Welcome!

Crossroads House is a beautiful vintage Victorian house that was given a fresh coat of paint and updates during the spring of 2020. We kept original features like the spindled stairway and chose upgrades that maintained that old-world charm.
Our goal is always to provide a comfortable, welcoming environment for residents, their families, and their friends to relax and enjoy one another. Each resident has their own bedroom for privacy, which is equipped with comfortable seating for visitors.

Our kitchen is open 24 hours a day for use by families who wish to prepare meals, and there is storage space available in the refrigerator. Everyone can stay connected by using our WIFI, and we have wall-mounted flatscreen televisions throughout the house.
Our sunroom is a favorite gathering place for watching TV, playing board games, or taking a nap! We recently updated our wheelchair accessible full-service bathroom with shower, on the first floor.

The antique marble fireplace welcomes you to the dining room which is always a great place for coffee and conversation, or family meals.
Outside behind the house there is a large, covered deck with a gas grill that makes cookouts a regular occurrence, and a garden for peaceful meditation or stargazing at night.

At Crossroads House, the staff and volunteers take great pride in providing the best comfort care available in a warm, home-like environment. Residents are encouraged to bring their own belongings from home (afghans, pictures, wall art, pillows, etc.) and to make our home their home.


 
Transom window pic

The Beauty of Brokenness

“While searching the basement, we came across this wonderful transom. It was tired and worn with broken panes and deteriorating lead and frame. Although time had taken its toll, it was absolutely beautiful. That can also be said of every precious person we care for. Though broken by disease, they are beautiful. It is our mission to highlight their beauty in spite of their broken bodies. The transom hangs proudly in the center of our home as a continual reminder of the beauty in brokenness.”
 
-Jeff Allen, Executive Director