ABOUT CROSSROADS’ TURNING POINTS, INC. – PUEBLO
Serving southeast Colorado, Crossroads’ Turning Points (CTP) offers a full continuum of services for substance abuse and. In operation for more than 30 years, the organization’s locations in Pueblo provide residential and outpatient treatment, DUI programming, and detoxification services for women, including those who are pregnant or postnatal, and adolescents between ages 12 and 21.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
There are several programs at CTP for women struggling with substance use. The Baltimore Avenue location offers a five- to nine- month residential program called STAR-TC, which is a peer run program for woman of any background, including age, race, and sexual orientation. This same location also offers STIRRT, which is an intensive, 14-day residential program for women struggling with recovery and probation rules. Case management and nine months of outpatientare required after the residential period.
The Baltimore Avenue location in Pueblo also offers a 30-day women’s residential program for those unable to recover on their own. Clients develop coping and life skills while building relationships as well as general health. Following residential, clients may step down to an intensive outpatient (IOP) program that requires nine or more hours of counseling each week, or to more generalized outpatient counseling that consists of just one session per week.
An additional location in Pueblo, on Bonforte Boulevard, provides special corrections services to pregnant women who are at risk of relapsing. The program aims to promote healthy lifestyles and keep families together.
This same location is also where adolescent treatment takes place. The IOP for youth consists of nine to 16 hours of counseling over four to six weeks while the general program only requires up to three hours each week for 12 weeks. Specific tracks focus on anger management, dual-diagnosis, relapse prevention, and, a recovery model that helps children deal with triggers and navigate relationships.
Other services available at Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. include DUI programs, remediation treatment for individuals on parole or probation, and methadone maintenance treatment.
There is currently no information provided on the facility’s website or otherwise regarding its treatment staff.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
There is currently no information provided on the facility’s website regarding its living arrangements and related offerings, but four reviewers’ ratings on Best-rehabs.com to date averaged 3.8 out of five stars for accommodations and amenities as well as 3.3 out of five stars for meals and nutrition.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. was highly recommended by four alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com to date. Ratings for treatment effectiveness averaged 4.8 out of five stars.
Although an anonymous alum cited a lack of yoga classes, they offered encouraging words for prospective clients: “You have to want it. The progarm worked for me. I thought the people were great.” Another anonymous alum enjoyed learning about “different ways of viewing and coping with life.”
Alum Andrew, who was sent to CTP from court, called treatment “very effective.” He reported 20 group sessions per week and told Best-rehabs.com that the program “provides a person with a vast number of skills and tools.”
WHAT STAFF SAY
Though Best-rehabs.com has yet to receive feedback from staff members, elsewhere online at the time of this writing, ratings from employees are mixed. Five ratings on Glassdoor averaged 2.5 out of five stars where most reviewers noted “poor management.” One staffer awarded four stars but wrote: “It is hard to find help for all clients.” Others listed poor communication, low pay, and staff turnover as weaknesses.
There were also 15 ratings on Indeed to date from staffers across the network whose ratings averaged 3.3 out of five stars. Twelve of these ratings were from individuals who worked in Peublo and averaged 3.5 stars. In a comment that represented what many others said on this secondary review site, an anonymous staffer wrote: “Co-workers were very helpful and fun to work with. Loved working with clients. Management could have been more available.” Additional reoccurring commentary included many saying the position helped advance their careers.
While details about payment options are limited to date, at the time of this writing on, it is noted that state insurance, military insurance, and Access to Recovery vouchers are accepted.