Crossroads Recovery House is a faith-based, structured sober living program with a mission to provide a holistic approach to recovery, emphasizing physical, mental, financial, and
spiritual health. Our vision is for each of our residents to
transition back into society as productive citizens,
reconciled with their families and loved ones.
Crossroads Recovery House was founded in October 2017 and
our first sober living home for men opened in August 2018.
In the Spring of 2019, we opened our first women's home.
Our program is designed to bring freedom from addiction
to drugs and alcohol. In some sober living homes residents
are only required to pass a drug screen and pay rent.
However, we believe it is through a relationship with Jesus
Christ that one learns how to live a life of freedom,
not only from drugs and alcohol, but from any hurts,
habits, or hang-ups. We don't want sobriety to be the
main focus of one's life, but only a by-product of a person's
right relationship with God and service to others.
At Crossroads Recovery House, we require weekly church attendance, weekly attendance to Christian recovery groups,
and weekly house meetings where life application lessons
are taught, along with financial education, relapse
prevention, and one-on-one counseling.
David Laurie is our House Manager/Intake Coordinator. He oversees the day to day operations of our residences, conducts intake interviews, and provides support and guidance to our residents.
Laura is an RN and works as the Director of Quality and Operations at Baton Rouge Rehab Hospital. She is also a leader at Encounter Recovery. Her passion leadership skills and passion for people in recovery are a valuable asset to the Board.
Luke Thibodeaux is a Contracts & Agreements, Personal Injury, Defective and Dangerous Products, Litigation attorney who attended Southern University Law Center. This attorney practices out of Baton Rouge, LA and has been licensed for 12 years.