Veterans Program


Seeking Safety is the gold standard for treating Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD), Substance Use Disorders, and Mental Health Disorders. CrossRoads of Southern Nevada adopts this treatment model, aligning with the fidelity of the Seeking Safety program. Within the Seeking Safety Model, the facilitator utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). The program is purposefully made flexible so that our honored veterans can enter at any time within the level of care and experience all modules.


Veterans eligible for community care (CCN & TriWest) generally have the option of choosing to receive care from a VA medical facility or community care provider like CrossRoads. For Veterans who choose to receive VA community care from CrossRoads, a VA staff member will discuss with them their preferences for getting care from a community provider, but the Veteran must have a Mental Health assessment consult at their local VA first. Before scheduling an appointment, it is important for the Veteran to confirm with a VA staff member that they are eligible and authorized for community care. Once
authorized to receive community care, they have several options for scheduling an appointment with a community provider like CrossRoads, depending on the type of care they need. After the Veteran has had the Mental Health assessment consult from the VA and has been approved by their local VA Health System a referral for service will be sent to the community care provider CrossRoads.
VA will send the Veteran and the selected community provider a referral. VA will also send the Veteran’s medical documentation to the community provider to ensure proper care coordination between their VA care team and the community provider (CrossRoads).

– VA health benefits hotline: 877-222-8387
– My HealtheVet help desk: 877-327-0022
– Online Local VA Facility link:

CrossRoads Veterans Program:

30 to 45 days of Residential (RTC) with 45 to 60 days Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Transitional housing for active clients involved in treatment such as:

  • RTC – Veterans Residential – Typically a 45 to 60 day level of care (dependent on individual progress and insurance)
  • IOP – Veterans Intensive Outpatient Program – Typically a 60 day to 6 month level of care (dependent individual progress and insurance)

What is Task Force RHINO?

Task Force RHINO
CrossRoads of Southern Nevada is committed to serving the community’s veterans and do so by offering long-term residential and outpatient care.



Some Activities CrossRoads Provides

  • Equine Therapy
  • Yoga
  • Boxing
  • Nature Trips
  • Workout Room
  • Raki
  • Aquatics

CrossRoads Wrap-Around Services

  • Extensive Case Management
  • Cafeteria with on-staff Nutritionist
  • Medical and 24/7 Nursing (RN) Care
  • Psychiatry and Mental Health Wellness
  • Crisis Management
  • Spiritual Support
  • Help with Personal ID: SSN, ID-DRV, Military
  • DD-214 and Birth Certificate
  • Instructional Guidance on VA Benefits
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)


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