Question: How many women can Crawford House accommodate?
Answer: Crawford House can accommodate 22 women, 18-years old and older, free of substance abuse for at least 14 days, free of communicable disease, and employable.
Question: What are the fees charged to attend the program?
Answer: Crawford House does not charge any fees- it is free to residents upon admission. Women are accepted that are unemployed, uninsured, homeless or indigent. After the 30-day orientation period, residents obtain a part-time job in the local community. They contribute a portion of their pay to help cover their room, board, and treatment costs.
Question: Where are you? What is the setting like?
Answer: Crawford House is located in Skillman, NJ, just north of Princeton. It is a rural setting, across from a horse farm with a new residence, constructed in 2005, which meets all ADA and life safety requirements.
Question: How do I get there?
Answer: All visitors should sign in with the office, located in the 1800's farmhouse that was the residence for 26 years, before proceeding to the residence.
From the north - Take Route 206 South through Hillsborough and Belle Mead. Sunset Road is a right turn off of Route 206. Crawford House is 2 miles from this intersection on the right. The number (362) is on the mailbox.
From the South - Take Route 206 North through Princeton and pass the Montgomery Shopping Center (Route 518). Make a left onto Sunset Road and follow directions above.
From Route 31 - Take Route 518 East through Hopewell. Stay on Rt. 518 until intersection with Rt. 601. Make a left onto Rt. 601 North. Shortly after the Skillman Post Office, Sunset Road will be a right turn. Crawford House will be on the left. The number (362) is on the mailbox.
Question: What do I need to bring with me?
Answer: Residents are provided all items required for daily living including housing, food, and transportation.
Question: How long will I need to stay?
Answer: Crawford House offers an intensive, comprehensive and highly individualized six-month treatment program. Residents may stay longer if their treatment plan so dictates.
Question: What other issues might be addressed while I attend Crawford House?
Answer: Because addiction affects so many facets of a woman's life, Crawford House looks at the multiple case management needs of each woman that enters the program. In addition to substance dependency, many residents have medical, psychological, social, vocational, and legal problems.