Crossroads Adds Two New Leaders to the Organization
Crossroads is pleased to welcome Samantha Casey and Chloe Brzycki to its leadership team.
Sam Casey has held leadership positions in the behavioral health field for over 12 years – most recently serving as a Program Director for a treatment organization with multiple residential treatment programs in Maine. A dedicated compassionate professional who develops strong and productive staff teams, Sam leads a multi-disciplinary team of clinicians, nursing staff and client care associates at the Back Cove Women’s Residential Program in Portland, ME that serves women in treatment for co-occurring eating disorders and addiction. Sam holds a degree in forensic psychology and is an accomplished photographer and artist.
Chloe Brzycki joins the Crossroads leadership team as the Director of Admissions. Since 2015, Chloe has led clinical operations for outpatient treatment centers and residential programs throughout the state of Maine for clients with traumatic brain injuries. Chloe has built and managed referral relationships with medical and behavioral health providers throughout New England and is responsible for overseeing all admissions to Crossroads to ensure clients, families and stakeholders are informed and communicated with in a timely manner. Chloe earned her Bachelor of Science from Ferrum College in Virginia and moved to Maine with her family in 2015.
About Crossroads, located in Maine
Crossroads, a nonprofit in Maine, is a fully accredited addiction and behavioral health treatment center located in Scarborough, Maine. It is a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) since 2016. Clients engage in evidence-based, gender-responsive treatment to build the skills and strategies necessary to support long-term recovery. In addition to treating co-occurring substance use disorders, the facility also addresses mental health and eating disorders for more comprehensive and individualized care. Specialized programs are available for pregnant women and new mothers, as well as family and friends. Crossroads supports clients in remembering who they wanted to be and getting a fresh start through a substance-free lifestyle.