Eric Clapton became a recoding legend with the Yardbirds and then Cream during the 1960s. He is the only three-time inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He was also seriously addicted to heroin and alcohol for two decades. In the mid-80s, his manager Roger Forrester convinced the musician to seek help at Hazelden in Minnesota. In appreciation for those who facilitated his recovery, Clapton founded the Crossroads Centre in Antigua in 1998. He remains involved with the management of the addiction treatment center. Clapton is also a tireless fund raiser for the facility.