54 E Ramsdell St, New Haven CT, 06515
The Men’s Program at Crossroads, located at the Juan B. Rosa House at 55 East Ramsdell Street, is a 96-bed residential program offering comprehensive recovery services for men.In addidtion to individual and group counseling, Crossroads offers a Father to Father group to provide men with the skills to be an active father and member of the family. There is also an emphasis on reintegration into the community after treatment, and Crossroads provides job coaching, employment services, and assistance with housing. The needs of addicted women differ markedly from those of men. For many women struggling with addiction, issues with mental health, past trauma, domestic violence and parenting are central to their addiction and therefore must be addressed during treatment.“The Women’s Program at Crossroads takes the specific needs of women into account, implementing evidence-based curriculum that is gender-responsive, including trauma informed and family centered services.” –Maria Acevedo, 2007The Women’s Program at Crossroads is a 44-bed residential unit, located at the Juan B. Rosa House. Services include individual and group counseling, family therapy, domestic violence classes, and life re-orientation seminars designed specifically for women.Crossroads collaborates with WSPIC (Women Service Providers Improvement Collaborative) Supervision Consultation Project, an initiative that assists agencies to move from theory to the practice of gender-responsive treatment. Amethyst House is Crossroads’ program for pregnant women and women residing with children in treatment. It is the largest such program in the state of Connecticut, providing residential substance abuse treatment to 20 women.This program is now housed in a new, state-of-the-art residential facility designed specifically for women with children.
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