Become a Partner

Crossroads seeks community partnership connections. Our vision reflects that desire as Crossroads envisions a community where people with mental health needs recover and are treated with dignity, respect and equality.

Partnerships occur in many ways. Please consider the list below for ways in which you, too, can be a partner with Crossroads and help make a positive difference in someone’s life. The return on your investment may be priceless!

  • Corporate sponsorship of special events
  • Employer for clients
  • Member of the Board of Directors
  • Volunteer to be a friend to a client
  • Donate to the Crossroads’ programs


Local artist Lea Brooks gifted this exquisite, mosaicked bench with a butterfly to be raffled in conjunction with Crossroads Community’s Annual Client Art Show. For Crossroad’s clients, the butterfly has come to represent freedom as “Butterflies Are Free:” Freedom from the struggle that individuals with mental illness experience everyday due to stigma, prejudice, and bias. Whether you’re interested in supporting mental health in our community, or you're interested in this beautiful mosaic chair, you can purchase raffle tickets here: ... See MoreSee Less

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This "Thank You Thursday" we're giving a shoutout to some of the people who help make what we do possible:

Pere and Phyllis Roberts
Wayne Zussman
George and Barbara Yewell

You can get more info on helping out here:
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Please join us for our next Friendraiser and learn more about Crossroads! Meet staff and board members and enjoy lite fare. The event is scheduled for Saturday May 4th, 5-7pm at St. Paul's Parish in Centreville. ... See MoreSee Less

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We're gonna be at The Shore Update's Shore Kids Connection on May 11th! Make sure to come out and say hi! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank You for Your Support!