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Crossroads’ residential treatment facility will now be known as the Boulton Center for Women and Children
WINDHAM, Maine (October 17, 2012) – Crossroads, a nonprofit agency offering Maine’s most comprehensive treatment for addiction and behavioral health with a gender-specific focus, recently dedicated its residential facility in Windham to Darcy Boulton. The facility will now be known as the Boulton Center for Women and Children.
Opened in 1974, Crossroads’ Windham location is where the substance abuse treatment facility first started. The facility houses a 28-day residential rehabilitation and Children And Mothers Program (CAMP). At the end of September, Darcy Boulton retired after more than 20 years at Crossroads. She first came to Crossroads as a client, and she left as the Director of Administrative Services. The agency celebrated with a farewell retirement party with colleagues, friends and family that included a dedication of the original Crossroads building to Darcy. You can view pictures of the event on the Crossroads Flickr page.
“Darcy has shaped Crossroads to what it is today,” says executive director Barbara Dacri. “She has worked tirelessly over the years to sustain and grow the agency in the toughest of times. The women who come through our doors will now be able to look at the wall and see a strong, successful woman who sat in the very same room as a client and left with her name on the wall.”
Crossroads provides gender-responsive addiction and behavioral health treatment services in a safe and respectful environment so individuals and families can lead healthy lives. For more information, call 207.773.9931 or visit www.crossroadsme.org