Renaissance Crossroads


Renaissance Crossroads is an inpatient drug and alcohol treatment program, which works in conjunction with several local agencies for those within the criminal justice system to receive Drug and Alcohol treatment in place of incarceration. Renaissance crossroads is a 3C level of care, designed to allow individuals to receive intensive treatment prior to returning to the community. Evidence-based treatment methodologies are utilized to treat substance use disorders in individual, group, and family therapy within a therapeutic community setting. Family education classes are encouraged, as well as a family support group to the loved ones who participate in this program. A majority of referrals for this program come from Lebanon County Probation, Lebanon County Correctional Facility, or the District Attorney’s office.


Renaissance Crossroads operates two different tracks under the same roof


Short-term Track – The short-term track is 90-120 days, based upon need of the individual. The short-term track is funded entirely by medical assistance. Upon completion of the short-term inpatient program, clients are discharged to an outpatient program, at which point they return to the community and participate in outpatient group and individual treatment.

Download the Short-Term Brochure


Long-term Track – This program is designed as a diversion program from state incarceration. Individuals who participate in this track must qualify for an intermediate punishment sentence, meet criteria for a level 3 or 4 offender, and must be approved by both probation and the district attorney for participation prior to involvement in the program. It is 34 months in length. The first 12-22 months are intensive inpatient treatment. Clients typically obtain part-time employment after approximately 6-9 months of involvement in the program. After 3 months of part-time employment, individuals will then seek full-time employment and work full time for 3 months. Upon successful completion of the inpatient treatment, clients will return to the community to participate in community-based outpatient treatment. This includes house arrest under the supervision of Lebanon County Adult Probation, intensive outpatient treatment and individual sessions. This program operates in conjunction with Lebanon County Probation and Parole and the District Attorney’s office. This program is funded through grant funding and medical assistance.

Download the Long-Term Brochure


Renaissance Crossroads

Mailing Address: 618 Cumberland Street

Lebanon, PA 17042

Phone: 717-274-8301

Fax: 717-274-8304