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Crossroads Aftercare Program

3.1 Good (9 Reviews) |
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3.1
Treatment Effectiveness
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Meals & Nutrition
2823 Wayzata Blvd
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405

Services

  • Residential Neighborhood

Facility Highlights

Near lakes, running trails, and restaurants

Located in beautiful Minneapolis Minnesota neighborhood

Recovery residence with on site professional counseling

Philosophy

Our mission is to restore a sense of normalcy, self-reliance and hope to adult men and women recovering from chemical dependency and/or compulsive gambling by providing affordable housing, support, and therapeutic services in a home-like setting.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Sharron Johnson
Program Director, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor
John Rundquist
Marketing Director & Lead Counselor, Licensed Alcohol, Drug, and Gambling counselor

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1.3
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I don't know why anybody would rate this facility as having anything other than one star for "meals and nutrition," because they don't provide meals or monitor nutrition. They go to Perkins once a week and you pick up your own tab. As for as amenities go, my father brought me here in my mid-twenties, and he remarked that it looked the exact same as when he had stayed there when it was a hotel in the 60s. The treatment is not effective. They don't use statistically proven methods of decreasing the likelihood of recidivism. They adhere to a strict schedule, forcing you to wake up extremely early and attend meetings where one or two people say the same things over and over again. Several residents nearly overdosed on heroin while I was there and I fell under suspicion because I asked what happened, which led to me being kicked out after I admitted to using benadryl because I couldn't sleep. It turned out that I had an auto immune disease which was diagnosed shortly after I was kicked out for "relapsing." I've been a highly successful and productive member of society since. So three health care professionals missed the fact that I was suffering from an auto-immune disease and took a grand from my parents. I hope they've changed, but their lack of knowledge and inability to treat me as an individual rather than a soldier in their boot camp gives me little hope. Lastly, I grew up near the facility and worked with three gentlemen who were residents. They all relapsed to the point where they required hospitalization. You can wind up like them or do some research and become part of a new, better way of recovering from your disease. Or in my case, my multiple diseases.
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Please stay away from here. Two councilors can do their job very well..and I mean as for making that place their money, not the care for the resident/patient. I told both of them my deepest issues which fueled my addiction for years. Things I’ve never repeated out of my mouth. When it came down to it and was struggling the most they literally turned their backs on me. All my years in addiction,8, this placed added the most to my troubles.
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Been to a few sober livings and this is by far the worst. They are the most expensive and claim it’s because of councilors on staff. And they are as fake as they come. I can go on for a while here how the lives of the people living there is not the main concern, it’s the money going into the pockets..hence the most expensive place to live in area
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5.0
Excellent
Great place to turn your life around
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4.0
Great
This place saved my life. Crossroads is the place for those who actually want to get better. It is not the place or those who may need it and don't want it. They showed me how to reintegrate into society as a functioning adult capable of being a contributing member. It is not the Ritz Carlton, but its location is ideal and the staff is incredible.
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3.7
Very Good
I believe my stay here was absolutely critical in helping me kick my addiction. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. The rooms are about the size of a dorm and you'll have a roommate for your first few months there but you can upgrade to a solo room as they become available.
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4.0
Great
neeed time to fine myself and be surrounded by others who struggle and have found a better way
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No Rating
Program is not structured. Staff works 1/4 of business. Director needs to retired; not current on what 2016 recovery programs require. Director doesn\'t prefer female residents; program had between 5-6 women all times. Male residents make up 90% population. Don\'t waste your time if you looking for a healthy recovery environment.
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1.0
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I stayed at Crossroads from July-October 2015. I found accommodations to be extremely overpriced for what was being offered. The building is an old motel from the seventies and you live in a tiny room with another person for $710.00/mo.Seriously? I could afford my own apartment for that price! The in-house \'counseling\' at Crossroads is basically totally useless and the place has a creepy unexplainable vibe to it. The building isn\'t exactly located in the best part of town and I could see and hear sketchy characters milling about the parking lot area late at night. My experience at Crossroads certainly was not all bad and there were some great people but I believe that the cost of living is far too high at Crossroads- especially for people trying to get on their feet and overcome addiction. It was disheartening seeing people unlike myself who struggled to pay and endure the duress doled out.
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