At Crossroads Community, we believe people can recover from mental illness. Our goal is to offer hope, as staff partner with individuals receiving services to help them gain skills and confidence to perform everyday life activities and manage their illness if in fact they do not experience a cure.
We work with people where they are most comfortable. It may be that they choose to attend one of our day programs, often referred to as the Club or Recovery Center, where they find a network of peers and a selection of recovery-focused groups and classes to attend. They may prefer to meet with staff one-on-one in their home or at another location in their community. Others find they benefit from the more intensive support found in a group living situation, and choose to spend some time in our residential rehabilitation program.
In order to be eligible to receive services from Crossroads Community, individuals must meet medical necessity criteria as specified by Maryland's Mental Hygiene Administration. Referrals must be made by the individual's therapist or psychiatrist.