Crossroads

Crossroads is a New Jersey Licensed Facility that provides alcohol and drug abuse services to all Middletown residents.

Services Offered
  • Assessment
  • Consultation
  • Education
  • Referral assistance for anyone seeking help in their own or a loved one's struggle with addictive substances
  • Treatment
Counseling Hours
Counselors are available for scheduled appointments Monday through Friday from Noon until 5 p.m.. Saturday hours appointments are available. Scheduled appointments are preferred. Call Counseling Services to schedule a substance abuse evaluation.

Counseling Services
Crossroads provides short-term outpatient treatment. Scheduling an appointment will guarantee time specific to your needs. These services are available free of charge, with flexible offices hours, and complete confidentiality. Please note, Middletown Township receives 2 Grants to facilitate these programs.
  • Family Counseling is focused on helping family members and friends take specific actions to intervene in alcohol abuse, to prevent continued addictive lifestyles and to build health and supportive relationships.
  • Group Counseling will be made available for people learning how to live a drug and alcohol free lifestyle, and for those who have or continue to experience the negative impacts of a loved one's addiction.
  • Individual Adolescent and Adult Counseling is focused on clarifying issues, deciding the appropriate approach in dealing with alcohol or drug use and providing support for friends or family members of an addicted person.
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