Renee Seale    
Instructor
Thomas Carroll  Instructor

Renee Seale BA, AAS-Paralegal

Our leader and go to person is always ready to help. While working as a fraud investigator.  Renee began Crossroads because she wanted to give back. Renee personally understands the impact of abuse and dependency on individuals and families in her community. Renee has been educating the community on Drug and Alcohol abuse for 14 years and has a real passion for helping her students go on to live healthy alcohol and drug free lifestyles.

Renee: 

Having been involved in the legal field for 9 years and served as a Casa volunteer, I have personally witnessed the adverse social and personal impact that drug and alcohol abuse has had on our community, including the fragmented families and acts of violence which result from such. I firmly believe that education is one of the key elements in keeping our community productive and safe from those who have been adversely affected by drugs and alcohol. The staff at Crossroads are going to do their very best to provide all participants with the essential knowledge to make better choices in their futures.  


Thomas Carroll BBA, AAS-Paralegal, AAS-Counseling.

Thomas has over 13 years of DWI and Drug Education teaching experience and is one of our most motivated educators.

Thomas has  a long list of achievements. With 3 degrees and over 8-1/2 years of education, his dedication to educating his community is second to none.   

Thomas was the winner of the coveted Health Science Award in 2008 for academic excellence and professionalism. Thomas graduated in 2010 from Grayson County College with Honors in the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling program. 

Thomas truly lives by theses principles:

I believe that education is the number one weapon we have against the cycle of drug addiction and alcoholism in our community. If we are going to change the pattern of addictive behavior, we must come together as a community.The pattern of addiction and alcoholism is a very real threat; imprisoning, killing those we love and tearing our families apart. We must take a stand as a community to change this pattern of behavior. If we all do a small part, we can make a difference!    

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