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The Crossroads Foundation

3594 4th Ave, San Diego, California, 92103

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  • 4.4
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  • 4
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  • 4.3
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Strengths: character building supportive educational inspirational motivational needs more extras My mother was there for about 5 months and she did very well. She used meth for my entire life until I was about 19. She had been to rehab before and relapsed. She got out in 2007 and has not relapsed since.
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They really encouraged me to stay sober and grow through uncomfortable situations in my life and learn how to live a sober life, happy and healthy and learning to be self-confident and independent. A weakness is that the living situation is kind of tight. Overall, I'm really glad I stayed and didn't give in to the urge to leave over small arguments with people. I made good friends and felt supported at Crossroads. Now I am sober and have a job and I live in a rental I share with a roommate. I was homeless and unemployable when I arrived. Life is totally different because I stayed here.
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It's clean and a good start for living a sober and responsible life. There was some tension in the home between residents but I don't know that the facility could have done anything to stop or change that. It was a good place for my friend to transition out of addiction and detox and into a more responsible life. A strength was that it's clean and in a nice location.