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What We Offer

A Look at What We Can Do For Men

 

A Life Coach to Help Plan for Success

Because each man is a unique individual, we match each resident with a Life Coach who will mentor and disciple him in a safe environment. Together they will map out a plan for success in the following areas: discipleship, employment, finance, and relationships. These meetings will happen weekly to foster accountability.

Community Groups within the Mission House

While staying with us, residents will get the opportunity to form new friends that will guide and support them on their new journey. It is the goal of Crossroads to bring these men together for friendships that will last a lifetime because change never happens in isolation.

Family Fun Night

On the last Sunday of each month, we invite the family of our residents to eat with us, join in activities, and play some games in order to help bridge the gap between the family and the residents. In doing so, we hope to connect what they are doing at the mission to what is going on in their homes.

 

Career and Learning Center

With the help of a local pastor, Carey Gibbs, Crossroads has started a program to enhance the skills of our residents to prepare them for life ahead. We teach computer skills, how to fill out job applications/resumes, and other career options. In doing so, we guide our residents through what they need so that they can become competitive, independent, and successful in the future.
 

Workforce Re-entry Programs:

Having partnerships with businesses and schools, Crossroads has the unique opportunity to connect our residents with what they need to become not just job-ready, but life-ready.  These include areas like individual computer training, G.E.D. preparation, and continuing education through Southern Regional Technical College.

Food and Shelter

Crossroads is blessed to offer food and shelter to its residents. Come by and see our remodeled 15 bed facility. This portion of the ministry is supervised by our resident manager who lives on the property.

Discipline

We encourage residents to develop a routine that will help stabilize their lives. Part of this includes participating in Bible studies, Celebrate Recovery, Church services, Overcomers, and many other programs to aide in their development. Each resident will fill out a weekly activity report to the Associate Director of Peer Review.

Meals For The Homeless

While the primary ministry of Crossroads focuses on men living at the Mission House, we still desire to meet a basic need of our homeless population living near the Mission by providing a meal each day for them. Since 2019 we served over 6,000 meals. Any individual my come on the property and take one meal from this refrigerator.