Board and Staff

Board of Directors Crossroads Community, Inc.

Larry Samuels, President

Alan Ettman, Secretary

Terri Brannock, Treasurer

Mark Baldwin

Cheri Hoffman

Robin Lawson

Cheryl Saunders

Steve Thomas

Shontel Wilmer


Senior Staff

John Plaskon, Executive Director

Katherine Schoonover, Administrative & Finance Director

Carla Thorpe, Program Director

Melissa Adkins, Quality & Compliance Coordinator

Kara Morris, PRP/RRP Coordinator

Lisa Moran, Case Management Coordinator

Michael Bargiband, Vocational Coordinator

Cynthia Edris, Health Home Coordinator

Helen Lampman, Special Projects


Job Openings
Please use the following link to see the current open positions: Crossroads Community Inc - Job Opportunities (
Maryland’s First Lady, Mrs. Yumi Hogan, invites children and youth to participate in a statewide art project. Children and youth are asked to create artwork expressing something which makes them feel happy, healthy, and/or hopeful. 🎨A selection of artwork will be showcased online for the First Lady’s Mental Health Awareness Youth Art Display on Monday, May 3. Deadline to submit artwork is April 9, 2021. This year artwork can be submitted virtually on the Children's Mental Health Matters website or via mail (if you are unable to submit virtually).To submit or download the call for art to submit via mail, ... See MoreSee Less
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"Scheduling a daily worry break for fifteen minutes, at the same time each day, may help you gain more control over your anxious thoughts. Worry can easily permeate through the entire day and compound, feeding a cycle of overthinking. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Try utilizing these techniques of intentionally worrying during a specific time of the day and writing down your anxious thoughts. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀This may seem strange to do at first, but over time it might help your anxiety feel more manageable.@Curly Therapist ... See MoreSee Less
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We'd like to send a huge thank you to our friends at Shore United Bank on Washington Avenue who put together gift bags for our Bridge House clients! Prior to COVID-19, our clients visited every Friday and over time developed a strong connection to staff members at the bank. The bags were delivered today, along with a lovely card to let them know that they are missed.These are the kind of relationships that make all the difference for our clients, and we are so #grateful. ... See MoreSee Less
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✨Here's to letting your kindness shine today! ✨Happy Friday!I really like this little guy. He makes me feel hopeful. Tender hearted. All of us have struggled and have fought seen and unseen battles. Yes, even that cranky coworker of yours. Yes, even that guy who flipped you off on the highway. Even that person who can feel so difficult to love and be kind to. We are all fighting. Let our kindness prevail. ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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