ABOUT TAMPA CROSSROADS
Located in Tampa, Fla., Tampa Crossroads is a non-profit organization established in 1977, which assists adult men and women struggling with trauma and abuse, chemical dependency, homelessness, and disabilities. It offers a range of programs including inpatient treatment, outpatient services, and affordable housing.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
All programs are family-centered and use evidence-based treatment methods. The inpatient treatment center at Tampa Crossroads, available to adult women only, is called Rose Manor. Treatment consists of multiple phases and lasts as long as the client needs.
Outpatient programs address alcoholism and substance abuse, as well as mental health disorders including post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and anger management. Treatment includes cognitive behavior therapy, motivational interviewing and Seeking Safety. Drug testing is available on a walk-in basis.
A vocational rehabilitation program is available to adults with disabilities. Clients must be referred by the Florida State Department of Education, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation to participate. Clients meet with employment specialists to create a plan for achieving career-related goals, which includes vocational training, coaching, and life skills education.
For veterans, Tampa Crossroads offers a transitional housing program and an assistance center. It also is a Supportive Services for Veterans Families (SSVF) program provider for the state of Florida. This program provides housing assistance, employment services, transportation, child care, legal assistance, income support services, financial education, and other services on a limited time basis.
Additionally, Tampa Crossroads has an affordable housing program called Eco Oaks. Built in 2011, this environmentally-certified facility contains 18 housing units for female veterans and their families. (
Tampa Crossroads is CARF-accredited and a preferred provider for many services for Florida. The treatment team consists of veteran outreach coordinators, mental health counselors, case managers, employment specialists, and intervention specialists.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Tampa Crossroads operates different buildings as part of its programs. Rose Manor, built in 1903, houses the women’s inpatient treatment program. Residents live in shared bedrooms and enjoy communal areas and meals from recipes created by a licensed dietitian. Residents pitch in to do chores.
Eco Oaks for female veterans offers apartments in a multi-family complex with environmentally “green” features, such as rain reservoirs. Each family has access to its own kitchen and living area, as well as private bedrooms.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
At the time of this writing, Best-rehabs.com has not received any alumni feedback. On Facebook, which the organization can manage, Tampa Crossroads averaged 4.3 out of five stars from 13 reviews (a mix of alumni and others), only two of which were negative. Several alumni commended the caring staff, such as Jennifer, who commented: “Changed my life i will never forget what these amazing people gave me back… myself my family my life.” Alumni Laura wrote: “Amazing, outstanding organization. The people who work there are so kind and dedicated.”
On Google, Tampa Crossroads earned an average of four out of five stars from five reviews to date. Donnell commented favorably about a staff member in his five-star review: “He really helped me and my family when we had nothing. I would totally recommend Tampa Crossroads.” Another five-star reviewer praised one staff member as “very sweet and patient with me” in her overall comment about “great staff.”
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
To date, a sole loved one has submitted feedback about Tampa Crossroads to Best-rehabs.com in a mostly positive review. While the loved one awarded the top five stars for the facility’s cleanliness, this reviewer gave three stars for connectivity and staff experience and only two stars for affordability.
WHAT STAFF SAY
The one staff member polled by Best-rehabs.com to date provided stellar feedback. This reviewer awarded perfect five stars in most categories, including connectivity, family participation, staff experience, cleanliness, and counseling options, as well as four stars for exercise, holistic offerings, and affordability.
There currently is no information about the cost of services on the organization’s website.