Our Services

Crossroads Court Services specializes in court ordered supervision, GPS monitoring, drug and alcohol screening and behavior modification. Our services include private probation and monitoring of probationers through face-to-face monthly contact. They also include urinalysis testing, GPS monitoring, tracking of community service hours, financial management, anger management and coordination with courts and treatment providers. Our services do not require individuals to have a land line telephone.

  • Probation Supervision Service
  • Drug Testing (Instant Read)
  • GPS Monitoring – Real Time
  • Financial Management Classes
  • Anger Management Classes
  • MRT Classes
  • Security Services
  • Portable Breathanalyzer
  • 24 Hour On Call Service
  • Facilitation of In Patient Service
  • Process Service
  • Notary Service
  • Bail Bonds

MRT Classes

MRT-Moral Reconation Therapy® is the premiere cognitive-behavioral program for substance abuse treatment and for criminal justice offenders. Developed in 1985 by Gregory Little, Ed.D., and Kenneth Robinson, Ed.D., more than 120 published reports have documented that MRT-treated offenders show significantly lower recidivism for periods as long as 20 years after treatment. Studies show MRT-treated offenders have rearrest and reincarcertion rates 25% to 75% lower than expected.

MRT programs are used in 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and 7 countries. A 1999 report by the Washington State Institute for Public Policy estimated that the combined cost benefit to taxpayers and crime victims for the MRT program results in an $11.48 cost benefit for every dollar spent. 

Correctional Counseling, Inc., has developed MRT-based programming for individuals with chronic substance abuse problems, anger management and domestic violence issues, and much more. 

A Proven Concept

MRT is a cognitive-behavioral counseling program that combines education, group and individual counseling, and structured exercises designed to foster moral development in treatment-resistant clients. As long as clients’ judgments about right and wrong are made from low levels of moral reasoning, counseling them, training them in job skills, and even punishing them will have little long-lasting impact on their behavior. They must be confronted with the consequences of their behavior and the effect that it has had on their family, friends and community. Poor moral reasoning is common within at-risk populations.

Crossroads offers effective precision monitoring solutions to courts and offenders during all phases of litigation including pre-trial release, while offenders are on bond, during house arrest, curfew conditions and domestic violence. Further, Crossroads court services offers on going counseling and classes to help individuals achieve and maintain a better quality of life and a method of making better life choices.

Tax payers, the local court system and the community benefit from our services as alternative monitoring reduces the high cost of incarceration and does not impose additional hardships on the families of the offenders.