A home where men can work through personal challenges while receiving support and encouragement.
Crossroads, located at 120 Gifford Street, is a supportive residence for men who find daily living a challenge due to mental, physical or developmental disabilities. Crossroads provides a stable environment to learn how to live on their own.
Our caring and professional staff provides round-the-clock assistance to foster a positive, drug- and alcohol-free environment where each resident is encouraged to reach his highest level of functioning, independence and spiritual maturity.
Men may live at Crossroads as long as it is considered desirable or appropriate.
1988 – Crossroads opens as a two-year, 7-bed program for chronically homeless and mentally ill men. 1997 – The Rescue Mission merged Crossroads with the New Hope Adult Home.
• 59 beds for men ages 21 and older with mental, physical or developmental disabilities
• Furnished single and double occupancy rooms
• Case management services
• On-site weekly medical clinic
• Drug- and alcohol-free environment
• Around-the-clock staffing
• Three meals and two snacks daily
• Assistance with medications, cleaning and laundry and managing finances
• Four common areas with cable television
• Optional activities program
• Free representative payee services
• Monthly fee includes all services
E-mail: Rae Martin