CrossRoads Recovery is a Narcotic Treatment Program and a provider of complete outpatient counseling, medication assistance, and case management services. They exist to help the members of their community who have become dependent on heroin, pain pills, and other opiates put an end to the cycle of addiction.
They provide a comfortable, caring, professional atmosphere and strive to provide the best care possible. You are valuable and your well-being is important to them. They believe that you will find Cross Roads invaluable in your recovery. As an authorized Narcotic Treatment Program, they offer professionally supervised Methadone Maintenance and Medically Supervised Withdrawal. They provide extensive rehabilitation services for persons who are dependent on pain pills, heroin, and other opiates. Their goal is total recovery. This process begins with excluding substance use and nothing is more effective than methadone at stopping removals and cravings
I truly enjoy my part with this company. Every person that has the courage to wa... Read MoreMarie
This place is awesome, and they truly do want to help you succeed!! I recommend ... Read MoreClayton Roque
The entire staff is amazing and just the sweetest and understanding. No judgment... Read MoreLauren Gage
This facility is amazing! My cousin was treated here and not only is the locatio... Read MoreE Roger
The folks at Crossroads went above and beyond when it came to me moving back to ... Read MoreJeremiah Patlan
I had the pleasure of touring this facility. amazing staff! Homie environment an... Read MoreStephanie King
They wholeheartedly and sincerely want to help anyone they can; their only conce... Read MoreKimberly DeLaPiedra
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Methadone is taken by people who are addicted to pain pills, heroin, or other opiates. Most have tried to stop using these drugs but have not been able to stay drug-free for the long term. The inability to stop using substances and remain drug-free is more pronounced in opioid use (more than any other substance) due to the opioid’s effect in the brain and on the central nervous system. Brain chemistry and function are often permanently altered after long periods of opiate use. Methadone maintenance grew out of a need to find a form of therapy that would prove effective for the unique needs of opiate addicts
Methadone is a medication used to ameliorate the symptoms of narcotic dependency and in some cases, it is used to control chronic pain. Methadone is a synthetic narcotic and mimics the action of opiates on opiate receptor sites in the brain. When used to treat opiate dependency, Methadone eliminates withdrawal symptoms and cravings.