Back Cove Women’s Residential Program
The Back Cove Women’s Residential Program is located in Portland and provides residential treatment for women struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders. It is a 30-day inpatient program that takes place in a therapeutic environment that minimizes outside distractions and allows women to focus on healing their body, mind, and soul. Treatment is personalized to each client’s needs and encompasses evidence-based therapies as well as holistic healing.
The Back Cove Women’s Residential Program began in 2014 and recently expanded in 2016 to include a second location.
Learn more about the Back Cove Women’s Residential Program at Crossroads and the full slate of services and activities available to support women in overcoming addiction and maximizing their recovery.
Greater Portland Counseling Center
The Greater Portland Counseling Center, located in Scarborough, Maine, is home to Crossroads’ Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for Women. Groups meet three, four, or five days per week for three hours per day. Women are engaged in gender-responsive treatment that allows them to focus on addiction education, co-occurring mental health disorders, coping strategies, and relapse prevention as they continue their recovery journey. The program provides the necessary level of support for women to feel more confident in maintaining sobriety while dealing with real-life challenges.
In addition, the Greater Portland Counseling Center also offers outpatient therapy and educational groups for men, women, and their families. Addiction impacts everyone, and Crossroads is committed to providing comprehensive support for recovery.
The Greater Portland Counseling Center site was established in 2000.
Receive ongoing support for recovery through outpatient programs and counseling at the Greater Portland Counseling Center.
Crossroads Kennebunk Counseling Center
The Kennebunk Counseling Center is located in Kennebunk, Maine, and offers outpatient therapy and counseling for clients who may not live near Crossroads’ main campus in Portland. Men and women are able to continue their treatment on an outpatient basis by participating in a variety of gender-responsive groups. Here they reinforce the skills and strategies learned in treatment while applying them to real-world situations and challenges they face each day. There are also educational programs for family and friends of those struggling with active addiction or in recovery from addiction.
Crossroads Kennebunk Counseling Center opened its doors to Crossroads clients in 2009.
Remember who you wanted to be and find the support and education necessary for ongoing recovery at the Kennebunk Counseling Center.
Children and Mothers Program (CAMP)
Crossroads’ Children and Mothers Program (CAMP) is located in Windham, Maine. It is a residential treatment program for pregnant and new mothers battling addiction. Women are able to bring young children up to age 5 with them to the facility. This allows women to focus on their treatment and recovery without worrying about who they will get to watch their children. Children are engaged in a variety of educational and recreational activities throughout the day. In addition, clients learn how to more effectively care for their children while balancing their own recovery needs. The program also provides access to a wide range of services including medical care, sober living, counseling, case management, family support, and more.
Crossroads was founded in Windham in 1974, and the Children and Mothers Program was started in 1995. It has helped dozens of expectant women and new mothers overcome addiction and feel more confident moving forward in sobriety.
Women can focus on their recovery while keeping their children nearby in the CAMP program at Crossroads.