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Structured Recovery Houses

Crosswinds supports people from all walks of life access sustainable, long-term recovery. Our Structured Recovery Housing program provides residents an opportunity to stabilize in early recovery through a safe, sober and supportive environment. We work with our residents to access resources such as: employment, medical/mental healthcare, spiritual & recovery communities, education, permanent housing and more. 


Crosswinds connects each of our recovery house residents with professional outpatient treatment through our state-licensed Outpatient Chemical Dependency Program. Our licensed clinical staff use personalized treatment curriculums and multiple modalities of evidence-based therapy to help our clients achieve their individual recovery goals and increase their quality of life.

About Us

Located in Missoula Montana, Crosswinds Recovery is a non-profit organization that provides individuals with structured, supportive, recovery-based housing and outpatient addiction therapy. Our team of professionals supports members of the community returning from addiction, incarceration and inpatient treatment to achieve stability in their journey towards long term recovery. Crosswinds currently operates multiple structured recovery houses with a total capacity to serve twenty-nine individuals.

Notice To Patients:

This practice serves all patients, regardless of ability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. For more information, please call or visit our location.

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There are so many great ways to support the work we do. Our community of donors and volunteers strengthen our program by offering their time, compassion and resources.

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We Do Recover

Stephen Ferguson LCSW, LAC
Executive Director

My own road to this moment includes fifteen years of addiction, incarceration, and mental health struggles. Now, more than five years in recovery, I walk with others through their own journey of healing, recovery and self-discovery. I started Crosswinds in January of 2019 with the intention of improving access to recovery services for people who have experienced incarceration and addiction and I feel both humbled and blessed to be able to provide this service for our community.

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