Mandan News

Crossroads Counseling business open

Crossroads Counseling business opened its doors in Mandan on Sept. 17, at 104 Third Ave. N.W.

Crossroads Counseling is offering addiction evaluations, counseling and prime for life 16-hour DUI-drug prevention education seminars to individuals and schools or businesses.

Crossroads Counseling is owned by Julie Creed, a licensed addiction counselor. Creed received her degree in addiction counseling through the University of Mary, and has worked in corrections, faith-based and educational systems as well as out-patient and residential agencies.

“As our community is changing, and the drugs abused are changing, one thing remains the same – the destructive effect of substance abuse. I am excited to start offering my services in the Mandan community,” Creed says.

For more information, call 333-8122.