Your Donation Makes A Difference!
When you contribute to Crossroads over 83% of your contribution goes toward helping our residents on their path to recovery.* Individuals and families can find themselves unable to afford effective aftercare treatment, which often is critical for recovery. Crossroads strives to keep aftercare treatment within the reach of anyone in need of recovery. Your tax-deductible financial contributions help to make it possible!
Crossroads Residential Aftercare is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to providing services and programs that are affordable. All resident stays are self-paid. We receive no Federal, State, or County assistance, nor financing from managed care, or health insurance companies.
There are many ways to help the recovering addict in three distinct areas of Crossroads’ mission:
- Keep Crossroads Affordable. Help those wanting sobriety by underwriting the operation of the program. (General Operating Fund)
- Respect Those Rebuilding Their Lives. Contribute to the capital needs of Crossroads to keep their home in first-class shape. (Capital Fund)
- Ensure the Future of Crossroads. Make a gift to the Endowment Fund, established by a former resident whose own experience at Crossroads moved him to develop a means for others to receive help. Only the interest on endowment fund investments is used to assist residents and the program. (Endowment Fund)
Ways to Give
Monetary Donations – Donate a one-time gift via our secure web site from your checking or savings account or your credit card. Consider on-going donations, an affordable way of giving that ads up to a substantial annual gift. We offer you the choice of making your monthly or quarterly gift via an automated deduction.
Stock Gifts – An effective way to help Crossroads’ mission is by donating shares of appreciated stock.
Estate Gifts – Leave a legacy of positive change. By naming Crossroads as a beneficiary of your will, insurance policy or retirement plan, you can help ensure that those suffering from addiction continue to receive the help they need for sobriety.