Transitional living programs are designed for young adults, both men and women, needing extra therapeutic support to effectively navigate into adulthood. If you are a young adult wanting help to conquer re-occurring issues such as substance abuse or academic failure, call our Admissions Director at 866-439-0354.
We strongly believe that at, At The Crossroads, every young adult is unique, entering the program with their own set of talents, gifts, and tangible resources. Therefore we tailor our transitional living programs to meet the unique needs of each individual young adult.
Our goal is to meet each young adult where they are, using their strengths to help overcome their weaknesses. It's a "two-for-one" philosophy. We lead each young adult to increase their individual strengths while simultaneously using their strength to overcome their weaknesses.
In reality, their weaknesses are not really weaknesses at all; they are opportunities for improvement. We teach the notion that each failure is a powerful opportunity for personal growth. Our hope is that failure will be redefined and never be considered to be a weakness again.
Pathways to Individual and group success
At The Crossroads realizes that there are many pathways to Individual & Group Success. Our program guides each young adult down a pathway that will lead to their success. The path for each young adult, men or women, is tailored to meet individual's needs, interests and goals.
While at The Crossroads students students work daily to advance down the "Pathway" that help them experience success as they gain valuable experience in becoming a well-balanced, independent adult (men and women).
Each of the pathways is separated into three steps. As students implement action plans and achieve goals, they advance through the steps for each pathway. Students start each pathway focusing on taking care of their basic needs, then begin looking outside themselves and eventually advance to become leaders and examples to others.
Each pathway step includes higher expectations of the student, increased independence and reduced frequency of monitoring. The program is designed for students to move through all of the pathways over an eight to twelve month period. For more information, please contact our Admissions Directors by calling 866-439-0354.
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