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Eight Crossroads Rhode Island clients participated in a Metalworking Program designed to teach employable skills and increase eligibility for local jobs. The program was hosted by The Steel Yard in Providence, in collaboration with Rhode Island Hospital and Lifespan Corporation.
On September 15, more than 40 Blue Cross & Blue Shield of RI (BCBSRI) employees came to Crossroads for the annual Blue Across RI day of service.
Crossroads staff traveled to the annual National Alliance to End Homelessness Conference in Washington, D.C.
Domestic violence is known to be a leading cause of homelessness, but domestic violence service providers tend to focus on immediate safety and crisis intervention; they often lack capacity to provide robust housing and employment programs that end homelessness for survivors of domestic violence.
Out 18th class of Janitorial Training Program students graduated this June.
Employees of the local television station spent three days completing service project in the community.
Carla was experiencing untreated mental illness and homelessness at the same time.
A delivery of living and dining room furniture to our Providence Family Center brings comfort for families experiencing homelessness.
A family experiencing homelessness came to Crossroads determined to stay together and find stable housing.
With help from our Education and Employment Services team, a client uses determination and hard work to overcome a difficult background and find meaningful employment.
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