"Promoting Healthy Choices”
CTP, Inc. believes that primary prevention of social and behavioral problems is accomplished through the development and implementation of activities that aim at reducing the probability of disability or dysfunction through ongoing processes that provide opportunities for individuals, families, communities, and organizations to increase:
- Knowledge or awareness of high risk behaviors and consequences,
- Skills necessary to change those high risk behaviors, and
- Accessibility of resources which assist people to effectively cope with typical life problems.
Intervention is critical in the treatment of individuals suffering from chemical dependency problems. If not identified and treated early, substance use disorder frequently results in serious family/relationship problems, health issues, unemployment, financial stress, and expensive interaction with the legal system. Early intervention is a valuable key in the recovery process and it brings hope to individuals and families in crisis.
Therapeutic Community (Offenders)
STAR_TC (Sisterhood Teaching Alternatives for Recovery - Therapeutic Community)
STAR-TC is a 5-9 month addiction residential treatment program for women who choose to improve their lifestyle and overall health.
We welcome women from all walks of life, regardless of cultural and ethnic backgrounds, age, sexual preference, education and vocational skills.
The STAR-TC Experience: The program is a challenging treatment model with progressive phases to produce effective results.
STAR-TC Admission Application: Click Here (PDF)
Outpatient Treatment - Intensive Outpatient Treatment - Adolescent Outpatient - Methadone
Family Center and Women's Residential Treatment IRT & TRT
Men's Residential Treatment IRT & TRT
Offender Treatment Services:
SCC (Strategies for Self-improvement and Change)
STIRT (Strategic Individualized Remediation Treatment)
T4C (Thinking 4 Change)
MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy)
CTP utilizes a multi-therapeutic environment within each of our clinical programs depending on individual needs. Each individual enrolled in treatment receives an intensive case management assessment followed by case management planning.
(Male & Female) STIRT Application for Admission: Click Here (PDF)
(Male & Female) IRT/TRT Referral Form: Click Here (PDF)
STIRT Admission Items: Click Here (PDF)
STIRT Allowable Items List: Click Here (PDF)
Integrated Services for Co-Occurring Disorders
Crossroads Turing Points Inc. provides integrated services for those clients who have co-occurring substance use disorder and mental health issues.
On-site assessment and evaluations by Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, and Certified Addictions Counselors.
On-site medication evaluations by a Psychiatrist.
Services are provided on client's level of need (Social detoxification, outpatient/intensive outpatient programs; short term, intensive and transitional residential programs)
Integrated Treatment Planning
Specialized Co-Occurring Groups
Provides services that are appropriate and cost efficient
The Circle Program is an OBH licensed, 16- bed, 90-day residential treatment program for adults with co-occurring disorders (mental illness, chemical dependence and personality disorders), who, despite numerous treatment programs, find themselves needing this level of treatment to be successful with their recovery. We take a holistic approach to recovery and address all drugs of addiction at the same time. Because there is evidence that long-term tobacco use is the number one cause of preventable morbidity and mortality, and that continued tobacco use may contribute to relapse to the drug of choice after treatment, the Circle Program is entirely tobacco free. Clients will not be allowed to use tobacco products at any time during their treatment stay and will be encouraged to maintain abstinence after discharge.
For more information and entrance qualifications, see below for links: (PDF format)