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Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Halfway Houses - Crossroads Center for Change

Crossroads Center for Change

Address

(Administrative Office)
244 W. 5th St.
Mansfield, OH 44903

Phone

(419) 525-1540

Fax

(419) 525-4187

Program/Contacts

Lynne Spencer - Intake and Executive Director

Admission/Rejection Criteria
Admissions

  • Adult male offender willing to participate in AOD treatment/education
  • Hard to place considered on case by case basis; only admit 25% from outside catchment area
    (catchment area: Ashland, Crawford, Huron, Knox, Lorain, Marion, Morrow, Richland, Seneca)

Rejections:

  • Considered to be a potential threat to staff, residents or the Community Residential Programs Arsonists; sex offenders; disabilities beyond the resources available by this agency
  • Severe retardation; acute psychosis

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Program Overview

  • Approximately a 6 month program
  • Criminal Thinking errors/Cognitive Restructuring therapy – five times weekly for a total of ten hours per week.
  • Relapse Prevention – twice weekly for a total of four hours.
  • Aftercare Group – twice weekly for a total of four hours.
  • Drug and Alcohol Education – three times per week for a total of six hours.
  • Mental Health Group – once weekly for two hours.
  • Loss/Bereavement Group – once weekly for two hours.
  • Domestic Violence/Men’s Work – once weekly for two hours.
  • Job Readiness – three times weekly until employment is secured.
  • Budget/Finance – Once weekly after employment and maintained until discharge.
  • Recreation – three times weekly for a total of six hours.
  • Community Service – offered at least three times a week, either at the Boy Scout Camp, Meals on Wheels, Litter and Recycling, Richland County Fairgrounds and various internal areas of work such as lawn care, and daily maintenance of the facility. Community Service runs from two to eight hours.
  • ODADAS certified.