This day habilitation service offers individuals with intellectual disabilities, brain injury or chronic mental illness a variety of group activities, educational events and socialization.
Crossroads of Western Iowa is a non-profit organization devoted to supporting adults in our community who, for various reasons, are unable to live completely on their own. Most have some sort of intellectual or physical disability, or are dealing with serious mental illness. For over 40 years, our goal has been to teach our clients life skills and help attain independence. We provide residential options, programming and employment opportunities, so they can reach their full potential at home, at work and in their communities.
Crossroads' values guide what we do, why we do it and how we do it.
- Respect for every individual, consumers as well as staff members.
- Basic Christian principles; the "golden rule".
- Everything we do can be done better.
- All we do must be done in an ethical and honest manner.
- We must be fiscally responsible.
- We value teamwork as well as individual contributions.
“I enjoy shopping at Share the Ware. The store is clean, neat and well organized. The staff are always polite and helpful. And I always find something I need or I am looking for. ”- Daryl Cates, Share the Ware Customer
Supported Employment helps clients reach their vocational goal and contribute to the greater community. The first step is assisting individuals as they identify career interests and skills that can be applied in local businesses.
Residential Living services are designed to support and provide skills and activities for daily living to adults and children with disabilities and mental illness.