from our food pantry may be given to alleviate or prevent hunger.
for victims of local floods, fires and other disasters.
delivery of nutritious, single-serving meals offered to people unable to prepare meals on their own.
may be given to prevent eviction for non-payment; or for temporary emergency housing.
may be given to prevent or reverse shut-off of utilities due to non-payment, to Town of Estes Park, Xcel, propane and other utility providers. Clients are assisted in making application to the LEAP program. Crossroads Ministry is grateful for our partnership with Energy Outreach Colorado. We encourage you to visit their website for energy conservation tips and other valuable information.
may be given when the client is unable to pay. Crossroads works closely with local pharmacies, clinics, and individual providers.
assistance may be provided for transportation to basic safety net services: medical, food, job related travel, etc.
may be provided through vouchers issued to local thrift shops and vendors, as well as through donated materials from local merchants and lodging establishments.
for Salvation Army vouchers for safety net services and for CSFP – Commodity Supplemental Food Program.
to a broad range of community agencies to provide additional resources and assistance for clients.