Crossroads owns and operates permanent supportive housing units for hundreds of individuals and families in the Rhode Island area.
Housing Ends Homelessness
We provide housing that is safe, respectful, and effective. Individuals and families in Crossroads Housing are able to access additional supportive services to help them achieve long-term success. Although not all of our clients ultimately enter Crossroads Housing, operating these units is a direct way to help end homelessness for the people we serve. At Crossroads Rhode Island, we believe that the solution to homelessness is homes.
Our Housing Options
We work one-on-one with all of our clients to determine how to help them secure a stable home. Because the needs of each household are unique, we offer a variety of housing options for individuals and families.
The Harold Lewis House
Opened in 2006 specifically to house men and women ages 50 and older, the Harold Lewis House was named after a homeless veteran who spent most of his nights sleeping in shelter. After he eventually passed away in shelter, Harold Lewis House was dedicated to him with the belief that no one should ever die without a home.
To be eligible for this program you must be 50 years of age or older, disabled, and homeless.
Traveler's Aid Housing
Located at our Providence headquarters, Traveler's Aid Housing features 192 units of housing for formerly homeless single adults. Case management, basic needs assistance, medical care, our food program, and Education and Employment Services are all available on-site.
Located on our beautiful 14-acre site in North Kingstown, Kingstown Crossings consists of two housing developments for individuals and families from a variety of backgrounds. Kingstown Crossings is an environmentally friendly complex with energy-saving appliances and other features designed to reduce utility usage and cost.
Support us in ending homelessness
Kingstown Crossings I offers HUD subsidized 3- and 4- bedroom apartments. In addition to housing, our program offers a variety of services, including case management and referrals to support families and their children. Learn about eligibility requirements and the application process [PDF]. Applications
must be submitted through Rhode Island Housing, which can be done through their website
. Applicants must specify that they are applying to the Kingstown Crossings waiting list.