Our 2018 in Review
03September

Our 2018 in ReviewOur 2018 in ReviewOur 2018 in Review

By Eric Yunker

At The Crossroads 2018 Year in Review Highlights JCAHO Accreditation This May, after two years of getting paperwork and processes in order, and undergoing a rigorous three-day on-site survey, we were able to receive our...

At The Crossroads 2018 Year in Review Highlights JCAHO Accreditation This May, after two years of getting paperwork and processes in order, and undergoing a rigorous three-day on-site survey, we were able to receive our JCAHO accreditation. We are honored to be...

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Mental Illness: It is More Common Than You Think
30August

Mental Illness: It is More Common Than You ThinkMental Illness: It is More Common Than You ThinkMental Illness: It is More Common Than You Think

By At The Crossroads

350,000,000 - The number of people worldwide who are affected by Depression. This single stat is just one of many that show how prevalent mental illness is both in the United States and around the world.

350,000,000 - The number of people worldwide who are affected by Depression. This single stat is just one of many that show how prevalent mental illness is both in the United States and around the world.

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7 Facts About Mental Health in Utah
30August

7 Facts About Mental Health in Utah7 Facts About Mental Health in Utah7 Facts About Mental Health in Utah

By At The Crossroads

Utah has a depression rate of 4% higher (21.5%) than the US average (17.3%). In 2017, suicide was the leading cause of death for Utah residents age 10 to 24. 58.6% of adolescents with depression do not receive treatment. Utah women are...

Utah has a depression rate of 4% higher (21.5%) than the US average (17.3%). In 2017, suicide was the leading cause of death for Utah residents age 10 to 24. 58.6% of adolescents with depression do not receive treatment. Utah women are twice as likely to be diagnosed with...

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Be The Change Committee Making a Difference Through Giving Back
29August

Be The Change Committee Making a Difference Through...Be The Change Committee Making a Difference...Be The Change Committee Making a Difference Through...

By Misti Mecham

#BeTheChange Committee Making a Difference Through Giving Back When ATC staff and clients banded together to form our #BeTheChange committee in early 2017 the goal was to create a collaborative forum to share ideas and formulate plans surrounding...

#BeTheChange Committee Making a Difference Through Giving Back When ATC staff and clients banded together to form our #BeTheChange committee in early 2017 the goal was to create a collaborative forum to share ideas and formulate plans surrounding giving back to the community. And boy,...

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National Recovery Month: Celebrating All Types of Recovery
29August

National Recovery Month: Celebrating All Types of RecoveryNational Recovery Month: Celebrating All...National Recovery Month: Celebrating All Types of Recovery

By At The Crossroads

Prevention Works | Treatment is Effective | People Recover Every year in September SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) sponsors National Recovery Month in an effort to increase awareness and understanding of mental...

Prevention Works | Treatment is Effective | People Recover Every year in September SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) sponsors National Recovery Month in an effort to increase awareness and understanding of mental health and substance abuse issues. Each...

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A Real Issue: Identifying Mental Health Disorders in Young Adults
29August

A Real Issue: Identifying Mental Health Disorders in...A Real Issue: Identifying Mental Health...A Real Issue: Identifying Mental Health Disorders in...

By At The Crossroads

As the old saying goes, “be careful what you wish for.” Some young adults who are eager to leave the comfortable and safe confines of their parents’ homes may need to do so with caution. anaging this new level of independence...

As the old saying goes, “be careful what you wish for.” Some young adults who are eager to leave the comfortable and safe confines of their parents’ homes may need to do so with caution. anaging this new level of independence comes with unexpected challenges,...

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The Power of a Genuine Apology
29August

The Power of a Genuine ApologyThe Power of a Genuine ApologyThe Power of a Genuine Apology

By At The Crossroads

I talked to a woman who relayed this powerful experience and is worth sharing to help illustrate the power of a genuine apology: Her husband and her were going through a very difficult time. He had done things to seriously damage the relationship...

I talked to a woman who relayed this powerful experience and is worth sharing to help illustrate the power of a genuine apology: Her husband and her were going through a very difficult time. He had done things to seriously damage the relationship and she felt betrayed, unappreciated,...

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Autism Spectrum Disorders and the Backwards Bike
29August

Autism Spectrum Disorders and the Backwards BikeAutism Spectrum Disorders and the Backwards BikeAutism Spectrum Disorders and the Backwards Bike

By At The Crossroads

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is the fastest growing group of developmental disabilities. Given the growing prevalence of ASD, there is increasing focus, understandably, on the screening, diagnosis, and interventions for young children. However,...

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is the fastest growing group of developmental disabilities. Given the growing prevalence of ASD, there is increasing focus, understandably, on the screening, diagnosis, and interventions for young children. However, there is less attention placed on the...

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