Empowering people who are homeless to progress
on the road toward economic and personal self sufficiency.
60,000 meals are served each year to men, women and children who are homeless.
More than 6,500 MARTA passes are provided each year for employment-related and medical emergencies.
More than 4,200 men, women and children come to Crossroads each year for services.
More than 3,500 Guests are provided with a mailing address each year—a critical first step to end homelessness.
More than 3,100 state issued IDs and birth certificates are obtained for Guests each year.
More than 300 Guests are enrolled in detox and treatment programs each year.
Since 2011, 200 women and children have been placed in safe, affordable apartments.
For over 24 years, Clyde Corbin has been the director of the Crossroads Kitchen. Clyde, his dedicated staff and tireless volunteers rise before dawn each day to serve over 60,000 meals each year.Learn More →
Crossroads provides a 90-day stabilization program that helps Guests get back on their feet. These crucial first steps include providing a mailing address and helping to get state IDs and birth certificates.Learn More →
In addition to meals and core services provided through the Renewal Project, the Angels program provides extended case management tailored specifically for each Guest with a physical and/or mental disability or addiction.Learn More →