Please join us at the Crossroads for Women Bi-Annual Yard Sale! We will be selling furniture, clothing, shoes, household items, and innumerable other treasures for awesome prices. We can’t wait to see you on Saturday, September 16, 2017 from 8am-1pm at 3904 Aspen NE. Click here to download the flyer.
A new school year brings fresh opportunities for individuals and families alike. Crossroads for Women clients and their children were treated to a wonderful Back to School Day earlier this month on August 9. This event was possible thanks to the support of Boy Scouts of America Troop #201 and The Church of… Read more »
Crossroads for Women is now accepting donations of back to school supplies for the women and children of our programs! Help the women we serve achieve their academic goals and provide the children of our programs with much needed supplies this year. NEEDED SCHOOL SUPPLIES: #1 NEED: BACKPACKS for all ages… Read more »
Our Spring Celebration for clients and their children on April 8 was a huge success thanks to the ABQ Evening Optimist Club! Members of the Evening Optimist Club sponsored the event, providing delicious food and an egg hunt that included a surprise appearance from the Easter Bunny. Egg hunting baskets were donated by Girl Scouts… Read more »
National Volunteer Week is April 23-29, 2017. Celebrate with us by participating in our Volunteer Appreciation Selfie Contest! Here’s how to enter: Download and print a Volunteer Selfie Sign Answer the prompt: “I make a difference as a volunteer by…” Take a photo of yourself holding your sign Email your photo… Read more »
Samaritan Counseling Center of Albuquerque has announced the recipients of its 2017 New Mexico Ethics in Business Awards. Winning the Paul and LaDonna Hopkins Award for Excellence in Ethical Practice by a non-profit is Crossroads for Women! Thank you Samaritan Counseling for recognizing the value of integrity in human interaction… Read more »
The 2017 Mayor & First Lady’s Farewell Charity Gala is set for Saturday, April 29, from 6-11pm at the Albuquerque Convention Center. Purchase your tickets today! We are honored to be chosen as beneficiaries this year, along with the National Alliance on Mental Illness New Mexico and the Albuquerque Community Foundation.
Maya’s Place, Crossroads for Women’s first transitional housing program, is named after the late great author and icon, Dr. Maya Angelou. When the idea to name the facility, first arose back in 2005, Crossroads co-founder Lisa Simpson recalls that “It seemed appropriate. Some of Angelou’s experiences mirror those of the women in… Read more »
Walking into Crossroads for Women for the first time was like walking into someone’s home; I was instantly struck by a sense of community. That feeling grew after sitting in on Life on Life’s Terms, a weekly group run by KC Quirk. Based on The Four Agreements by Don Miguel… Read more »