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Testimonials

The Crossing Point is a leading addiction and mental health organization that integrates evidence based practice with pragmatic and creative treatment approaches, meeting clients where they are.

Thank you so much for all that you did for my daughter.  The love and support that you shared with both of us, we are very grateful for. You went both above and beyond, Thankyou.  S.R Calgary

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I want to start off by telling you that I am sincerely impressed by the dedication and commitment you have towards your mission and that you, as well as everyone you help, are fortunate for your devotion.

I am trying my hardest to help my sister. Often I find myself losing confidence in my ability to make any change but every time I speak with you I feel a little more optimistic. I wanted to write this in hopes that you would be recognized for your perseverance and enthusiasm, and in hopes that your selflessness would be recognized and rewarded.  I am writing to you to thank you for not only talking me through a situation I know nothing about, but also for showing me that sometimes people are just intrinsically helpful, caring and genuine.          Sonia

My prayers were answered when I made the perfect choice for my recovery. I desperately needed to get better,  this is was not my first attempt this year.  I needed to get my life back together and find myself again.  I deserved to be happy and healthy, and I needed to for my kids, and loved ones.

I was provided with the proper tools and one on one personalized counseling.  More importantly if was given love, hope and the ability to realize there was light at the end of the tunnel.  I went feeling hopeless, empty, angry, guilty and was hurting deeply. Today I feel full of hope, love, and gratitude.  I finally feel free from resentments and guilt.

I want to say thank you too the entire staff for all that you have done for me.

 L.P. Ontario

” I got much more out of this Recovery Program than I thought I would. I learned how my addiction works, in ways I understand. I learned how important my childhood was in shaping my beliefs. Many of those beliefs had a major impact on my drugging and drinking.

I am leaving a more independent person. I have lost my urge to be dependent on others for anything; from happiness to finances. I have realized that others play a very important role in my life, in that they can add to an already happy and fulfilled life but they cannot be the source of that happiness.

I learned what fears I had, even ones I never knew I had. They were directing my choices, behavior, and attitudes.Now that I am no longer in bondage to these fears I feel Free.

I know that it was the perfect place for me at the perfect time, I am forever grateful. “ B.P- BC

” Treatment is one small part of life, where most who experience it will try to put it out of their thoughts and memories after it is complete. I on the other hand will never forget my time here for as long as I live. Most are ashamed of their time at centers for the treatment of drug and alcohol, and unfortunately, a lot of people relapse after the fact. Those people, however, lacked the basic fundamentals that seem to be scarce in many facilities but are essential to full recovery and a long and prosperous life. Those basics, above and beyond the actual standard program itself include; true care and compassion for clients, the feeling of flowing love 24 hours per day, targeting every single issue that may haunt you and doing so confidently and completely unashamed. Also present is one of the most essential aspects to recovery in my opinion- that being the ability to see your true life purpose as well as developing a greater vision for your future. Top all of that off with a thorough physical wellness program as well as activities to keep you entertained all day long and it’s an unbeatable combination. On a final note I think it is important that I add this…most people see recovery as a time to go get cleaned up, figure out what went wrong, get away from the stress for a while and go back into society. Here it is much more than that. You come in with a Bachelor Degree in self-sabotage and you leave with a Doctorate in personal recovery, patience, tolerance, wisdom, discernment, and the vision to spread all the newly discovered kindness in your heart as much as humanly possible. Thank you for everything, I’ll remember it always.” C.E. Alberta
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