Services / Programs
Crossroads Safehouse provides services and safehousing to adults and children affected by domestic violence and/or intimate partner abuse. Crossroads is the largest direct service provider for victims of domestic violence in Northern Colorado.
Advocacy is a process of self-discovery and planning for change; adults and youths work with trained advocates individually and in group settings to share their experiences, learn from one another, and create safety plans.
The Crossroads Safehouse Outreach Program exists to increase safety and healing and decrease the isolation of victims of domestic violence and their children in a safe community setting.
Attorneys provide varied levels of legal services to qualifying victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking in civil cases free of charge. BJH attorneys work with victims in Larimer, Weld, Jackson, Grand, Moffett, and Route Counties.
Crossroads operates a 26-bedroom Emergency Shelter Program and a six-bedroom Transitional Housing Program (for a total of 32 bedrooms/104 beds) in Larimer County. Victims of intimate partner abuse and their children receive shelter for two to eight weeks.
At the request of law enforcement, Domestic Abuse Response Team advocates respond to the scene of a domestic violence incident to meet with victims and provide crisis intervention services.
The Legal Advocacy Program volunteers provide victims with information regarding the criminal justice system.
Road to Home is a supportive housing program for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking who are experiencing homelessness. The goal of Road to Home is to provide comprehensive housing services that meet the unique needs of victims of violence and abuse. Participants receive access to rental assistance, other financial supports, case management and other supportive services to help them gain permanent housing and find personal safety and stability.
The Youth Program provides a safe, structured, violence-free environment for children at Crossroads of all ages. Individual advocacy helps children increase self-esteem, develop and practice coping skills, and learn alternatives to aggressive behaviors. Residential and outreach children participate in programs that address the issues of domestic violence, self-esteem, anger, feelings, families and safety