Current Therapy Groups

Following are the outpatient therapy and educational groups at Crossroads Maine's counseling centers in Kennebunk and Scarborough. All groups are geared specifically to women or men and are held in a comfortable, discreet environment. Crossroads accepts MaineCare, Medicare, private insurance and self-pay.


Greater Portland Counseling Center (Scarborough)

Address:
71 US Route 1, Suite E, Scarborough
207.773.9931 or intake@crossroadsme.org
Directions to Greater Portland Counseling Center

Eating Disoders Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

When: Monday - Friday, 10:00am - 1:00pm
Who: Women (gender-responsive)

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for Women

When: Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Who: Women (gender-responsive)

Matrix Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

When: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Who: Men and Women (co-ed)


Kennebunk Counseling Center

Address:
65 Portland Rd., Building A, Suite 2, Kennebunk
207.467.3369 or intake@crossroadsme.org

Matrix Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

When: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Who: Men and Women (co-ed)


Outpatient Therapy and Educational Groups

Women's Aftercare Group

The Aftercare Group (TAG) provides supportive aftercare once a week with an emphasis on encouraging the development of the fulfillment, accountability and self-care that can lead to sustained, stable recovery. Themes of the group may include: warnings signs to interrupt relapse, developing healthy relationships, assertive communication, emotional regulation skills, self-sufficiency and independence, managing stress and sober fun. This group is designed for women who have recently completed an IOP, residential or both and for women with one month or more of sobriety looking for support.

Wednesdays 4:30pm - 6:00pm (Scarborough)
Thursdays 9:00am - 10:30am (Scarborough)
Thursdays 2pm - 3:30pm (Kennebunk)

The Effects of Addiction on Friends & Family 4-Week Educational Series Crossroads offers The Effects of Addiction on Friends & Family 4-Week Educational Series to anyone who has a loved one with a substance abuse problem, male or female, who may or may not be in treatment. Those working with people affected by addiction will also find this series helpful. The 4-week series covers: The Basics of Addiction, The Effects of Addiction on the User & Family & Friends, Relapse & Recovery, and The Do’s & Don’ts. Please call for more information about the next scheduled session.

Sessions begin at 5:30pm and conclude at 7pm. Call today to register - space is limited.

 

Men's Early Recovery Group

The Men's Early Recovery Group (TAG) is designed for men recovering from alcohol and drug use problems. This group will help you find your way to a satisfying recovery. By helping you learn methods to deal with cravings, stress and relationship problems, this counseling group will allow you to discover fulfillment and contentment that leads to a healthy and stable life in recovery.

•  Managing healthy relationships
•  Tools for managing triggers and cravings
•  Effective communication
•  Discovering and exploring social sober activities
•  Dealing with difficult emotions

Thursday evenings 5:00pm – 6:30pm


Take the first step to remember who you wanted to be.

Greater Portland Counseling Center: 207.773.9931
Kennebunk Counseling Center: 207.467.3369
Residential Intakes: 207.773.9931, ext. 120
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