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Everyone is worthy of a safe and secure place to call home and Crossroads cannot succeed, and more importantly, our guests cannot succeed, if we attempt to end homelessness in Atlanta alone.
For people experiencing homelessness, not having an ID makes it much harder to get a job, find a place to live, open a bank account, get food stamps and disability benefits- or in some instances, even stay at a homeless shelter.
It is through partnering with organizations such as Living Room, with our mobile identification services that allow us to reach people where the need is and accessible transportation is not always available. Living Room assists people living with HIV with finding stable housing.
So far this year, Ms. Ty, our Renewal Project Manager has helped over 700 people at our partner organizations obtain birth certificates and state issued IDs as the first step toward getting the process started.
Crossroads serves over 4,200 men, women and children each year
The Renewal Project
Crossroads Connect Program
Employment training program to help guests develop a stable and sustainable future