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.

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 To Our Premier Corporate Sponsor – Pentucket Bank!

Thank you Pentucket Bank for signing on as our Premier Corporate Sponsor! We are so fortunate to have such a generous and committed partner like you dedicated to improving the lives of people in our local communities! Pentucket Bank exemplifies all that’s best about a community bank and mirrors our mission of supporting the community.

Back row left to right: Jonathan Dowst/President & Chief Executive Officer, John DeBaun/SVP Commercial Lending, Robert Glosner/SVP Chief Information Officer, & Karl Denu/SVP Chief Financial Officer.

Front row left to right: Marie Charabati/AVP Senior Branch Manager Salem NH, Sarah Snyder Director of Children & Family Services, Jennifer Bertrand, Director of Community Partnerships, & Nicole Molesso/Assistant Branch Manager Salem, NH

“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

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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

Living Life With an Invisible Disability

According to the Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA), an invisible disability is a physical, mental, or neurological condition that is not visible from the outside – yet can limit or challenge a person’s movement, senses, and activities. Check out one of our most recent blog posts titled – ‘Living Life With an Invisible Disability’.

Bureau of Developmental Services System Information Sessions

You are invited to attend upcoming Bureau of Developmental Services (BDS) System Information sessions. The sessions will take place virtually on the first Thursday of every other month. This will be a time for the Developmental Services community to learn and ask questions about changes to waivers, rates, and technology that may impact them. Learn more about the topics that will be discussed HERE and to attend, use this Zoom link.

33rd Annual Golf Challenge

SAVE THE DATE: Our 33rd Annual Golf Challenge will take place on Monday, August 22nd, 2022! This year’s event will once again be held at the Atkinson Resort & Country Club (85 Country Club Drive, Atkinson, NH). We are currently looking for golfers and sponsors for this year’s fun-filled event. Click the button below to learn more about this year’s fundraiser.