Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc., Pueblo, Colorado
Pueblo, CO, 81008
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Overview of Crossroads’ Turning Points
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. was established in 1979 and has the honor of being the largest alcohol and drug prevention, intervention, and substance abuse treatment agency in Southern Colorado. It is their mission to eliminate addictions and mental health needs of people struggling with addictive behaviors. The organization has campuses in 12 counties. The organization offers detox, inpatient, and outpatient services. These include Prevention and Intervention services as well. Individuals suffering from co-occurring disorders such as depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, bipolar disorders, and others are provided with efficient and cost-effective treatment services. Crossroads’ Turning Points has the Circle Program which is a 90-day residential treatment program for co-occurring disorders. The center also has Offender Treatment Services for both men and women which is a 5-9 month addiction residential program. The patients are educated about strategies for self-improvement and change and are involved in therapeutic activities to improve their lifestyle and overall health. The outpatient treatment programs at the center serve adults as well as adolescents through low-intensity outpatient and intensive outpatient program (IOP). Through these various treatment programs, Crossroads’ Turning Points is able to bring hope and healing in the lives of hundreds of individuals and they are able to reclaim their lives as healthier, happier, and productive members of society.
Housing and Food
Crossroads’ Turning Points has been serving the community through 12 campuses that offer different types of inpatient, outpatient, and detox programs. The residential programs for adults are segregated based on gender. Each unit can accommodate 24 patients at one time. Clients stay in rooms that resemble dorm rooms. Each room has three bunk beds and storage areas for six clients. There is an attached bathroom with each room which all patients share. A common room serves as a place where clients can relax and enjoy in their free times. The common rooms are comfortably furnished and have TVs which clients are allowed to watch in breaks. There are some nice outdoor areas available if a client wants to smoke or just want to spend some outdoor time. Meals are prepared by a team of kitchen staff and chefs who prepare healthy and nutritious foods. Meals are served three times a day in the campuses’ cafeterias. The meal menus are created in such a way so that different options of vegetables, meats, and poultry are rotated after every few days. Dietary restrictions of clients are also kept in consideration while preparing meals. Vegan and vegetarian food options are also available. Snacks are available at the cafeteria twice a day in between meals.
Treatment Options at Crossroads’ Turning Points
The different treatment options available at Crossroads’ Turning Points are:
- Therapeutic Community Treatment for Offenders
- Residential Program
- Outpatient Program
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The following substances’ abuse is treated at Crossroads’ Turning Points:
- Illegal Drugs
The Crossroads’ Turning Points offers the following therapies to its clients:
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Educational Seminars
- Relapse Prevention
Payment Options at Crossroads’ Turning Points
The Crossroads’ Turning Points offers a number of treatment programs for adolescents, men, and women suffering from alcohol and substance abuse as well as co-occurring mental health disorders. The mission at the Crossroads’ is to make the treatment affordable and reachable to all. A sliding scale cost of treatment is decided for each client based on his/her financial resources. A down payment of $575 is to be made at the time of admission after which the agreed-upon sliding scale cost if charged. The admissions staff at the center provides clients with all the relevant financial information and options available to them.
Licenses and Accreditations
The Crossroads’ Turning Points has the following accreditations and licenses:
- Accredited by CARF International
- Licensed by the State of Colorado
Crossroads’ Turning Points Advantages
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. provides comprehensive and high-quality treatment services to adults and adolescents for alcohol addiction, substance abuse, and co-occurring psychiatric disorders. It offers detox, residential, and outpatient services to clients in a private and secure environment that is conducive to healing. Clients are provided with a complete continuum of care through historically tried and tested therapies. The highly trained and experienced staff offers compassionate care and service to clients in a respectable and dignified manner. Patients are able to leave their worries behind and focus solely on their healing journey. Through the willpower of clients, dedicated efforts of the staff, and holistic approaches of treatment, the clients are able to realize their true potential and are able to live a happy and drug-free life.
Staff at Crossroads’ Turning Points
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. has been successfully providing treatment services to individuals struggling with issues of addiction, substance abuse, and dual-diagnosis disorders. The smooth and successful functioning of the campuses is primarily dependant on the staff members who work diligently to provide the highest standards of care and service to patients. The staff at Crossroads’ is highly trained, experienced, and educated to serve clients and bring about a positive change in their lives. The leadership staff comprises of executives and directors who lead various treatment programs at Crossroads’ Inc. The Administrative staff includes personnel of the Admissions Office, Coordinators, and other individuals who overlook the day-to-day functioning of the campus. Then comes the Medical Team which comprises Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs), Licensed Therapists, Clinicians, Case Managers, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselors (LADACs), Registered Nurses (RNs), and Registered Nurse Practitioners (RNP). The support staff comprises of the in-house chefs, kitchen staff, maintenance staff, and other individuals who provide support services at the campuses.