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.
Crossroads’ residential programs for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues provide the structure and stability many women need at the beginning of their recoveries from drug and/or alcohol addiction. Our residential services include a short-term residential rehabilitation and children and mothers program (CAMP), as well as a long-term halfway house. While our residential facilities
In an effort to help bridge the gap between our clients beginning their recovery journey and the clients who “know the ropes” here at Crossroads for Women, the women at our halfway house (aka, Back Cove) invited the women at our residential rehabilitation (aka, Res) program to their weekly “All House” meeting. The All House