Crossroads for Women is a leader in New Mexico supportive housing programs, outpacing national success rates for organizations engaged in similar work. Our model is designed to effectively address the challenges of our clients’ pasts, presents, and futures. Evidence-based, trauma-informed therapeutic services help our clients overcome the pervasive and persistent effects of violence and other harmful life experiences. Gender-specific approaches are based on research that acknowledges the primary importance of relationships in the lives of women.
We offer four different programs for women:
Permanent Supportive Housing Program
- The Crossroads – Must have history of homelessness and complete the NM Coordinated Assessment (VI-SPDAT)
Transitional Housing Programs
- Hope House – Must have history of homelessness and complete the NM Coordinated Assessment (VI-SPDAT)
- Maya’s Place – Must be on probation or parole for 1 year or more
- The Pavilions – Must be on probation or parole for 1 year or more
Please visit the links above for application information for each program.