelt “welcome home!”
Scott Winebrenner, Clinical Lead
Scott has been with Crossroads since 2014. What he loves about Crossroads is that a good portion of staff are recovering addicts who are able to share the knowledge they have gained about the disease, as well as their own experiences to help the next suffering addict learn a better way of life.
Tim Sims, Clinical Lead
Tim began working at Crossroads in 2017 and his favorite part of working for Crossroads is learning as much as possible, retaining tiny bits of information here and there, and staying sober while doing it.
Samantha Hall, Clinical Lead
Samantha joined Crossroads’ staff in 2016 and she loves the amazing women she gets to meet every day and enjoys witnessing their amazing journeys as they go through the process of recovery.
John Mills, Clinical Lead
John Mills joined Crossroads’ team as a clinical lead in 2017 and he enjoys being able to help those in need and support their growth throughout our program as they go through treatment.
Todd Cohara, Clinical Lead
Todd became a staff member in 2014. His favorite thing about working for Crossroads is that he has been given the opportunity to grow as a human being, and give back to the community around him.