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Admission Criteria

  • Adolescents 12 - 17 years old
  • Resident of Hamilton County, Ohio
  • Exhibit symptoms of alcohol and/or drug abuse or risk for substance abuse
  • Exhibit emotional and/or psychological problems in relation to a family member's chemical abuse
  • Experiencing school performance problems
  • Experiencing legal problems and aggressive behavior

Program Services

  • Assessment
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Case Management
  • Drug Screening
  • Medical Somatic Services
  • Crisis Intervention



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Adolescent Outpatient Program

The Crossroads Center Adolescent Outpatient Program is designed to provide treatment to youth and their families. The program may utilize a community based approach which provides treatment in the home, school or at the agency. Parental and family involvement is encouraged. The goal of this program is to decrease the active incidence of substance abuse while strengthening the family members functional and self-sufficient behavior.

Our program provides full treatment for individuals ages 12 - 17 who are suffering from alcohol and drug-related problem and other self-harming behaviors. The level of intensity and duration of treatment is designed to flow on a continuum based on specific patient characteristics.

Adolescent Mental Health Services

Adolescents whose behavioral problems and mental illnesses make it difficult for them to adjust to the structure and demands of traditional programs. Services include treatment focused on building family coping skills and identification of positive values that help the adolescent and their family cope with mental illness, anger and aggression.

Services Provided

    • Psychiatric Diagnostic Interview with Child Psychiatrist
    • Mental Health Assessment
    • Pharmacological Management
    • Individual and Group Behavioral Health Counseling and Therapy

Adolescent Alcohol and Drug Abuse / Dependence

This program is designed to provide community based treatment to youth and their families. This includes treatment in the home, school, or at the agency, which is less intrusive than an institutional approach, and more family centered. Parental and family involvement is encouraged under this model.

The goal of the family centered, community based alcohol and drug intervention and treatment program is to decrease the active incidence of substance abuse while strengthening the family members' functional and self-sufficient behavior.

Our Program provides full treatment for individuals age 12-17 who are suffering from alcohol and drug-related problems and mental health issues. The level of intensity and duration of treatment is designed to flow on a continuum based on individual client needs.

Services Include:

  • Assessment
  • Drug Screening
  • Medical/Somatic Services
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Prevention & Education

Prevention

The Adolescent Prevention program is based on the premise that early intervention may prevent more serious social adjustment problems. Our program aims to prevent substance abuse, substance related disorders, and other behavioral problems that place families and children at risk. The prevention setting is at community sites.

Prevention activities include:

  • Open ended prevention and education groups focusing on cognitive restructuring
  • Prevention/intervention services for juvenile offenders
  • Referral for additional services may occur