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The Crossing Point

The Crossing Point
30 to 90 Day, Private, Residential Recovery Programs. Intensive Inventory, Goal Oriented,Affective Relationship Awareness, and Life Planning. Alcoholism and Drug addiction are devastating diseases involving an individual's mind, body, and spirit. The Crossing Point's (TCP) Recovery Program is firmly rooted in 12 Step principles and other abstinence based, spiritual guides. If and when appropriate, our affiliated physicians and psychiatrists make full use of the latest advances in Buprenorphine (Suboxone/Subutex) based Addiction Medicine. TCP staff with our affiliated professionals address each client's spiritual, emotional, and physical well being. We place emphasis on dealing with past life events and dysfunctional behaviors which are obstacles to leading a more fulfilling life free from addictive substances. The Crossing Point offers a complete compendium of services including Interventions, Medical Detoxification (both acute inpatient and outpatient based), Court Liaison Services and specific recovery tracks for Executives, Chemical Dependency Couselors, and GBLT.
We Offer
  • Residential Services
  • Outpatient Services
  • Extended Care
  • Detox
Number of Beds
Number of Admits
110Per Year
Avg Length of Stay
60 Days
2971 Valley Ave., Winchester, Virginia, USA, 22601
Admissions Phone
CEO of Facility
Charles E. Whyard, II
Clinical Director
Gary Boland
Medical Director
Dr. Joseph P. Gurrala
We Treat
  • Men
  • Women
  • GBLT
  • 12-Step
  • Meditation
Forms of Payment
  • Self Pay
Payor Mix
Self Pay90%
Payor Mix
30-Day Self Cost
Insurance Policy
Must self pay on admission and we will help collect from Insurer.
Public Centers
Not Applicable
Sliding Scale
We do not have a sliding scale fee structure.
We are not licensed.

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