Our full-service agency offers community-based, day-treatment, and residential programs.
All community students of Deer Trail Academy are encouraged to participate in the Breakfast Program, which is offered to all students. Please contact Susan Dittrich at 248-628-2561 xt. 299, or susan.dittrich@crossroadsforyouth for information about this program.
Our Oxford Learning Center and South Campus Learning Center serve boys and girls ages 11 to 17 who face challenges in the community, school, or home.
SUPERVISED INDEPENDENT LIVING
These are two separate homes for boys and girls ages 16 to 19 who would otherwise have no place to live. Program participants receive education, emotional support, mentoring and all the tools they need to be able to leave Crossroads for Youth and succeed on their own.
The Oakland County Re-Entry Program assists youth and their families with the transition period following residential or day-treatment. This program focuses on successfully reintegrating participants into their homes and communities.
BOYS & GIRLS CENTER
The therapeutic approach in these programs provides a home-like setting with a foundation of trauma-informed care for boys and girls ages 11 to 17.
This four-and-a-half month leading-edge, highly structured program helps young men ages 15 to 17 develop discipline and learn new ways to solve problems. As part of their therapy, the boys learn basic everyday skills with an emphasis on taking personal responsibility for their own choices.
LIFE PREPARATION CENTER
Males ages 14 to 17 participate in academics, daily living and job preparation skills, therapy, on and off-campus community service, and recreational activities.
To learn more about the Adventure Center, please visit the Adventure Center pages on our website.