Middletown Municipal Alliance for the Prevention of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse/Crossroads at Croydon Hall
The Crossroads drug and alcohol treatment facility and the Middletown Municipal Alliance for the Prevention of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse both operate out of offices located in the rear of Croydon Hall.
The Middletown Municipal Alliance for the Prevention of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse is an organization comprised of concerned citizens with a common goal of eliminating drug and alcohol abuse in the community. Created in 1990, in response to the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (GCADA), the Alliance established a network of community based resources to proactively help prevent and treat substance abuse. Since its inception, the Alliance has created various programs to achieve its goal, including preventative education programs, such as "K.I.D.S." (Kids Instructed on Dangerous Substances), "G.L.A.D." (Grown-ups Learning About Drugs) and "Project P.L.U.S." (Peer Leaders Understanding Students).
To help those afflicted with drug and alcohol addiction, Crossroads was opened in 1998. Crossroads is a short-term, outpatient treatment center which offers services at no charge to Middletown residents. It is a New Jersey State Licensed facility that provides education, consultation, assessment, treatment and referral assistance to all who need it. Several types of counseling services are offered and include Individual Adolescent and Adult Counseling, Family Counseling, and Group Counseling. Counselors are available for scheduled appointments Monday through Friday from noon to 5:00pm, with some limited availability on Saturdays. All services are free and completely confidential.
- Fax: 732-291-4398
- Hours: Crossroads: Mon-Fri: 8am - 3pm; The third Sat of each month: 8am - 10am
- Founding Date: 1990
- Parking: Free lot
- Services: education, consultation, assessment, treatment, counseling and referral assistance for those affected by drug and alcohol addiction
- Scope: Local, Regional
- Type: Drug and alcohol abuse