Client Service Team
Crossroads is a leading addiction and mental health organization that integrates evidence based practice with pragmatic and creative treatment approaches, meeting clients where they are.
Our staff have extensive experience in dealing with addiction, mental health, life skills, family issues, and abuse issues (among other training). Our Clinical counselling team in our Residential Treatment programs hold Masters Degrees with some also being Registered Clinical Counsellors (RCC).
Our teams participate in ongoing educational training opportunities to keep current with the latest developments in the field of addiction and mental health treatment.
Along with professional training and education, the staff at The Crossing Point are real, down-to-earth people who want to help you or your loved one. The Crossing Point prides itself on a highly skilled and compassionate staff that works hard for clients. Our staff also understands addiction and knows when to draw boundaries, challenge clients, and encourage clients to see things differently. We value balancing support and guidance with honesty and responsibility. Our staff want to empower clients, but also want to be honest with them when they are using old behaviors that no longer work for them. Lastly, The Crossing Point’ staff always works as a team and it is this team oriented focus that helps to deliver such a top-notch program.
The Leadership Team
Cheif Executive Officer
Royce and LeeAnn together form a strong team, having owned and operated their own businesses for the past thirteen years. They have taken on many challenges in life, and overcome them with confidence and faith. Royce and LeeAnn oversee all the daily aspects of Valiant recovery.
Royce and LeeAnn have a zeal to help others. Their ambition in life was to become successful, for the ultimate purpose of turning around and helping others. When the opportunity arose to become CEOs of Valiant Recovery, they were already looking for ways to help those affected by the trap of addictions. Seeing the devastation that addiction has brought to so many individuals and their families, gave them a passion to see others not merely helped, but truly set free. Valiant Recovery was a perfect fit into Royce and LeeAnn’s vision to help others. Now they bring that passion with them to Valiant Recovery, keeping that vision alive and growing stronger every day with the entire team.
In their spare time Royce and LeeAnn take joy in volunteering. LeeAnn has led different areas and events with Children’s ministries in their local church, and is part of prayer and prophetic ministries. Recently she began a ministry to local women caught in addictions. Royce donates his spare time helping out in the audio department at their local church, and other churches abroad.
God created everyone with a purpose. Our desire is that you would fulfill your God given purpose in life, living your life to its fullest. Life is not just about you, but also about what you can do for others!!!
Chief Operating Officer
The Clinical Service & Support Team
Jenny coordinates and oversees the client programs and general operation of the facilities here at Valiant Recovery, She is a certified Relapse prevention Specialist with the Genesis Process, a relapse prevention program.
Jenny Facilitates a variety of courses at Valiant Recovery related to addiction. Jenny loves teaching courses like boundaries, leading others to become stronger individuals, guarding their life and emotions. It is her desire that everyone is able to be free from the problems that grip them and to experience a new freedom in life.
In Previous years she has worked with many individuals coming out of their addictions as she helped at the House of Sharon, a women’s home in our city.
Jenny, also plays a role in our kitchen, after working years on the food industry, she enjoys preparing delicious healthy meals.
Curtis comes to us with a strong background of life experience and education in addiction as well as multiple years of personal recovery. When Curtis is not at work you can find him volunteering at various homeless shelters in the community and working with "At Risk Youth".
After years of working with a variety of individuals of through a local church ministry, Mel decided it was time for a career change.