CROSSROADS PROGRAMS

Crossroads has been providing high quality, successful, and affordable state licensed residential substance abuse treatment services for addicted men, women, and Veterans since 1960. We understand that everyone’s recovery experience is unique and we offer multiple program options and facility locations to meet individual treatment preferences. Programming options include our Right Track Outpatient Program or our 30-Day intensive Right Track Phase I Program that transitions to a 90-day Right Track Phase II Program that Phase I graduates are encouraged to enroll in. Please contact admissions at (602) 263-5242 to discuss options.

Enrolling in Right Track significantly increases the chance of successfully completing Crossroads

Residential Treatment Programs

Crossroads’ substance abuse treatment programs are designed to empower clients and residents to facilitate the change and growth they need to succeed in treatment and life. The Right Track Outpatient Program employs evidenced based treatment models to work with adults, their families, and loved ones to encourage transformation from addiction and dysfunction to sobriety, strength, and wellness.

Crossroads’ has been a leading substance abuse treatment provider for more than 50 years and is licensed by the AZ Department of Health Services. Outpatient clients attend treatment for an average of eight weeks, though duration may be adjusted based on individual progress. It is recommended, but optional, that our outpatient clients supplement treatment services with our residential environment.

Program components include:

  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Ongoing Assessment & Individualized Program Planning
  • Physical Health Assessments
  • Collaborative Treatment, Aftercare, and Discharge Planning
  • Family & Loved One Involvement
  • Individual and Group Counseling Sessions
  • Education Components Include:
  • Addiction & Relapse Prevention
  • Co-occurring Disorders
  • Anger & Stress Management
  • Intensive Employment Services & Financial Education
  • Basic Life Skills, Life Transition, and Relationships
  • 12-Step & SMART Recovery Meetings (100+ meetings are held on our campuses each week)
  • Drug and Alcohol Testing to Ensure Sobriety

Right Track Phase I is a highly structured, intensive 30-day residential treatment program that incorporates:

  • Assessment, individualized program planning, and physical health assessment.
  • Right Track Readiness classes designed to prepare residents for a successful treatment experience.
  • Individual and group substance abuse counseling.
  • 72-hours of substance abuse, relapse prevention, and life skills education.
  • 12-step meetings and SMART Recovery groups (over 100 meetings are held on our campuses each week).
  • Intensive employment services and financial education.
  • Coordination of care/family involvement.
  • Aftercare and discharge planning.
  • Drug and alcohol testing to ensure sobriety.
  • Transportation assistance and physical/mental health referrals.

Right Track Phase II is a structured 90-day residential treatment program that incorporates:

  • Practical application of Right Track Phase I skills to encourage self-sufficiency and community reintegration success.
  • Individualized program and discharge planning.
  • Employment services, relapse prevention, life skills classes, and financial education.
    12-step meetings and SMART Recovery groups (over 100 meetings are held on our campuses each week).
  • Drug and alcohol testing to ensure sobriety.
  • Transportation assistance and physical/mental health referrals.

Self-Pay: Right Track Phase I offers proven successful results and incredible financial value in that it costs less than 10% of other treatment programs. $2,370 ($79 per day) includes 30-days of residential substance abuse treatment including all services and 3 professionally prepared meals each day. After Phase I residents are encouraged to enroll in the 90-day Phase II program that costs $40 per day and includes housing, all services, and 3 professionally prepared meals each day. Payment may be made using cash, credit/debit card, money order, or check.

Insurance: We now accept insurance including AHCCCS. Contact admissions at (602) 263-5242 for more information.

Scholarship: Scholarship opportunities are available pending in-person interview and approval via our admissions department.