Randy Dannheim, Right Track Program Director
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.
David Leos, Arcadia Program Coordinator
David has been a part of the Crossroads family since 2012 and says that being a Veteran and working for Crossroads gives him the ability to help his community and 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 be a part of 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.
Donna Alexander, Women’s Program Coordinator
Donna has been with Crossroads since 2010 and her favorite thing about Crossroads is being able to give back what she has been so freely given. She enjoys passing on information and experiences that she or someone she knows has been through to help someone else.
Scott Winebrenner, Clinical Lead
Scott has been with Crossroads since 2014. What he loves about Crossroads is that “all direct service staff are recovering addicts who are able to share the knowledge they’ve gained about the disease, as well as their own experience, strength, and hope, to help the next suffering addict learn a better way of life.’
Delia Consenting, Clinical Supervisor
I love working for Crossroads because of how the staff treats clients as family. Each new client is welcomed by staff and seasoned clients with a heartfelt “Welcome Home.” Our staff are intimately aware of the dangers of substance abuse. They use their personal journey to help. Delia has been with Crossroads since 2016.
Megan Ehrlich, Clinical Supervisor
I came to Crossroads because of their reputation for success in the community. When new residents arrive on property we tell them “Welcome Home.” 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-their eyes start to have life again, they are able to look others in the eye, and they start to develop a real sense of what they want their future story to be. Megan has been with Crossroads since 2016