Tuesday, April 13th, 2021

Crossroad Counseling holds ribbon cutting

Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Crossroad Child & Family Services, a treatment center serving troubled children and their families, held their ribbon cutting ceremony at their location at 818 W. Park Drive, Suite A, on Tuesday, April 9. Crossroad Counseling will provide behavioral health services for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.

“Crossroad is pleased to expand counseling services to the Huntington area,” said Randall J. Rider, chief executive officer for the agency. “Crossroad’s solution-focused therapists provide therapy for people struggling with the confusing emotional issues of life. Often these issues impact work, school, family, or relationships. Our office will be a convenient option for local families.”

All services are provided by experienced professionals in a safe environment where confidentiality is assured and each person’s dignity is respected. Varied and convenient hours are offered to accommodate family schedules. Many insurance plans, including Medicaid, may be used for therapy services.

Crossroad Child & Family Services, founded in Fort Wayne in 1883, is a not-for-profit behavioral health treatment center providing therapy, education, and family support services for children and adults. For more information about Crossroad services or to schedule an appointment for services in Huntington, please contact the Crossroad intake office at (800) 976-2306, ext. 2060.

Shown in the photo above from left are Mike Stone, of the Crossroad Child & Family Services Board of Directors; Kathy Fruchey, also of the board; Randy Rider, CEO, Crossroad Child & Family Services; Steve Kimmel, executive director, Huntington County Chamber of Commerce; Steve Hollingsworth, of the Crossroad board; and Rev. Larry Holderbaum of New Hope Church in Bippus.