the Crossroads Center offers two Residential Treatment Programs
Chaney Allen Program
The Crossroads Center's Chaney Allen Women’s Continuum of Care Program is a safe haven for women living with substance abuse, providing services in a 24 Hour residential setting structured to provide a continuum of care and includes change court.
Adult Residential Care (ARC)
The Adult Residential Care (ARC) Program is a co-ed residential program providing a wide continuum of services and support of the recovery process including Mental Health Court, Short term rehabilitation and Intensive Outpatient therapy.
Chaney Allen Program
The Crossroads Center's Chaney Allen Women's Continuum of Care program is designed to provide a continuum of health care services to women, especially those with dependent children and women of childbearing age. Services are provided in a 24 hour, structured residential setting, We also have an intensive outpatient program (IOP). The length of stay is generally sixty-five days, but is individualized for each client.
The program is structured to provide a continuum of care, beginning with focused community outreach and education; followed by a centralized assessment with screening to the appropriate level of care: outpatient or non-medical residential. Services provided may include individual and group therapy, case management services and psychiatric treatment.
The program is designed to provide services and activities that impact several co-occurring problems such as child abuse/neglect, trauma issues, gambling addiction, chronic health issues, dual disorders, employment and self-sufficiency and home management deficiencies. The program has collaborative relationships with the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services , Hamilton County Justice Center, Probation and Parole Departments, University of Cincinnati Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) and other social service agencies.
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Case Management
- Drug Screening
- Medical/Somatic Services
- Crisis Intervention
- Prevention & Education
Mental Health Court
Courts have teamed up with mental health providers in an effort to provide treatment for those with chronic mental illness (in lieu of incarceration) from re-offending repeatedly. The goal of the Mental Health Court is to break that cycle, based on the concept that recovery is important and obtainable. The goal is to get this targeted population - mostly sufferers of bi-polar disorder and schizophrenia - psychiatrically stable, compliant with their own treatment goals, and then to obtain stable housing or supportive living arrangements to facilitate remediation of the psychiatric symptoms and reduce recidivism.
The client must be charged with a misdemeanor or felony, and cannot have a history of violent offenses.
The client must be referred by the Mental Health Court.
Mental health criteria:
Person must have schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder that is recurrent.
Defendants must be:
Competent to stand trial, have the ability to understand and participate in treatment programs, and be willing to plead guilty to the charge.
Varies with individual client. Charges will be erased from defendant's record after they graduate.