“Crossroads” offers intensive behavioral health treatment to school-age (ages 5-18) youth that have psychiatric and substance use difficulties that require more intensive treatment than weekly therapy or intensive outpatient. For those youth that do not require inpatient treatment, it serves as a step-down program to provide a smoother transition back into the community. Our team of professionals includes Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Licensed Therapists and Registered Nurses. Family participation is strongly recommended.

All Paths Include:

  • A personalized treatment plan designed by a multidisciplinary team of experts including nursing and child/adolescent psychiatrists
  • Individual sessions with licensed therapists
  • Mandated family therapy sessions
  • Group therapy sessions including art, activity and music
  • School-based academic services through Jefferson County Public Schools (Peace Academy)
  • Point-Based Behavioral Incentive System

Three Different Paths

Crossroads Elementary

  • Kindergarten through Fifth Grade
  • Evidence-based treatment model
  • Monday - Friday | 7 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.

Crossroads South

  • Middle and High School Students
  • Primary psychiatric disorder diagnosis
  • Evidence-based treatment model
  • Random drug screens as needed
  • Monday - Friday | 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

Crossroads North

  • Middle and High School Students
  • Primary substance use disorder and co-occuring disorders
  • Evidence-based curriculum, The Seven Challenges
  • Weekly random drug screens
  • Monday - Friday | 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

We accept most forms of insurance including commercial and Medicaid MCOs. Financial assistance can be requested but is not guaranteed. For more information, please contact Amory Haley at Amory.Haley@UofLHealth.org.

2020 Newburg Road
Louisville, KY 40205

Assessment and Referral Center: 502-451-3333

Calendar icon that indicates scheduling an appointment
Schedule an