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.