Crossroads e-Newsletter
  July 2013    

We have big news for you this month, as Crossroads will be welcoming a new executive director this fall. While there will be a shift in leadership over the next few months, we think you will agree this will be a seamless transition for the organization.


Save the Date for a Masquerade Ball! We are in the midst of planning our inaugural Masquerade Ball fundraising event in October. Keep an eye out for a special email on Friday inviting you to the event! The email will include a special code to receive a $5 off your ticket purchase!


Barbara Dacri, Shannon Trainor and Mary Anne Roy

Crossroads will welcome a new executive director on September 30th.  


Crossroads' clinical director, Shannon Trainor, LCSW, CCS, was unanimously chosen as Barbara Dacri's successor in a national search by the organization's board of directors.


Barbara Dacri made the decision to leave Crossroads to pursue other business endeavors.  


"After twelve years leading Crossroads, I decided it was time for new leadership and for me to start a new chapter," says Barbara. "I am proud of what I accomplished at Crossroads and am confident that the organization will continue to thrive and expand to serve those Maine women and men in need of treatment under Shannon's leadership."


Shannon was named Crossroads clinical director in 2009 and has overseen all aspects of the outpatient and residential programs and services since that time. Shannon's experience and leadership within the organization will ensure a smooth transition.


"I am honored to be a part of such a great organization with skilled staff that are dedicated to the Crossroads mission," says Shannon. "I am excited to have the opportunity to move Crossroads forward into the future, continuing to expand services and outreach to women, men and their families."


Mary Anne Roy, Psy.D. will take over the role as clinical director. Mary Anne is a licensed psychologist and has been a part of of the Crossroads clinical team since February of 2010 in the roles of counselor and assistant clinical director.


If you have any questions or concerns about this transition, or simply want to share your well wishes, feel free to contact Barbara, Shannon or Mary Anne at 207.773.9931.

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Jennifer Barbour, for Crossroads

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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