Crossroads Inc.

“We love the women until they are able to love themselves.”

Helping and empowering women to self-sufficiency, one woman at a time.

About Us

For 45 years, we have provided HOPE and HOME for previously incarcerated women. Our vision is for these women to THRIVE in the larger community.

Sometimes, people need more than a second chance. It takes time, preparation and resources to be able to fully take advantage of opportunities.  But when the time comes for that person to make a change, our belief is that we, as a community, need to be ready to journey along with that person in order to make those changes within that person’s life.

“Crossroads helped me find myself and helped me understand that my past is my past, and it doesn't label me as who I am.”


In an abundance of caution, we have postponed our Love Letters Gala Event. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause but are mindful of taking precautions to support public health efforts.

Our Program & Mission

Since 1974, the mission of Crossroads is to provide housing, education, support, counseling, and employment training in a homelike environment for women who have been incarcerated. Our primary goal is to empower women with new skills to help them step out of the revolving door of prison and move towards economic self-sufficiency.

  • Assessment & Individualized Goal Setting
  • Employment Assistance & Skill Building
  • Group Sessions & Seminars
  • Group Sessions & Seminars
  • Social Enterprise

Every woman has inherent value and holds the power of possibility within.

Join & Support

Crossroads Inc. counts on the community to help our women successfully return to the community. Financial support, volunteering, donating to the food drive and other support have helped make the program as successful as it is today.

“Crossroads helped me find myself and helped me understand that my past is my past, and it doesn't label me as who I am.”

Crossroads Women Minerva Award

Profile of Sister Terry on A Woman’s Nation, an organization that works on the front lines of humanity. Sister Terry and Crossroads received the Minerva Award by organizer and host, Maria Shriver. (2010)

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