Crossroads Fitness Court Now Complete

February 3rd, 2014

Residents in our Crossroads Residential substance abuse treatment program recently received a new multipurpose fitness court through a Collier County Housing Human and Veteran Services HUD grant awarded by our County Commissioners. The grant funded the “Access 2 Wellness” project which was designed to increase access to intensive substance abuse treatment and improve overall health and wellness for high need, low-income adults with chemical dependency.

“Individuals with substance abuse and mental health disorders experience significant discrepancies in health and mortality factors and require apResidents in our Crossroads Residential substance abuse treatment program recently received a new multipurpose fitness court through a Collier County Housing Human and Veteran Services HUD grant awarded by our County Commissioners. The grant funded the “Access 2 Wellness” project which was designed to increase access to intensive substance abuse treatment and improve overall health and wellness for high need, low-income adults with chemical dependency.

“Individuals with substance abuse and mental health disorders experience significant discrepancies in health and mortality factors and require approaches that address the whole person both physically and psychologically.”

– Nancy Dauphinais, Crossroads Clinical Supervisor

The beautifully landscaped new fitness court and the wellness-based programming surrounding it helped integrate physical wellness into the program’s traditional substance abuse and mental health services with a holistic approach to recovery needs. New fitness equipment was also purchased to accommodate recreational and rehabilitative activities such as yoga, basketball, volleyball, aerobics and weightlifting.

Members of the Crossroads treatment team now provide individualized wellness assessments, goal-setting and ongoing support, regular health monitoring and facilitate wellness-oriented group sessions.proaches that address the whole person both physically and psychologically.”

– Nancy Dauphinais, Crossroads Clinical Supervisor

The beautifully landscaped new fitness court and the wellness-based programming surrounding it helped integrate physical wellness into the program’s traditional substance abuse and mental health services with a holistic approach to recovery needs. New fitness equipment was also purchased to accommodate recreational and rehabilitative activities such as yoga, basketball, volleyball, aerobics and weightlifting.

Members of the Crossroads treatment team now provide individualized wellness assessments, goal-setting and ongoing support, regular health monitoring and facilitate wellness-oriented group sessions.

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