Housing Ends Homelessness
At Crossroads, we believe housing is the only true solution to homelessness. As such, we utilize a housing first model, in which the most vulnerable families and individuals experiencing homelessness are provided safe, respectful and effective housing first, along with access to additional supportive services to help them achieve housing stability.
"I've been in my apartment for over a year. It's what I fight for everyday. I had a team behind me to help me get here; I'm grateful for that."
- Crossroads client
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. For those with moderate needs, Crossroads offers rapid re-housing services. Those with high needs participate in our permanent supportive housing program. See a list of our properties below!
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Housing is the only true solution to homelessness.
Travelers Aid Housing
Located at our Providence headquarters, Travelers Aid Housing features 192 apartments for formerly-homeless, single adults.
Case management, basic needs assistance, medical care and education & employment services are all available on-site.
Mike Terry Apartments
Located in Providence, the Mike Terry Apartments provide 11 fully-furnished, efficiency apartments for chronically homeless individuals.
This recently-renovated apartment complex also features parking, a laundry room and an outdoor space for clients to enjoy.
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 on Crossroads' Community Room floor.
After he passed away in shelter, Harold Lewis House was dedicated to him with the belief that no one should ever die without a place to call home.
Located on 14 beautiful acres in North Kingstown, Kingstown Crossings consists of two housing developments for individuals and families. Kingstown Crossings is an environmentally friendly complex with energy-saving appliances and other features designed to reduce utility usage and cost.
- Kingstown Crossings I offers HUD subsidized 3 and 4-bedroom apartments along with a variety of services, including case management and referrals. 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
- Kingstown Crossings II is a Housing Tax Credit property, offering modern 1, 2, 3, and 4-bedroom apartments. Learn about eligibility requirements here.
Beach Avenue Apartments
Located in the Conimicut neighborhood of Warwick, the Beach Avenue Apartments consist of 1, 2, and 3-bedroom residences for both individuals and families.
Case management and support offered on-site.
Family Center Apartments
Located in Providence, the Family Center Apartments offer five 2 and 3-bedroom residences for families.
The Family Center is adjacent to Crossroads' Providence Family Shelter, ensuring families have access to 24-hour services.
Crossroads Family Housing
Crossroads Family Housing consists of 30 homes and apartments for families scattered across Providence. Families can enjoy immersing themselves in their community while having access to case management support as needed.
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