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Crossroads Board President Tony Klym shares a special holiday message. Please don’t forget to share YOUR holiday message with the hundreds of at-risk youth who need assistance today, and in years to come, through your tax-deductible donation to Crossroads Programs.

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"Telling the truth to myself about myself is just awesome because it's just a relief 'cause I don't have to try to be something I'm not...I can just be."

In honor of Women's History Month, we would like to share this from the It Gets Better Project as we honor the many women in our community, like Gabby. Their voices and stories have provided a shining light for LGBTQ youth.
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Happy St. Patrick's Day from all of us at Crossroads Programs.
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Young in life, Caleb Swanigan was roaming the streets with his mother, living shelter to shelter. In 2011 his mother gave up her parental rights & Roosevelt Barnes stepped in. Then a divorced empty nester, he thought it the right time to help youth. Barnes is alumni from Purdue where he played 3 sports (football, basketball, baseball) & former linebacker for the Detroit Lions then turned sports agent.
Barnes showed belief in Caleb Swanigan early in their time together by speaking faith into him with positivity, “You’re great. You are the best power forward.” During that time Caleb was over 360 pounds. He wanted to play basketball, though he was not in basketball shape. He shared, “He (Roosevelt Barnes) saw something in me that I didn’t see in myself at that point.” Barnes created a plan for Caleb and they worked at it together. Today Caleb is ranked among the top players in college basketball, is projected to go approximately the 26th in the NBA draft & on March 2nd, he was named an Academic All-American.
Everyone needs someone to simply believe in them! If you would like to be that someone for a youth in New Jersey, please contact us.

#MarchMadness #Adoption #Gratitude #ForTheLoveOfBasketball

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Have you even considering expanding your family?
We encourage you to consider fostering as a compassionate way to expand your family and assist youth who are otherwise homeless, abandoned, abused, or at-risk. Join us for our next open house to hear more. Wednesday, March 15th, at 6:30pm.
For more information message us, visit our website, or contact our office (609) 880-0120.
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March Treatment Parent Open House

March 15, 2017, 6:30pm - March 15, 2017, 7:00pm

Have you even considering expanding your family? We encourage you to consider fostering as a compassionate way to expand your family and assist youth who are otherwise homeless, abandoned, abused, or...

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Have you even considering expanding your family?
We encourage you to consider fostering as a compassionate way to expand your family and assist youth who are otherwise homeless, abandoned, abused, or at-risk. Join us for our next open house to hear more. Wednesday, March 15th, at 6:30pm.
For more information message us, visit our website, or contact our office (609) 880-0120.
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