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Through personal accountability, Crossroads expects its homeless Guests to take significant steps toward ending their homelessness within 90 days. Of the nearly 4,000 Guests Crossroads helps each year, about 27% are women and children who are homeless.

The Renewal Project Provides Essential Services

Through extended case management, essential services can include:

  • Providing Guests with a mailing address and mail services—essential for securing both employment and housing
  • Assisting our Guests with securing their legal identification from anywhere in the United States
  • Providing individualized case management
  • Helping to identify employment opportunities, transportation—and securing benefits to which they are entitled such as Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and much more
  • Placing our Guests into detox / substance abuse treatment programs, as needed
  • Providing free healthcare for those without insurance through our collaboration with St. Joseph’s Mercy Care


Renewal Wish List

  • Cash donations are extremely helpful — you can make your donation online, or mail your donation to Crossroads
  • Backpacks
  • Female hygiene products
  • New socks
  • Clipboards

Dominic Heard, Progam Director

Renewal Project for Women and Children

Crossroads places women and children into safe, affordable apartments when it has the funds. Since our Guests are moving from homelessness, they also need all the essentials to set up a home. Volunteers often help with donations of gently used furniture, linens, kitchen items, etc.

If you would like to learn more about the program and explore how you can volunteer or sponsor a family, please email info@crossroadsatlanta.org