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Building healthy lives free from dependence on alcohol and other drugs, and promoting healthy families.

Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try!

We have a documented history of success and a genuine commitment to helping residents overcome obstacles on their road to recovery. Over 15 years ago, our location was intentionally selected. Clay Crossing is far away from chaos, yet close enough for family involvement. Spiritual growth is encouraged and the natural setting of our 400 acre ranch, provides residents with an opportunity to quietly reflect and develop a deeper sense of spirituality.


Our counselors work with each client to understand the importance of the following aspects:

  • Identification of spiritual, mental, emotional, social, and physical needs
  • Identification of motives for use, and when/why use became unmanageable
  • Development of management of emotions, and face life head on
  • Development of life skills, new hobbies, and ways to spend free time
  • Reconnection of the client and family
  • Rebuilding a deeper connection with God through Christian principles

Clay Crossing is a co-occurring (dual diagnosis) residential treatment facility. Co-occurring means there are underlying issues that accompany substance misuse disorders, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and family issues.


Each person who comes to Clay Crossing is unique, with specific issues to address. We seek to match each person with the counselor best suited for him and develop a treatment plan to best meet needs. We see redeemable qualities in those we serve and strive to help them regain their self-worth and self-image.


From the beginning, our staff is involved assisting clients and often their family, with a variety of matters such as:

  • Advocating with DHS or criminal courts
  • Addressing physical health issues
  • Preparing for a healthy transition by setting up aftercare

We make a long-term commitment to those who come to Clay Crossing.

Recovery is a journey, not a destination. If needed, our Alumni can return for a 30 day relapse prevention program without charge within the first year (Must have completed a 90 day program). We want our alumni to be successful and our counselors are dedicated to helping them and their families enjoy the life they deserve.


Residential treatment provides a multidisciplinary approach to addiction recovery for those who need a safe place/environment to address a variety of issues in their current setting. An environment such as the ranch, allows a person to step away from the environment that has too often kept them trapped in addictive behaviors and escalating family problems, vocational struggles, and legal issues. For us, safety means a sense of safety within, with others, and within a safe community.

Clay Crossing offers a structured treatment environment in which our residents experience the kind of change that is described as a “spiritual awakening”. As a faith-based facility we believe that spirituality is a key to successful recovery. Sanctuary is an appropriate word to describe Clay Crossing—a safe place where the divine and human elements are bound together, a place to experience healing and transformation.


Our structured schedule helps residents build a balanced day:

  • Daily breakfast
  • Medications
  • Reflection/meditation time
  • Classroom education
  • Individual counseling
  • Small process groups
  • Group meetings
  • Evening activities

Focused schedules provide important time for the men to:

  • Enjoy the ranch
  • Learn to enjoy themselves
  • Build healthy relationships
  • Learn to relax


Call us at 405-374-1225

Clay Crossing offers programs that are 45, 60, and 90 days or longer for males 18 and older.