ABOUT CROSSROADS WEST FOR MEN IN PHOENIX, AZ
Crossroads West for Men, located in Phoenix, Ariz., offers residential and outpatient treatment to men struggling with substance abuse. The facility is one of five operated by The Crossroads, Inc., which has both men and women’s programs throughout the state of Arizona. The Crossroads, Inc. was established in 1958 with the goal of providing men and women with a second chance at life, regardless of their ability to pay.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
To be admitted, clients may call or email the facility to inquire about various treatment options and locations. Crossroads West for Men’s residential treatment program begins with a highly structured 30-day program referred to as Right Track Phase 1, and continues with a less intensive 90-day program called Right Track Phase 2. The outpatient program at Crossroads lasts for an average of eight weeks.
The Crossroads treatment program is focused on evidence-based practices, and incorporates the 12-step method and the. Throughout treatment, clients receive individual and group counseling, relapse prevention education, life skills training, employment services, financial education, physical health assessments, drug testing, transportation assistance, and individualized discharge planning.
Families of Crossroads clients are encouraged to be involved in their loved one’s treatment. Crossroads hosts over 100 specialized groups each week across its campuses to help clients with a variety of issues, including, anger and stress management, life transitions, and relationships.
There is currently no information provided by Crossroads West for Men regarding the credentials of its treatment staff. However, one alum surveyed by Best-rehabs.com gave the facility five out of five stars for staff support.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The Crossroads West for Men facility was opened in 2002 and offers 56 beds for male clients on a three-building campus. The residential building is made up of fully-furnished two and three-bedroom units. Photos on the facility website show shared bedrooms, some with bunk beds.
The Crossroads campus is equipped with a client lounge, laundry facilities, secure storage, a commercial kitchen and dining room, and a spacious meeting hall. There are also additional amenities for clients to enjoy including a courtyard for communal gathering and an extra large grass field for football, volleyball, croquet, and horseshoes.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
At the time of this writing there has been one alum polled by Best-rehabs.com. Alum A.B. said that they would recommend Crossroads to a friend or family member seeking treatment. The alum gave the facility five stars for cleanliness, five stars for exercise options, and said he believed treatment at Crossroads was worth the cost.
A.B. reported that he entered rehab for substance abuse and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder based on a recommendation from the Veteran’s Administration. A.B. stayed for more than 90 days, completed treatment successfully, and did not enter a sober living home after leaving the facility. A.B. wrote that they have been out of the facility and sober for almost five years. The alum added additional commentary saying, “All veterans should seek help through a local facility and ask for the long stay 6-9 months plus out-patient aftercare.”
On the facility’s Google page, there is an overall rating of 4.5 out of five stars based on 17 total reviews. The reviews are overwhelmingly positive, with many reviewers saying that Crossroads West for Men saved their lives. Alum R.G., who gave five stars, praised many aspects of the treatment at Crossroads. They wrote, “Best program, tasty food, helpful staff, informative classes, and they’ve helped me change my life around.” F.T., another alum, agreed with that viewpoint. They gave five stars and wrote, “One of the Valley’s best run recovery facilities. Great meetings.”
The cost of the first phase of treatment at Crossroads, which lasts 30 days, is $2,370, or $79 per day. Treatment costs $40 per day for the second phase, which lasts 90 days. Program costs include all treatment services and three professionally-prepared meals each day.
The facility accepts insurance including Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). The facility also offers scholarships to individuals who are in need of financial assistance.