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Printable Cross Roads brochure

Printable CrossRoads Brochure

Counseling and other mental health services are available through The ROAD and CrossRoads program.

Jefferson Center for Mental Health’s CrossRoad’s program is an exciting opportunity to provide mental health and substance abuse programming to underserved at-risk youth.  The program serves youth ages 10-18 who live in Jefferson, Gilpin or Clear Creek County.

CrossRoads is designed for youth with mental health needs, who may also have an accompanying substance abuse issue.  It provides youth and their families with professional support and structure in a safe and welcoming setting with easy access to services.


  • Individual, group and family therapy (including home visits)
  • Substance abuse counseling
  • Case management
  • Groups: Substance Abuse, Aggression Replacement Training, Anger Management, Process Groups and Gender Specific Groups
  • Medications evaluations available

CrossRoads services are designed to address mental health and substance abuse issues and to help youth:

  • Establish healthy relationships with peers and family
  • Build positive social interaction and goal-setting,
  • Equip them with the life skills they need to transition into adulthood

The program runs Monday through Friday during the after school hours.  Located at The ROAD youth drop-in center, youth also have access to a variety of ROAD services such as living skills, resume writing, job search resources and GED tutoring. Special programming for these youth includes individual and group therapy, Family therapy is offered at a time and place convenient for the family. (home-based if necessary).

We serve youth who are:

  • at risk of out-of-home placement
  • at risk, including youth with truancy problems, substance abuse problems and/or who have a mental illness
  • on Probation or Diversion
  • involved in municipal courts
  • referred from Jefferson County Juvenile Assessment Center (JCJAC)

Contact Kate at  303-982-6755