"Bidding Farewell to Flower, Crossroads for Women" written By Donna Alexander with introduction by Lee Pioski. (Taken from the 10/1/20 Crossroads Employee Newsletter) Well we made it through the summer, and fall is finally here. One thing that never fails, is that fall brings change. Much like everything else in life, Crossroads is constantly evolving. [...]
Crossroads Flower have been selected by Newsweek as one of the best addiction treatment center in the state of Arizona. This is the first year Newsweek has evaluated and ranked addiction treatment facilities. The inaugural effort included detailed assessments of treatment centers in 20 states. Newsweek partnered with Statista Inc., a global market research and [...]
We would like to introduce our new Outpatient program. We are excited to announce the Crossroads Aftercare Program (CAP). CAP is now available in the Greater Phoenix Area for both male and female clients seeking outpatient substance abuse treatment. CAP is an outpatient level of care that provides early intervention to anyone seeking treatment for [...]
On August 14th Crossroads and Shoebox Ministry teamed up to spread the word about their amazing organization. Shoebox has been a long time partner of Crossroads and today, donated another 400 hygiene kits for men and women in our recovery program. Fox 10 was there Live capturing and sharing the story! Watch the segment here: [...]
Arizona Capital Times: “Social distancing, isolation is not part of road to recovery from addiction” by Lee Pioske
Cave Creek Nonprofit Donates Over 400 Purses and Backpacks to Recovering Addicts Graduating from Recovery Program
Purse-Impressions and Crossroads partner up to give individuals a sense of dignity Phoenix, Ariz. (June 9, 2020) — On Friday, June 5th, Purse-Impressions, a Cave Creek nonprofit, dropped off over 400 backpacks, purses and bags, wallets, and personal hygiene items at Crossroads, a substance abuse treatment center. The items will be gifted to recovering men [...]
Staff members Joe Zenko and Westin Schuetz, both of Crossroads West for Men, attend a hearing in Homeless Court on behalf of a client. Read the article on AZCentral.com.
ABC15 reporter Sonu Wasu investigates the trend of middle-aged women becoming substance abusers later in life.
ABC15 Arizona reporter Sonu Wasu interviews Crossroads' Compliance Officer Chris Riley in this segment about the perils of using CBD oil, especially those products marked "No THC."
Crossroads is mentioned in the The Arizona Republic, "3 bills target drug rehab industry abuses" by Ken Alltucker. Download the full article, click here.