Substance Abuse Services
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Community ADOLESCENT SERVICES
Adolescent Brief Intervention Group -
Designed as an early intervention program for adolescents who have never
had prior treatment and who have had few consequences related to
Adolescent SA Therapy Program –
Designed for adolescents with a substance abuse or dependence problem
who have had little/no previous treatment and some consequences related
to substance use. Parental involvement is an integral part of the
Crossroads provides referral to 12-step programs, inpatient medical
detoxification, residential, and half-way programs. With the exception
of medical detoxification, most clients will need to attempt outpatient
services before being offered inpatient services.
Substance Abuse Evaluations – This is a formal written evaluation
designed to provide a professional determination of the presence or
absence of a substance abuse problem and treatment recommendations.
Substance Abuse Therapy Group – Designed for persons with a substance
abuse or dependence problem who have had little/no previous treatment
and some consequences related to substance use.
RAP Program – Designed for persons who have had previous treatment and
now have consequences of continued use. Further they have difficulty
maintaining abstinence even for short periods of time or they were
unable to maintain abstinence at a lower level of treatment. Phase I of
this program meets twice per week for approximately three months and
then once per week for approximately three months. Located in Farmville
Recovery Group – Phase II is designed for persons who have had previous
treatment and are in need of relapse prevention skills.
Seeking Safety – This is a women’s only group that addresses substance
abuse and trauma. It meets once a week.
CODI – People with severe mental illness and abuse substances can be
offered integrated therapy to address substance abuse, mental health and
mental retardation issues. This group meets twice a week.
Substance Abuse (SA)
SA Case Management – Women who are pregnant, have children, or seeking
custody and are abusing substances can be offered a case manager to
assist with linking to community resources and assisting with linking
children to community resources. Men and women who are abusing substance
may be offered case management if intensive services to assist the
person is determined.
Individual therapy, Family Therapy, Psychiatric Services and Case
Management – are always available to Crossroads clients who need these
services. Further, most substance abuse treatment is provided in evening
(or after school) groups, so as to assist clients who work to maintain
employment and school functioning while they are in services.
Access and Referral to
People can call the intake number at 1-866-307-0370. Preliminary
information will be obtained and an evaluation appointment will be made.
Pregnant women, people who abuse intravenous drugs, women with children
or are seeking custody are a priority.
Persons needing immediate crisis intervention should call 1-800-548-1688
and ask to speak with Emergency Services staff.
Fees and Costs of Services
Substance abuse services usually include a combination of individual and
group therapy. Individual appointments are billed on a sliding scale fee
or are covered by health insurance. There is a flat fee for groups,
unless there are extenuating circumstances and an alternative fee
agreement is reached.
Providing services for Planning District 14 since 1973: Amelia,
Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Lunenburg, Nottoway and Prince Edward