CROSSROADS FOR YOUTH PROGRAMS
Crossroads for Youth is a private, nonprofit treatment agency that serves at-risk youth ages 11 - 17.
We utilize a proven therapeutic model combining Choice Theory and Collaborative Problem Solving techniques built on a foundation of Trauma-Informed Care. We empower youth so that they can learn how to evaluate their own behavior and actions in order to make thoughtful decisions in their lives, while also facilitating emotional and psychological healing.
Located on 320 acres in Oxford, MI, Crossroads for Youth provides non-secure residential and day treatment programs for at-risk youth. Our campus includes residential halls, a state-of-the-art school, private lake, and miles of wilderness to explore.
This leading-edge, highly structured program helps young men ages 13-17 develop inner discipline and learn new ways to solve problems. The youth learn to take personal responsibility for their own choices and behavior.
ACHIEVEMENT CENTER TREATMENT (ACT)
Substance Use Disorder Program
The Crossroads for Youth Achievement Center Treatment (ACT) program provides substance use disorder treatment services in an open, non-secure residential setting for teen boys, from ages 13 to 17 years. The program is located on a 320-acre wooded campus that offers an ideal environment for healing and helps to promote the recovery process. The goals of treatment include gaining the skills necessary to maintain sobrietyaws, engage in healthy relationships and make positive lifestyle changes.
GIRLS TREATMENT CENTER (GTC)
Girls Treatment Center Program
The Crossroads for Youth Girls Treatment Center (GTC) is a residential program designed to meet the needs of girls, from ages 11 to 17 years. Involved in the juvenile justice system. Program services are provided in an open, non-secure setting located on a 320-acre wooded campus that offers a safe and supportive environment to promote the healing process. The GTC program utilizes a Trauma-Informed Care approach as its foundation and provides gender-specific treatment interventions to help girls overcome challenges while developing skills for positive community living. Programming incorporates an understanding of female development while focusing on the factors that impact girls in our communities. If needed, the GTC program includes a specialized substance use disorder treatment component with an emphasis on learning to maintain sobriety, engaging in healthy relationships and making lifestyle changes to assist in the recovery process. Finally, the program addresses delinquency and mental health issues with the goal of building resiliency and preventing further at-risk or delinquent behavior.
Multiple ways residents can report
If a resident experiences or fears sexual abuse, sexual harassment, or retaliation, they can:
- Tell any staff member, contractor, or volunteer (including chaplains, teachers, medical, etc)
- Submit a grievance or medical slip
- Ask to speak to the PREA Compliance Manager
- Call/write the Children’s Protective Services: 855-444-3911
Youth can also ask someone else to help them, such as a family member, friend, attorney, probation officer, outside advocate, caseworker, foster family, or another resident.
Residents can contact CareHouse, Oakland to report sexual abuse or sexual harassment. CareHouse, Oakland is not part of the agency and has agreed to accept resident reports. When they receive a report, they will forward the report to the agency to initiate an investigation.