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By Crossroads Staff / August 1, 2019
Joey is a lot like kids his age. He loves to spend time outside and play sports. But there's one thing about Joey that's different from some of the kids his age: his family just started experiencing homelessness.

By Crossroads Staff / May 3, 2019
Ally was proud of the life she built as a single mother for her and her daughter. Everything seemed to be moving in the right direction..until Ally fell ill. Suddenly everything changed.

By Crossroads Staff / March 28, 2019
What are the driving factors behind women facing homelessness in Rhode Island? And what can we do to support them and improve the lives of those in our communities?

By Crossroads Staff / March 8, 2019
Crossroads Rhode Island has been helping Rhode Island's most vulnerable women for 125 years.

By Crossroads Staff / February 1, 2019
Stacey and John's journey at Crossroads from homelessness to stable housing.

By Crossroads Staff / November 16, 2018
After her husband of many years passed away, Catherine found herself unexpectedly homeless. With the help of Crossroads donors, Catherine now has a place to call home for the holidays.

By Crossroads Staff / November 8, 2018
Learn about the Harold Lewis House and how Crossroads serves veterans overcoming homelessness

By Crossroads Staff / August 9, 2018
Where do you vote if you don’t have a permanenet address? Crossroads works with Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea's office to provide homeless neighbors voter education and registration this month.

By Crossroads Staff / July 20, 2018
Crossroads Housing Navigator Vanessa Davidson shares what it's like housing the homeless, and how solving homelessness isn't as complicated as it seems.

By Crossroads Staff / June 22, 2018
At just 15 years old, Anyia and her mother Aliz found themselves homeless. For a while, they stayed with family and friends. Tired of endlessly moving around, Aliz and Aniyah knew they had to make a change.

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