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At The Crossroads Center 

We understand exactly what you are going through and we know how to help.

Asking for Help Is Often The Hardest Part Of Making A Change.

Find a Program

The Crossroads Center is a full service non-profit behavioral healthcare agency providing services within the Hamilton County and Greater Cincinnati area.

Our Programs

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Chaney Allen Women’s Continuum of Care

Our Chaney Allen Women’s Continuum of Care Program is a safe haven for women living with  substance abuse, providing services in a 24-Hour residential setting structured to provide a continuum of care and includes change court.

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Adult Residential Care (ARC)

Our Adult Residential Care Program is a co-ed residential program providing a wide continuum of services and support of the recovery process including Mental Health Court, Short term rehabilitation and Intensive Outpatient therapy.

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Medication Treatment

Admission Criteria

  • Adult men and women, 18 or older
  • Addicted to narcotics
  • Medically able to tolerate treatment
  • Substance abuse or dependency
  • Not requiring detoxification
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General Outpatient

Admission Criteria

  • Adult men and women, 18 or older
  • Substance abuse or dependency
  • Not requiring detoxification
  • Adults exhibiting symptoms of alcohol/drug abuse or past history of abuse
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Adolescent Programs

Admission Criteria

  • Adolescents 12 to 17 years old
  • Resident of Hamilton County, Ohio
  • Exhibiting symptoms or risk of substance abuse
  • Exhibiting aggressive behavior
  • Experiencing a family member’s substance abuse
  • Experiencing school performance problems
  • Experiencing legal problems

‍"Crossroads has made me a better person. I have learned how to have relationships and have created a strong support system. My Mom teases me by asking what did you do with my son? I thank God for chance to have a better life. No more waking up wondering where my next drink will come from.” The staff was kind and took great care with me."

- Kenneth F.

‍"My sobriety date is Feb. 10th 2015. I wouldn’t have gotten this far without the doctors and counselors at Crossroads. When I walked in the doors of Crossroads everything I owned fit in a Kroger’s bag. I was hopeless and defeated. I wanted to leave my first night there, but my talk with Ms. Shaw encouraged me to stay. She got me a voucher for clothing and shoes. She also gave me the strength to call my mom, who I hadn’t spoken with for a year. My mom has since been my number one supporter. The groups I went to during my stay at Crossroads taught me how to forgive and love myself. They gave me the tools I needed to live in the world without using drugs. My life is by no means perfect, but I can feel my emotions and feelings with using. I’m a 51 yr. old grandmother who can now enjoy her grandchildren. Life is good. Thank you Crossroads."

- Christine W.

"This program has changed my life. My relations with my wife and my sons have changed for the better.. We spend quality time together and I no longer come home smelling like alcohol. I enjoy my life now. I love my sober life."

- Rick B.

UC College Graduate Mental Health Summit

The Crossroads Center had an incredible opportunity to be part of the UC Graduate College Mental Health Summit on February 14th. It is moments like this that remind us of the collective impact we ca...
FEB 14, 2024
FEB, 2024

Holiday Luncheon

JAN 11, 2024
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Helping Those You Love in Recovery

NOV 7, 2023
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Contact Us
(513) 475-5300

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Monday-Thursday: 8:00am to 8:00pm
Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 6:00am - 10am (MAP only)

Closed Sunday

and most Federal Holidays

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