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Promoting Resiliency & Recovery For A Child’s Success In Life

Youth Recovery Program

Early intervention is important to the recovery journey for children and adolescents. Recovery is the foundation of the services we offer.

Crossroads’ program uses a wide range of strategies to promote healthy growth and development. We help keep families together and work with children to develop life skills. Our goal is to help children develop resiliency and the skills for success in life.

Services include:

  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services

  • One-on-one mentoring 

  • Skill-building groups and activities

  • After School and Summer Skill-Development Groups

  • Respite services provide relief for both children and caregivers

In a supportive and safe environment, we focus on assisting with and strengthening:

  • Self-awareness

  • Perseverance

  • Emotional stability

  • Support systems

  • Coping and problem solving skills

  • Behaviors

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) 

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) services may be provided on-site at the Recovery Club, located at each Crossroads location, or off-site in the child’s home or other community setting.

Recovery Centers provide structured activities and groups focused on:

  • Improving self-esteem

  • Improving socialization skills

  • Developing coping and problem solving skills

  • Improving study habits and organizational skills

  • Recreational activities

  • Transportation is provided

After School & Summer Skill-Development Groups

After School & Summer Skill-Development Groups promote individual success along with team cooperation. Therapeutic groups target specific needs of a group of children or adolescents. Groups encourage emotional, developmental and physical growth through structured activity.

Group topics include:

  • Anger Management

  • Assertiveness

  • Training

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Effective Communication

  • Problem Solving

  • Social Skills


  • Individuals must have Medical Assistance.

  • Individuals must meet specific diagnostic criteria set by the State of Maryland.

  • Referrals must be made by the treating behavioral health professional.

For further information, please contact the Youth Services Coordinator at (410) 758-3050

Referral Criteria

Referrals must be made by the treating mental health professional.

All referrals should be sent to the Program Director at the Administrative Office in Queen Anne’s County.

Referral forms can be accessed here.


Services are provided in the following counties: Queen Anne's, Kent, Talbot, Caroline & Dorchester.

The Youth Services Program conducts activities at all three Crossroads locations as well as in home and community settings.

Administrative Offices & Queen Anne’s County Program Services

120 Banjo Lane Centreville, MD 21617

Phone: (410) 758-3050 Fax: (410) 758-1223

Kent County Services

937 Gateway Dr. Chestertown, MD 21620

Phone: (410) 778-9200

Dorchester County Services

404 LeCompte Street Cambridge, MD 21613

Phone: (410) 221-7540

Our Impact This Fiscal Year (July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018)

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