Crossroads Alumni Services

“Thank you Crossroads for helping me regain a life of sobriety.”

Leigh H., Crossroads Centre Antigua Alumni

Crossroads Alumni Services

As we continue to struggle with COVID-19 around the globe, it becomes even more essential to safeguard the recovery of our Alumni. The recommendation of social distancing while necessary, poses significant risk to recovery as substance disorder presents in itself a disorder of isolation, which for our Alumni could become a trigger for relapse. Please see details below for Crossroads Alumni Support Group. The group was initiated and run by Crossroads Alumni.

Sober Antigua Friends

Online Support Group

Date: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday

Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Email to receive meeting ID and password

You may either copy and paste the link into your web browser, or go to and enter the meeting ID and password. You do not have to sign up for a account. Simply enter, click on “Join a Meeting” in the upper right corner, and enter the meeting ID and password.

You will initially be muted, and your video will be turned off. Each individual will have the option to turn on their own video and audio at their own discretion.

If you have any questions, please contact Sandra McCoy at or call +1 (888) 452 0091 Ext: 5008

Hope you can make it!

Crossroads Aftercare and Support

Recovery from alcoholism and other addictions is an ongoing process.

We strive to ensure that our clients leave Crossroads Antigua with a recovery plan designed for their individual needs, and that, wherever possible, there is a support system in place once they return home.

“When you get home, please, go to meetings, get a good sponsor, and work this beautiful program.”
Robert, Crossroads Centre Antigua Alumni

Find an Alumni Chapter Near You

Crossroads Centre Antigua promotes Alumni Chapters for clients of our programs in several metropolitan areas. These Alumni Chapters offer local support for clients that includes recovery support, access to local recovery resources, monthly support newsletters and invitations to events, dinners and to the Alumni Renewal Retreats.


Date: Last Wednesday of each month, 5:00 pm

Location: Bevon House, Paynters Estate

Contact: For more information please contact Bernadette T., Chapter President (268) 726 2151, or Sandra McCoy, Alumni Coordinator, (268) 526 0035,


Date: Last Friday of every month

Location: Varies

Contact: For more information, please contact Amy Pell, (561) 523-5723,


Date: Last Wednesday of each month

Location: The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, Marylebone, London W1G 0EF

Contact: For more information please contact Brian Ballantyne, Chapter Relations,


Date: Second Tuesday of every month

Location: Baden Powellweg 263, 1069 LH Amsterdam

Contact: For more information, please contact Cees Weeda, Chapter President, 31-653-419-840,

New York

Date: Varies

Location: Freedom Institute, 515 Madison Ave., Between Madison & Park, New York, NY 10022.

Contact: For more information please contact Bob W., Chapter President, (908) 635 7599, Or Lisa Baruch, Clinical Outreach Representative, (917) 783 1081,


Date: Varies

Location: Varies

Contact: For more information, please contact Tania Lewis,

Southern California

Date: Varies

Location: Varies

Contact: For more information please contact Bob W., Chapter President, (623) 521 3458, Or Robbin Mooney, Clinical Outreach Representative, (912) 682 7700,

Renewal Retreats

Crossroads Antigua provides an opportunity to renew your commitment to sobriety by offering a 5-day retreat to take a break from your daily life and challenges and reconnect to yourself, to others and to your spirituality.

In the serene setting of Antigua you can join others who seek the same re-commitment. You will gain new insight into coping skills that will empower you to see obstacles in a new light. You will experience 12-Step groups, group discussions and participate seaside therapy sessions. To help attain optimum quality and balance in life, holistic therapies including yoga, meditation, acupuncture and therapeutic massage are also offered during the retreat.

This continuing care program is one of many ways we at Crossroads Antigua desire to help you stay focused on sobriety while acquiring ongoing skills to find optimum health, happiness and serenity.

Rokelle Lerner Workshops

Sponsored by Crossroads Centre Antigua

Rokelle Lerner Workshops

Those in recovery often need a boost while healing from trauma, relationship issues or other process addictions. The Rokelle Lerner Workshops, sponsored by Crossroads Centre Antigua, are intensive two-day seminars where individual attention is given to each participant. These workshops are not just a “rehashing” of issues. They offer a strong focus on resiliency and creating an action plan for the future that gives individuals a chance to move forward in their growth.

“I look in the mirror and see a reflection of the person who I have become, and I’m grateful to Crossroads because of who I am today.”
Akiva M., Crossroads Centre Antigua Alumni