October 2011    

Wow. What a month it's been for Crossroads! As a newsletter subscriber, you know we have been busy expanding to accommodate treating men in our outpatient counseling centers. We've also been preparing to move our Greater Portland Counseling Center office on Pearl Street in Portland to a new location in Scarborough. We have some more information to share on this move and are excited to reveal our new logo and mission.

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Crossroads for Women has been going through a lot of exciting changes, including the expansion of our outpatient programs to treat men at our counseling centers.

As a result, we have changed our name and our board of directors has approved a new logo and mission for the agency.


We will now simply be called Crossroads.


Our logo has been updated with the new name using the same recognizable color and path as before. 


With this change in name and services, we remain dedicated to our gender-focused treatment model, which is reflected in our new mission:


Crossroads provides gender-responsive addiction and behavioral health treatment services in a safe and respectful environment so individuals and families can lead healthy lives.


We will continue to offer gender-specific therapy groups. 


We hope you are as excited as we are with these changes, as they will give us the opportunity to help more families in Maine lead healthier lives. We ask for your patience as we make our move, update our materials and launch a new website in the next coming weeks.


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To accommodate the growth of its outpatient counseling centers, Crossroads has expanded its offices at Kennebunk Counseling Center.   


In addition, the Greater Portland Counseling Center will be moving from Pearl Street in Portland to Scarborough, in the same building as Coastal Women's Healthcare.   




This move will happen on November 11th. We will start seeing clients in the new office on Monday, November 14th.


The Crossroads Greater Portland Counseling Center's new address will be: 


71 US Route 1, Suite E
Scarborough, ME 04074


Our outpatient hours will remain the same, 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday, evenings by appointment.
Call 207.773.9931.


This new location in Scarborough has ample free, well-lit parking and is easily accessible by public transportation. To arrange transportation, please refer to the following:

In addition, all of our residential intakes will take place at our Windham location at 120 Main Street starting on Monday, October 31st. Call 207.894.5733.


Please feel free to contact Crossroads at 207.773.9931 with any questions or concerns about these changes. 


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Jennifer Barbour
Jennifer Barbour, for Crossroads for Women 
Crossroads for Women
Crossroads provides gender-responsive addiction and behavioral health treatment services in a safe and respectful environment so individuals and families can lead healthy lives. FMI, call 207.773.9931 or visit our website. 
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