Crossroads Community is a nonprofit organization providing behavioral health rehabilitation to residents of the five mid-shore counties on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.


A PATH to Hope: Care Coordination

PATH provides outreach and assistance to adults who have a serious mental health illness and who are experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of becoming homeless.

To be eligible for PATH, the individual must have a mental health diagnosis and meet one of these definitions of homelessness:

Being evicted from a private dwelling and is in arrears in rent and utility payments.

Lacks a permanent fixed nighttime residence and needs support finding housing.

Fleeing a domestic violence situation.

Residing in a shelter.

A person that is being discharged from an institution, who has been there for 30 or more days, and has no residence to go to and lacks resources to obtain housing.

If you know someone who is struggling with or at risk of being homeless, please fill out a referral so we can help.

 Partnership and Engagement with New Landlords

Brought to you by the Mid Shore Roundtable on Homelessness (covering Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Talbot and Queen Anne’s Counties).
If you are a landlord interested in a partnership with the Mid Shore Roundtable on Homelessness, please select the link below:

Landlord Survey


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For over three decades the staff of Crossroads Community have stood with clients at the intersection, the crossroads, of their behavioral health issues and recovery goals.

This is where hope happens.