Crossroads of Iowa
Recovery is a journey, not a destination.
Have questions or want to chat? 
(515) 633- 7968

Located at Friends House
4211 Grand Ave
Des Moines, IA 50312
Donations kindly accepted.

Welcome                                                     
As a not-for-profit organization, Crossroads of Iowa develops exceptional programs for women who have completed drug treatment programs, including those in jail or prison, with a focus on mental wellness using a holistic approach.   

Our services, classes, and seminars are currently available to all women.

We embrace the ancient tradition of Therapeutic Community for teaching, healing, and support. The Therapeutic Community found its way from Great Britain into the U.S. correctional institutions less than fifty years ago. Today, the Therapeutic Community is embraced in at least one institution  in every state.  

You’re always welcome here. Call us, we welcome you!


 Crossroads of Iowa GRIEF WORKSHOP by Kathleen Greenwoood begins inside the Polk County Jail January 2016.  This workshop will include a high level overview of the Five Stages of Grief, how they can apply to any loss, the transformative qualities of grieving and a message for closure.  

If a class is held in the community, attendance is limited to 12 or less. Cost is $20-Scholarships available. Please indicate interest by leaving a message on this site or by emailing ruth.crossroads@gmail.com 

SAVE THE DATE: Crossroads of Iowa Third Annual Transcending Trauma Seminar Friday, January, 29th, 8:00am at Grand View University, Student Center Conference Rooms, 2811 E 14th, Des Moines. Six CEU's available for social workers, family therapists and counselors.  Please see the attached flyer  and presenters information through the Trauma-Seminar tab (listed by "View Page") on this site. 

To Register: Online: www.crossroadsofiowa.org at the PayPal Donation Button on the web site. Or mail to Crossroads of Iowa, 4211 Grand Ave., Suite 4, Des Moines, IA 50312.  Include tuition of $85 a person, or $70 if postmarked on or before  January 22nd.  Phone 515-633-7968.