Southeastern Carolina Crossroads
Southeastern Carolina Crossroads Inc. falls under a Group Care Facility. The definition is as follows:
"A facility operated by a non-profit, profit or church related organization, with the support and supervisory personnel that provide room and board, or rehabilitation services in a group environment. This definition includes halfway homes, homeless shelters, and substance abuse programs which are developed to provide services which meet the specific needs of each group. This definition does not include individuals who are current users of illegal controlled substances, persons convicted for illegal manufacture or distribution of a controlled substance, sex offenders, and juvenile offenders. All of which are not considered disabled under the Fair Housing Act."
A 60-day residential program designed solely for men caught in the bondage of substance and/or alcohol abuse. We teach drug awareness, prevention and total abstinence through Jesus Christ and the truths of the Bible.
This is for those who have completed the program in the past. This program is to help those who may have lost sight of Biblical teachings due to whatever circumstances have occurred in their lives. We encourage those who may have temporarily lost their way that Christ is always ever-loving and forgiving.
We have designed an aftercare program for continued growth for those men who have successfully completed "The Crossroads" Program. This is designed for those desiring more spiritual growth. This will also help those who have transitioned to continue being a part of a structured accountability process.
Carolina Crossroads offers two basic ways to apply. You may, at any time, call us at (910) 549-8487 or you may apply online. The official application is provided in the link below.
Eligibility for admission is open to anyone voluntarily seeking assistance for active addiction. A personal interview is required and you may be placed on a waiting list pending admission. Carolina Crossroads is not a medical detoxification facility and prospective residents may be asked to submit to a breath and urine analysis upon arrival. This is for your safety and the safety of others. Random drug screening will be used to maintain this environment. Applicants are asked to commit to a 60 day program of action including biblical study, classroom teaching, personal soul care and work projects in the community. We provide staff, guidelines and a daily schedule to assist you. Use of mood or mind altering chemicals, prescribed or otherwise, is strictly prohibited during your stay. Cellular phones and/or electronic devices are similarly prohibited.
Note: A valid state-issued I.D. must be presented upon arrival and all personal business should be resolved in advance. Residents will not be permitted to leave for personal errands following admission. The entry fee of $500.00 (non-refundable) is required at the date of service.
• Composition books
• Towels and washcloth
• Work and dress clothes
• Alarm Clock (Optional with no radio)
• Spending money for cigarettes, sodas, etc.
• Walkman, Ipod, radio, or personal music
• Cell phones or computers
• Outside non-religious magazines or books
Our daily schedules and work activities are vital to this program as in any successful lifestyle. It promotes each person in the program to obtain discipline, accountability and responsibilility. The current schedules are as follows:
7:55 DEVOTIONAL TIME
8:30 MORNING BIBLE TEACHING
• Television and DVD availability
• Off-site ministry trips
• Leisure-style board games
• Outdoor volleyball
• Recreation Room (pool table, ping pong table, etc.)
• Corn hole
• Full court basketball
• Exercise equipment (weight bench, free weights, treadmill, etc.)
• Fresh water fishing accessibility