Crossroads loves Jesus’ heart for broken, hurting people. People struggling with addiction need to know that freedom is found in an intimate and growing relationship with Jesus Christ. That belief compelled us to establish Crossroads Recovery — a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that will serve as an umbrella organization for addiction recovery ministries.
Justin’s Place is the first local affiliate ministry for Crossroads Community Church under Crossroads Recovery. Justin’s Place has been serving men who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction since 2015 through a two-phase, Christ-centered residential recovery and transition program. Located at 35 West Main Street in downtown Westminster, Justin’s Place provides a small group of men with a two-phase process for recovery and healing:
Phase 1: This 6-8 month entry program provides men with committed staff who walk them through a loving, highly-structured process to begin their new Christ-centered, sober life. The holistic approach includes biblical training, spiritual encouragement, medical care, legal assistance, and vocational planning.
Phase 2: Graduates of Phase 1, and other Christ-centered recovery programs, will move into apartments on the same campus and be fully supported in their 12 month transition process. Under the loving encouragement of a team of mentors they will receive assistance in re-establishing healthy relationships with loved ones, gaining employment or vocational training, building healthy personal habits and life skills, and growing in their love for God, self and others.
Recovery INC (“In the Name of Christ“)
Every Tuesday | 7:00 – 8:15pm | Westminster Campus (895 Leidy Road)
Recovery INC is a bridge between 12-step recovery and church. Our meetings include a Bible teaching, recovery speaker and discussion. The meetings are for alcoholics and drug addicts only; we do not sign court slips or verification of attendance. We are not a replacement for 12-step meetings and strongly encourage participants to join and remain active in their respective 12-step groups. Coffee and child care provided.