You’ve probably been told by your counselor, treatment care coordinator, or parents that you need to continue focusing on your recovery for a little while longer…that a 30, 60 or 90 day drug rehab program isn’t enough.  Maybe you’re not sure that you need to go to sober living. You wonder why you just can’t go home – you’ll go to meetings, you won’t hang out with your old friends, you’ll see a therapist.  We understand. Many of us didn’t want to go to sober living either.

Within the framework of a structured, yet supportive community, you are given the time, tools and support to continue healing while learning to live a new way of life. Within a short period of time, you’ll be working a 12–Step program with a sponsor, finding employment and exploring educational opportunities, and returning home to re–integrate with your family and loved ones.


You’ll also discover that sobriety can be fun. Whether it’s fishing on the Guadalupe River, a camping trip in the Texas Hill Country you’ll build on the gains you made in treatment and put into practice the skills you’ve been taught. Before you know it, you’ll have developed a healthy balanced lifestyle and mastered the skills needed for good decision making and self-sufficiency.

Crossroads is Kerrville's premier sober living in the Texas Hill Country.  Our homes are for men who have completed primary treatment for alcohol or drug dependency.   Set in a comfortable, home–like environment,  our sober home program is designed to support men through the challenges of early sobriety and assist them in developing skills that will prepare them for independent living. Abstinence from alcohol and drugs is required.  We have curfews and required meeting attendance, house meeting with a guest speaker, and house chores to be done twice weekly.  We have our weekly house meeting and accountability meeting on Sundays.



why us?





Beginning the recovery process can be emotional and overwhelming. The most difficult part is taking the first step and deciding to make a positive change. Whether you are seeking treatment for yourself or a loved one, here are few centers we work closely with to provide the very best treatment in Texas.




  • When you’re on the rates page it doesn’t matter which house you pay under. It all goes to the same place. You’ll see a dropdown button near the “pay now” option.  If you click the arrow it will open a drop down menu where you can select from different payment options.


  • We will need to know the name on the card you’ll be paying with so we can confirm its your payment when we see it come through.


  • Rent covers all utilities and bills.


  • Rent is paid on the day that the resident moved in each month. NOT ON THE 1st. (Ex: if you move in on the 12th, then every month after that you will pay on the 12th)


  • If a bed is reserved but the resident doesn’t show up ONLY the rent with be refunded.  The $250 Admin fee will be  kept.


  • Once a resident has completed their intake process no refunds will be given for early move out.


  • All clients are responsible for their own food. (If money is tight residents can get $280 in emergency food stamps by going to the Kerr County food stamp office and telling them that they’re in sober living.)


  • Mail for residents should be sent to the house that they are living in. (Addresses in Contact Section)


  • If you would like to send mail for a resident before they have arrived please make sure Crossroads Staff has been notified.


Please fill out the form  and we will contact you within 2 hours of your online submission. If you are submitting this form between the hours of 9 pm and 8 am, we will contact you by 10 am the following morning.


To speak with someone immediately about admission into our  sober living community, please call us at (210) 954-4537


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