Chaney Allen Admission Criteria
- Substance abuse or dependency not requiring detoxification
- Pregnant women are a priority for admission
- Aged 18 years or older
A Woman may not be admitted if
- She is suicidal
- She has medical needs that exceed the facility capabilities
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Case Management
- Drug Screening
- Medical/Somatic Services
- Crisis Intervention
- Prevention & Education
Chaney Allen Program
The Crossroads Center's Chaney Allen Women's Continuum of Care (CAWCC) program is designed to provide a continuum of health care services to women, especially those with dependent children and women of childbearing age. Services are provided in a 24 hour, structured residential setting, as well as an intensive outpatient component. The program is structured to provide a continuum of care, beginning with focused community outreach and education; followed by centralized assessment with screening to the appropriate level of care: outpatient, or non-medical residential. Services provided may include individual and group therapy, case management services, and psychiatric treatment. Additional wrap-around services include an on-site licensed child development center for children living in residence with their mothers in treatment or for women attending outpatient services.
Women participating in residential treatment may bring two children under the age of five to be co-located with her as she completes her non-medical community residential treatment. Child Care
Moreover, the program is designed to provide services and activities that impact several co-occurring problems such as child abuse/neglect, trauma issues, gambling addiction, chronic health issues, dual disorders, employment and self-sufficiency and home management deficiencies.
The program has collaborative relationships with the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services (JFS), Hamilton County Justice Center, Probation and Parole Departments, University of Cincinnati Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) and other social service agencies.
The Crossroads Center's Chaney Allen - Pregnant & Post-Natal Women's program (PPW) is designed to provide outpatient or residential treatment to substance-abusing women who are pregnant or have given birth, experienced a miscarriage or had an abortion within 12 months preceding admission. The program is culturally sensitive; integrating an African American worldview (i.e. faith and the importance of family) with science based treatment practices. In addition, the program is gender specific with a focus on physical and sexual abuse, parenting and relationships relevant to females.
The program is structured to provide a continuum of care including priority assessment, individual and group therapy, case management services structured day and evening childcare and medical somatics.
Moreover, the program is designed to provide services and activities that impact several co-occurring problems such as health problems, child abuse/neglect, social skills development, self-sufficiency and home management deficiencies.
The assessment process is expedited for pregnant clients. A structured referral process provides linkage with community physicians and health centers, court and criminal justice systems, the Department of Job and Family Services, community health centers, case management agencies and psychiatric emergency services.
Childcare is provided in the program's state licensed child development center. Two children, ages five and under, may enter treatment with their mother.
Organized therapeutic services providing outpatient care for women needing less than a 24-hour structured environment. These individuals can take advantage of either Intensive Outpatient or traditional Outpatient treatment.
The program is structured to provide a continuum of care including assessment, individual and group therapy, case management and medical somatic services.
Additional wrap-around services include child-care at our on-site licensed child development center while the mothers are in their outpatient counseling sessions/groups.