Crossroads Housing/Community Services
Crossroads began as a permanent supportive housing program providing service to people who have serious and persistent mental illness, and who have experienced homelessness. Services include rental subsidy; case management; individual recovery planning; links to community resources; life skills education; coordination of educational and vocational training services; and coordination of medical, dental and mental health services. A permanent supportive housing program serves homeless adults and families with an adult member disabled due to serious and persistent mental illness. The Transitional Housing program is a two year program for Transitional Aged Youth 18-24 years old disabled due to a serious and persistent mental illness and is at imminent risk of becoming homeless or is literally homeless with the focus on skill building, independence, financial stability and transitioning into permanent housing. Intensive case management provides recovery-oriented services to people with serious mental illness. The Flexible Housing Fund program provides one-time financial assistance for persons with disability (a serious and persistent mental illness or drug and alcohol diagnosis) to sustain their housing. Services are provided to persons residing in Carbon, Monroe and Pike counties. Street 2 Feet Outreach Center, our homeless day center, is the only daytime resource center for individuals experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. For more information about Street 2 Feet, visit our website at www.rhd.org/street2feet.