Area Agency Services

Serving individuals with developmental disabilities or acquired brain disorders and their families living in 11 towns in southeastern NH.​

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.

Our Agency

A comprehensive community agency serving families and individuals with disabilities or chronic health conditions from birth to elder years through conflict free case management.

Advocacy

Community Crossroads educates and empowers individuals and families and advocates for their civil rights.

Specialized Services

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.

2018 Golf Tournament

Join us for our 29th Annual Golf Tournament brought to you by
our Presenting/Tournament Sponsor Pentucket Bank
Thursday, September 13, 2018
CANDIA WOODS GOLF LINKS, CANDIA, NH

  • Scramble Format; Continental Breakfast and Gourmet Lunch Included
  • Awards and Contests
  • Silent Auction & Raffles

Sponsorships are welcome! View our CCGolfSponsorFlyer for details.

Your Support Goes a Long Way

We support over 1600 individuals primarily through public funds and we are dedicated to supplementing those dollars through our fundraising efforts.

Employment for All

Helping the people we serve to obtain meaningful employment has always been a high priority for Community Crossroads and the state of New Hampshire.

Over the years, so many misconceptions have developed around employment that in 2014 we set out to commission a short film which would dispel many of these “myths”. The result was a highly acclaimed video by Concord based filmmaker Bil Rogers (1L Media) entitled An Untapped Resource.

Whether you are an individual with a disability, a family member, or a potential employer, please take a few minutes to watch this important message.

“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

600+

 individuals served through our Specialized Services

1,200

 number of individuals we serve with developmental disabilities or acquired brain disorders and their families

200+

 clients utilizing our Representative Payee program

Announcements & Community Events

DHHS Public Sessions

The NH Dept. of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is seeking public input on its plan to solicit proposals from qualified organizations to deliver health care services to eligible and enrolled Medicaid participants through New Hampshire’s Medicaid managed care program, known as Medicaid Care Management (MCM). View flyer for details.  

2018 Policy Partners Grads

Congrats to these savvy leaders and advocates who will be working to create a better future for people who experience disability in NH and beyond! They have learned more skills so they can strive to improve public policy and increase equity and opportunity around key issues that impact people who experience disability. Learn more about Policy Partners. Apply or Nominate someone for the next session of Policy Partners.

Family Support Conference Coordination

It is with great pleasure that we announce that NH Department of Health and Human Services’ Bureau of Developmental Services has transitioned the responsibility of leading the planning and coordination efforts of the Family Support Conference New Hampshire to Community Crossroads as of 7/1/18. The conference is an annual highlight for many families that are served here in NH and we are proud to join the wonderful and dedicated committee members who have made this event so successful year to year. Direct all inquires to Angela Boyle, Conference Coordinator.