About Us


Incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1984, Crossroads Community began delivering services in 1983.


The mission of Crossroads Community, Inc. is to teach skills and access resources that empower individuals with behavioral health needs to recover and live satisfying and productive lives. Crossroads promotes community acceptance through advocacy and community education.


Crossroads Community envisions a community where people with behavioral health needs recover and are treated with dignity, respect and equality.


We believe in delivering quality services through effective leadership and empowered professional teams who are focused on meeting the needs of our customers.


Crossroads Community is a supportive program that empowers individuals with various behavioral health needs to choose the road they want to take, while receiving support to help them move forward.



Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities

Crossroads Community, Inc. has been awarded the highest level of accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International for seven of its programs:

  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs (Adults and Youth)
  • Residential Rehabilitation Program
  • Health Home Program (Adults and Youth)
  • Vocational Program
  • Respite Program

CARF accreditation is a public seal of trust and commitment to quality based on internationally accepted standards. Achieving this accreditation demonstrates Crossroad Community’s commitment to exceptional, personalized care. An organization receiving the highest level of CARF accreditation has undergone a detailed peer review process and has demonstrated to a team of surveyors, during an on-site visit, its commitment to providing programs and services of the highest quality. For more information on CARF, visit the CARF website.

Privacy Practices

Crossroads Community takes our clients’ right to privacy seriously. We comply with HIPAA and Maryland’s laws regarding confidentiality of medical records. For more information, please read Crossroads Community Notice of Privacy Practices.

Recent Annual Reports


Sending out wishes for gentleness and self-acceptance to you all today 💓

Thank you for the beautiful reminder Jess Rachel SharpYou are amazing.
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We are excited to introduce you to our newest Employment Specialist, Romona Matthews! Romona primarily works out of our Dorchester office and is responsible for helping our clients develop the skills to obtain and maintain competitive employment in their chosen field of interest. She's also an avid bird watcher, loves comedies, and is a big fan of the Giants and the Ravens.

Rachel Lingenfelter, Vocational Coordinator, says of Romona: "Romona is a dedicated employee who is eager to learn and do things the right way. Romona jumped right into the position and immediately started working with the clients and she is doing a fantastic job. She always puts in 100% effort to help each and every client. Her passion to help people shows me she will go far in this field. So happy to have her on board!"

Thank you, Romona, for your caring heart and all the ways you help our clients. Welcome to the Crossroads family! 💓
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Look at all the good you can do for the mental wellness of others when you are open and accepting 🌈

The Depression ProjectThe mental health benefits of being accepted. (The Depression Project) #PRIDE
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Wishing all the dads out there a Happy Father’s Day that’s filled with love. We also know that today can be a tough day for many and we want to honor those feelings too. Big hugs from the Crossroads family!

Thank you @BlesstheMessyFather’s Day, has never been my favorite. It’s often a day I forget is a holiday or don’t see coming. I have a lot of pain associated with dads. A lot of abandonment and a lot of unworthy feelings.
My biological dad left when I was born. Because it was messy. Because my mother and him didn’t do things “the right” way. He got married to someone else and had three kids the way he wanted.
My mom married a man who adopted me. It’s why my siblings and I all shared a name. I never really thought about how he wasn’t my *real* dad, he was just my dad. Until my parents got divorced. And then he no longer needed to have relationship with me because I wasn’t his *real* daughter.
Both dads have come in and out of my life at their convenience. I tried to reconcile with both dads at times over the years. It was always my work, my problem, something I needed to change to keep their love. So boundaries have been made. It’s still a really hard thing for me. But I am healed in small ways. Watching Greg with our boys, watching my brother in law become a dad, watching Meg miss her dad when she hasn’t seen him for awhile.
I know some of you have the best dads in the world. I know some of you ARE the best dads in the world. So I’ve poured my coffee and im drinking a cup in honor of each of you this morning. Wherever you’re at, I’m sending you love, healing, strength, and strong coffee. xo
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