At The Crossroads' transitional living programs for young adults is designed for troubled young men and women who are struggling to live independently, caught up into substance abuse, emotionally immature, and not ready to make it on their own. We suggest that parents of struggling young adults look to the professionals of At The Crossroads for immediate help. Please consider contacting one of our qualified family advocates to discuss the enrollment process regarding At The Crossroads (please call 866-439-0354).
At The Crossroads exists solely to assist young adults (ages 18-25) who are struggling by helping them to become successful adults.
Our staff are equipped and trained to teach young adults the true values and life skills necessary to become independent, live independently, and facing the adversity of life in a rational and mature way. The comprehensive in-depth program offered by At The Crossroads prepares young men and young women to make critical life decisions that are proactive and powerful, propelling them into adulthood with a profoundly solid foundation.
The students live in a structured, therapeutic environment in secured homes located in St. George, Utah, attend college, hold down a job, and otherwise learn to take care of their needs as any stable, successful adult would. If you have a young adult that needs redirection and support toward independent living please call 866-439-0354.
We realize that there are many pathways young adults can follow- some good, some bad. The therapeutic program restores the struggling young adult toward a pathway that will lead to long-term success.
We tailor each student's program to meet their individual and specific needs. We take into consideration each student's individual interest, educational needs, and personal career goals.
At The Crossroads the young adults we serve advance through our Pathways System. Pathways are designed to help our young adults experience personal success; educational and career development is a foundational element toward sustained and long-term success. We also focus on mentoring our students to become well-balanced independent adults, who are restored and back on the pathway to a promising future.
The Pathways Program is broken down into four distinct areas: Independence, Healthy Living, Spiritual Awareness, and Strengthened Relationships. As the young adult implements the important "life values" from each area they advance emotionally, spiritually, physically, and relationally. Students start each Pathway focusing on taking care of their individual needs, then begin looking outside themselves, eventually becoming healthy in all areas; becoming strong leaders and examples for others to follow. Each pathway step includes a step up; higher expectations with the advancement through each step, leading to increased independence and reduced need of professional assistance - becoming independent and self-monitoring.