Crossroads Youth Program

Crossroads Youth Program provides free, short-term counseling to youth in crisis and their families who are at risk of running away. This can mean many things, including mental health challenges, family conflicts, social challenges, etc. and youth are not required to have a history of runaway behavior to qualify for services. Additional services offered through this program include: emergency, short-term host home shelter, education, and referral. LGBTQ+ Support services are also offered. See LGBTQ+ Programs tab for more details.

County Served: Washington
Population Served: Youth, ages 17 and under, and their families
Program Availability: Flexible. Call for more information or to make an appointment.
Referral Requirements: Self or professional referral
Fee: None

Funding is provided through United Way of Washington County: Health Pillar, Froedtert West Bend Hospital Healthy Community Fund, State of Wisconsin, and other valued donors and foundations.

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