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Ashnola at The Crossing

Ashnola at The Crossing is a program to support youth and young adults who need residential programming for substance use concerns. 
Ashnola at The Crossing is a Provincial Tier 4 program that supports youth and young adults ages 17-24, all genders, who are in need of residential programming for substance use concerns. The program is delivered by the Pacific Community Resources Society in partnership with BCMHSUS.  It is located in Keremeos at The Crossing, a facility provided rent-free by the Central City Foundation. The location is a healing environment for youth and young adults on their path to recovery. 

Ashnola at The Crossing is a client-centred program with an average length of stay from 3-6 months based on individualized client goals and treatment plans. The program is able to support youth and young adults with concurrent disorders.

Ashnola offers:

  • Assessment
  • Stabilization
  • Treatment
  • Education
  • Family programs
  • Indigenous programming support
  • Alternative Therapies, including land-based therapies

  • Team
    The Ashnola program offers a full continuum of residential treatment including educational supports. 

    The interdisciplinary team is comprised of physicians, psychiatrists, nurses, nurse practitioner, counsellors, social worker, recreation worker, Indigenous Elders, youth workers, teachers and family therapists.

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