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The Crossroads Program
New Ways to Cope with Life Changes
There may come a time when individuals face problems specific to the aging process. These personal setbacks can oftentimes create roadblocks to living a full and satisfying life. For seniors experiencing these challenges, the CrossRoads program at Ochiltree General Hospital offers individual, family and group therapy and counseling services that provide opportunities to explore, address and find healthy ways to help seniors through the crossroads in their lives.
The trained and licensed mental health professionals at the CrossRoads Program work collectively with each patient to develop a specialized plan of care, that provides coordination with primary care and other health care professionals. We offer therapeutic psychoeducation sessions and counseling services to our patients on an individual, group or family basis. We provide nutritious snacks as well as delicious, diet appropriate lunches. Free transportation is also available for our patients within a 30-mile radius of Ochiltree General Hospital.
Who Will Benefit?
Senior adults who are 55 years or older who are able to commit to work towards achieving a better state of overall wellness will benefit from the services offered by the Crossroads Program at Ochiltree General Hospital. The ideal candidate for the Crossroads Program is willing to participate in and benefit from a therapeutic experience that includes education, cognitive stimulation, social interaction and opportunities to make changes in their attitude, mood and behavior and outlook.
Cost and Payment for Services
The CrossRoads Program at Ochiltree General Hospital is covered by Medicare and most supplemental insurances (i.e. Medicaid).
The CrossRoads Program at Ochiltree General Hospital accepts appointments from physicians, healthcare professionals, clergy, family members and friends. We also take self-referrals.
For More Information
If you or someone you know, 55 years or older, are having a difficult time coping with the problems specific to the aging process*, please contact program manager Candace Lizardo, LPC, at 806-648-7929 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Potential signs and symptoms may include: anger, confusion, isolation, and personality changes.
Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms - to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way.
-Viktor E. Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning
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