“The disease of addiction isn’t substance based. It’s core based.” ~ Amber A., Crossroads CAMP client Amber has much to be grateful for these days. December 26, 2014 marked her one-year anniversary of sobriety. She also celebrated her son Chandler’s 1st birthday one month later. After completing treatment at Crossroads’ Children and Mothers Program (CAMP)
We’ve all heard about Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year. The following Saturday has turned into Small Business Saturday. Monday has become known as Cyber Monday. Have you heard about #GivingTuesday? This year, Giving Tuesday falls on December 2nd. #GivingTuesday is a global day dedicated to giving back. A day where charities,
Polly Haight Frawley, COO and Project Director of Crossroads’ $1.5 M federal SAMHSA grant for residential substance abuse treatment for pregnant and postpartum women, recently attended a conference in Washington DC. The conference was for grantees from across the county that are implementing this innovative model of providing family-centered services for women suffering from a
Last month, we said farewell to a woman who shaped Crossroads to what it is today. Darcy Boulton dedicated more than 20 years of her life to Crossroads. She came to us as a client, and she left as the Director of Administrative Services. And now she has the building in Windham named after her.
Last year, Crossroads Maine teamed up with Project Linus to help the kids in the Children And Mothers Program (CAMP) feel a little more comfortable when staying with their moms in residential substance abuse treatment. CAMP is the only program in Maine that provides on-site living arrangements and daycare centers for women and children during