February 2014    

Thank you to everyone who came to our Noche Mexicana fundraiser at Margaritas on February 12th. It was a successful evening full of fun, fellowship and awesome food! Several alumni, staff, board members and other supporters came out to raise money for the Barbara L Dacri Patient Scholarship Fund. 

This month, Shannon is taking you on a tour of the new Back Cove Residential Program. The program has received a lot of media buzz. We're sharing a few clips from the news coverage. Finally, the Crossroads Alumni Association (CAA) invites you to a Sober St. Patrick's Day Dance!


In February's vlog, Shannon takes us on a tour of the Back Cove Residential Program. Get a sneak peek of the inside of the recently renovated facility and find out more about programming.


Shannon's Cross Chat: A Tour of the New Back Cove Residential Program in Portland, Maine
Shannon's Cross Chat: A Tour of the New Back Cove Residential Program in Portland, Maine



Have a topic you'd like Shannon to cover in a future video? Email her with your ideas and questions!


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ArticleTwoCrossroads in the News

After announcing the new Back Cove Residential Program, Crossroads executive director Shannon Trainor was interviewed by several news outlets. Check out the recent media coverage about the program:

For more information on the Back Cove Residential Program, visit the Crossroads website or call 207.773.9931.


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ArticleThreeJoin the CAA for a Sober St. Patrick's Day Dance on Friday, March 14th!
The Crossroads Alumni Association (CAA) is hosting a Sober St. Patrick's Day Dance on Friday, March 14th from 7:00pm - 11:00pm at the American Legion in Westbrook. There will be a DJ and a 50/50 raffle.

Tickets cost only $5 to get in. A pasta dinner will be available for an additional $5. Please purchase tickets prior to the event by calling Crossroads at 207.773.9931.

This event is open to the public, so please invite your friends!

Jennifer Barbour, for Crossroads

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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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Shannon's February Cross Chat: Take a Tour of the New Back Cove Residential Program!

Crossroads in the News

Join the CAA for a Sober St. Patrick's Day Dance on Friday, March 14th!

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  Shannon's January Cross Chat Vlog: Resolutions and Rulemaking Around Your Drinking


We're excited to start a new vlog (video blog) series on the Crossroads Blog in 2014! Each month, Crossroads executive director, Shannon Trainor, will publish a short video on different topics relating to addiction, mental health and gender-responsive treatment.


In her first vlog for January 2014, Shannon talks about making resolutions and rules around drinking in the new year and whether or not that may be a sign to seek professional help...Read More


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