Crossroads for Women e-Newsletter

April 2010

This month, Crossroads for Women is celebrating its one year anniversary of serving women at its Kennebunk satellite outpatient office. And, as our online auction fundraiser heads to a close (only one week left to bid!), we're taking the time to thank all of our wonderful donors.

Speaking of the auction, it looks like the four course meal created and prepared by Chef Harding Lee Smith, the New England Patriots ticketsand the one week cottage rental at Chebeague Islandhave seen the most action so far. Have you seen all of the gorgeous jewelryand the spa and beauty serviceswe have on the auction site? We also have lots of gift certificates, artworkand many helpful services. Don't miss out on some great deals that will also go to a good cause! (And all items will be shipped in time for Mother's Day.)
Crossroads for Women's 1st Annual Online Auction Closes on April 28th 

Crossroads for Women Online Auction

There's still time to bid and get great stuff!

Crossroads for Women is currently auctioning off a number of fun and unique items to raise money in support of our work addressing substance abuse and mental health so that women and their families can lead healthy lives. But, the auction ends soon (next week!), so if you haven't checked it out, now is the time to do it!

We'd like to thank all of those that generously donated to the auction, especially our Top 10 Donors:

And to our Premier Donors:

Linda Spalding Ann Thaxter Packawhallop, LLC Alfred C. Frawley  Associated Skin Care DeBree Portraits Spinal Wellness Portland Joy Cutrone Complete Home Evaluation Services Kristy Greco Lindsay Hancock Mr. and Mrs. Fish Wanda Estes & Darcy Boulton Sue Sheriff Ameriprise Financial flyte new media Ruby Slippers Sue Kirchner Elizabeth Cradock New England WomenCenter Cote-Dow Tax Services, Inc. The Corner Room Visibility

We hope you will help us spread the word of the auction by forwarding this email or referring a friend. Thank you all for your support!

Kennebunk Counseling Center Celebrates its One Year Anniversary
Kennebunk Counseling CenterCrossroads for Women opened the doors to Kennebunk Counseling Center, an outpatient satellite office, in March of 2009.

While the first month of operation was dedicated mainly to setting up the office and making it a safe, comfortable environment for our clients, the office has seen continuous growth since seeing its first client in April of 2009. Kennebunk Counseling Center has seen over 100 clients in the past year. In fact, the four counselors now serve 50 - 60 clients every week!

In addition to one-on-one mental health and substance abuse counseling, the Kennebunk office now also offers an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) from 9:00am - 12:00pm Monday - Friday, as well as a Living with Depression and Anxiety therapy group that meets Tuesday evenings from 5:30pm - 7:00pm. Medication management is also offered through our psychiatrist.

Crossroads for Women has been welcomed with open arms into the Kennebunk (and York County) community and is thankful for the support it has received throughout the year. We're looking forward to another great year!

To contact Kennebunk Counseling Center, call 207.467.3369.

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Jennifer Barbour
Jennifer Barbour, communications specialist
Crossroads for Women
Crossroads for Women
Crossroads for Women addresses substance abuse and mental health so that women and their families can live healthy lives. FMI, call 207.773.9931 or visit our website.
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Crossroads for Women's 1st Annual Online Auction Closes on April 28th

Kennebunk Counseling Center Celebrates its One Year Anniversary

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Alcohol Awareness Month: Women & Alcohol (week 2)

Educate a woman in your life by sharing some of these statistics and have a conversation about alcohol. Alcohol is associated more closely with crimes of sexual violence than any other drug; it is implicated in as many as 73% of all rapes and 70% of all incidents of domestic violence. It is linked to more incidences of violence than illicit drugs, including cocaine, heroin, and PCP. Read More

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Outpatient Therapy Groups

The Aftercare Group (TAG)
Thursdays, 6pm - 7:30pm
Professional Women's Recovery Group
Wed, 5:30pm - 7pm

Friends and Family Group
Mondays, 5:pm - 6:30pm

Living with Depression and Anxiety
Tuesdays, 5:30pm - 7pm

Portland & Kennebunk
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Mon - Fri, 9am - 12pm
Portland, 207.773.9931
Kennebunk, 207.467.3369

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