Community Crossroads’ mission is to provide people in need of long term supports, either through age or disability, with the information, guidance, support and advocacy they need to remain in their chosen homes and live full, independent lives.
A comprehensive community agency serving families and individuals with disabilities or chronic health conditions from birth to elder years through conflict free case management.
Community Crossroads educates and empowers individuals and families and advocates for their civil rights.
We offer additional services that are an extension of our supportive mission. These include-Oral Health Services; Choices for Independence, Partners in Health, and Representative Payee Services.
A Community of Wellness
A helpful, uplifting series by our blog writer Colby Dudal. Enjoy!
Support Goes A Long Way
Your donation will help children and adults who experience developmental and other disabilities live full and productive lives in the community
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING NHGIVES
Thanks to you we have replaced a portion of critical funds.
Under normal circumstances we support the financial needs of the kids and adults we serve with our ongoing annual fundraising events and charitable gaming revenue. However, due to the COVID-19 crisis, we have experienced a significant loss in fundraising event and charitable gaming revenue.
Our grant program is used to help individuals and families impacted by disability to provide financial assistance to cover critically needed support, accessible technology/equipment, and training not covered by Medicaid and/or private insurance. Given the hit to the economy, these more vulnerable members of our community will likely have greater needs in the coming months.
“With generous assistance from Community Crossroads, my daughter was able to move into her own apartment…She wanted her independence and wanted to live in her own place…She is thriving in her new home and with continued support will continue to do so. We thank Community Crossroads for giving our daughter the ability to pursue her independent living, just like everyone else.”
– Brenda, mother of Courtney
individuals served through our Specialized Services
number of individuals we serve with developmental disabilities or acquired brain disorders and their families
clients utilizing our Representative Payee program
Announcements & Community Events
Meet Our 2020 Scholarship Recipients
We are so pleased to award each of these local graduating seniors with a $750.00 scholarship.
Meet the Board – Elaine Lavin
For nearly a decade, Elaine has dedicated herself to serving on our Board of Directors. We are grateful for her service.
2020 Golf Tournament
Save the Date-September 10, 2020
Help us make our 31st Annual Golf Tournament our most successful yet as we look to the future with 2020 Vision!