Crossroads Rhode Island held a press conference to unveil the 5 new housing units at the Harold Lewis House and to release the Report on Aging and Homelessness . 'They gave me a place to lay my head when I had nowhere to go'. Terry, a resident of the Harold Lewis shared part of his story about how Crossroads RhodeIsland, and in particular the Harold Lewis House made a difference inhis life. Crossroads Rhode Island also announced the release of the' 'Report on Aging and Homelessness' . With the number of homeless adults over the age of 50 rapidlyincreasing and as more elders are becoming homeless for the firsttime, there is a need to raise awareness of this growing problem. Located in the Knowledge Center , the 'Report on Aging and Homelessness' provides recent information on elderly homelessness and the ways that Crossroads is providing solutions. Speakers at this morning's press conference included: Anne Nolan, President of Crossroads Rhode Island Catherine Terry Taylor, Director of the Rhode Island Department of Elderly Affairs Richard Godfrey, Executive Director, Rhode Island Housing Jennifer Schanck-Bolwell, Vice President, Crossroads Rhode Island, Terry Jones, a resident at Harold Lewis House After the speaking portion was finished attendees were invited to tour the new units and take copies of the ' Report on Aging and Homelessness '