From Survival to Success

Together We’re Helping Men & Women Thrive

6,000 Men, Women and Children Served Annually

Monday through Friday, Crossroads serves as a refuge for those experiencing homelessness. Each year, we help more than 6,000 individuals take their first steps toward a stable, safe, and sustainable future through Clyde’s Kitchen, The Renewal Project and the Door to Door Housing Program.


The Renewal Project

The Renewal Project is a 180-day stabilization program that offers essential services that help individual’s progress toward ending their homelessness. Fundamental services include individual counseling and assessment, case management, a mailing address and mailbox access, documentation services, and MARTA passes for employment-related and medical emergencies. 

Last year the Renewal Project assisted over 2,400 unduplicated men, women and children. Guests were provided with 1,530 Birth Certificates, 1,142 Georgia State Identification and 8.481 mail room visits.

Clyde’s Kitchen

Although continuing to operate in limited capacity due to ongoing COVID restrictions last year, Clyde’s Kitchen served over 23,000 meals, averaging 100 each day, with the ongoing assistance of 1,348 volunteers.

Door to Door Housing Program

The Door-to-Door Program supports individuals and families to transition from experiencing homelessness into permanent housing, as well as providing emergency assistance to prevent homelessness, by providing emergency rent and utility assistance.

People needing help may contact Crossroads directly or through other referrals. In addition, housing partners such as Housing Plus, Community Friendship, Aniz, Step Up, Richmont Counseling Services and Gateway are on site weekly.

During the last year,  amidst a continuing pandemic, Crossroads assisted 918 Households, totaling 1,982 individuals. Out of these, 866 were children and 252 veterans.

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