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Our Services

Our Services

What we do:

For more than 40 years, Crossroads of Western Iowa has been empowering individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to enjoy an enhanced quality of life. Through the power of our mission, more than 300 individuals and their families have reached beyond and achieved dreams they never thought were possible. Together, our compassionate team opens their hearts and inspires a world of possibilities for families of intellectual and developmentally disabled individuals. 
 
How we achieve our mission:

Each individual who comes to Crossroads of Western Iowa has walked a different path and has unique goals. Whether your loved one wishes to live in their own home or participate in Special Olympics, each of our services is designed to empower individuals to achieve their aspirations. We currently provide residential services which offer respite care or supported community living, LINKS Community Integration and vocational services.

Learn how Crossroads of Western Iowa has improved the quality of life for Iowa families:

View our 2016 Annual Report

Employment Services

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.

LINKS Community Integration

This day habilitation service offers individuals with intellectual disabilities, brain injury or chronic mental illness a variety of group activities, educational events and socialization.

Residential Living

Residential Living services are designed to support and provide skills and activities for daily living to adults and children with disabilities and mental illness.