Crossroads hosted an open house event at its Greater Portland Counseling Center facility in Scarborough on April 10, 2012. The event celebrated the nonprofit behavioral healthcare agency’s new headquarters and counseling center in Scarborough, expansion in Kennebunk, and recently added outpatient services for men.
Supporters, partners and other colleagues filled the Crossroads facility for an evening of celebration. Crossroads senior managers, board of directors and counselors gave tours of the new Scarborough facility, while guests enjoyed food from Chef Harding Lee Smith of “The Rooms” Restaurants and violinist Michael Albert performed. Maine Humorist Tim Sample was the evening’s Master of Ceremonies for a short program that focused on the future of Crossroads. The program featured Crossroads’ board president, Kristy Greco; executive director, Barbara Dacri; clinical director, Shannon Trainor; and Dr. Michael Albaum from Southern Maine Medical Center PrimeCare Physicians.
“Crossroads’ move from much smaller premises in Portland and our expanding outpatient centers are the direct result of the work our management team and board have put in to identify, implement and support programming that addresses the needed services in the area,” says executive director Barbara Dacri. “In addition, we have worked closely with the medical community to ensure the most comprehensive treatment for men, women and families in Maine.”
The open house event was generously sponsored by Anderson-Watkins Insurance, The Corner Room, Gorham Savings Bank, Southern Maine Medical Center PrimeCare Physicians and Time4Printing.
Crossroads™ provides gender-responsive addiction and behavioral health treatment services in a safe and respectful environment so individuals and families can lead healthy lives. For more information, visit crossroadsme.org.