September 2014
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This month we are excited to announce a new IOP for women starting up in Biddeford in partnership with the CPPC. Crossroads was a sponsor of the recent Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders and part of the first annual Rally 4 Recovery. We are also thankful for recent support from the University of New England College of Pharmacy.

Have you purchased your tickets to the Crossroads Gala yet? Visit the event website for details on the evening, including silent auction items, and to purchase tickets. They are going fast!

Finally, did you know that Crossroads has a YouTube channel? We invite you to subscribe so you won't miss any of our video blogs on addiction, mental health and gender-responsive treatment.

ArticleOneNew Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in Biddeford
Beginning on October 27th, Crossroads will be offering an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) out of the Community Partnerships for the Protection of Children (CPPC) office in Biddeford. IOP sessions for women will run Monday - Friday 9:00am - 12:00pm. 

Gender-specific treatment issues will be explored in this women-only IOP with an emphasis on addiction education, co-occurring mental health issues, coping skills, relapse prevention and the necessary tools for recovery.

Those interested in this IOP can schedule an intake appointment through our office in Scarborough. For more information or to set up an intake, please call 207.773.9931
ArticleTwoCrossroads at the CCSAD

Crossroads recently attended the  Cape Cod Symposium on Addictive Disorders (CCSAD) as a sponsor. 


Crossroads executive director, Shannon Trainor, attended along with clinical director, Dr. Mary Anne Roy and community relations coordinator, Lisa Wishart. The team from Crossroads attended informative trainings and networked with agencies and practitioners from all over the country.

ArticleThree Rally 4 Recovery Success


Crossroads was proud to be a part of the first Rally 4 Recovery event co-hosted by the Portland Recovery Community Center and YPR (Young People in Recovery) held on Sunday, September 14th at Deering Oaks Park in Portland. The event was part of National Recovery Month, which celebrates those living healthy and rewarding lives in recovery during 

The turnout for the event was great and the Crossroads Alumni Association (CAA) did a wonderful job representing Crossroads and offered delicious home baked goods for sale. The CAA raises money for the Barbara L. Dacri Scholarship Fund in an effort to help more men and women access Crossroads' life saving treatment. 

articlefourThank you to LKS Volunteers!

We would like to send a special thanks out to the LKS volunteers from the University of New England College of Pharmacy who raised money for Crossroads at a recent volleyball tournament. Their generous donation will benefit the Barbara L. Dacri Scholarship Fund.

Thank you for your support!



Shannon Trainor
Crossroads Executive Director

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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