NEWS AND EVENTS

Keep up to date with all things At The Crossroads!

News And Events

Keep up to date with all things At The Crossroads!
HundredX Collaboration

HundredX Collaboration

Donate to ATC this month without spending a dollar! Introducing ATC’s collaboration with HundredX!
Get to Know ATC’s Newest Counselor!

Get to Know ATC’s Newest Counselor!

A coffee chat with Angel Baten on what brought him to At The Crossroads
Checking In With Valerie McEntee

Checking In With Valerie McEntee

An enlightening conversation with an ATC Senior Supportive Services Counselor on what makes ATC unique
Taking A Walk With ATC’s Newest Counselor

Taking A Walk With ATC’s Newest Counselor

Raye Narra, Supportive Services Counselor (Left), and Lee Ribeiro, Communications and Engagement (Right), taking a walk outside At The Crossroads’ downtown office
FAQ and Information about ATC’s Leadership Transition

FAQ and Information about ATC’s Leadership Transition

Breaking down Charles Lerner’s transition out of his role at ATC and what it means for the organization and our community
ATC’s Annual Impact Report and Fall Round Table

ATC’s Annual Impact Report and Fall Round Table

Read about our latest program developments, progress towards our strategic directions, and register for our Fall Roundtable as we reflect on this past year together.
#NoFinishLines

#NoFinishLines

This December, we’re excited to introduce #NoFinishLines. A 5-part weekly series that will take you on Jamal’s journey, and what it looks like to build trust, offer unconditional support, and build long-term transformational relationships.
ATC Key Initiatives: 2022

ATC Key Initiatives: 2022

ATCs bold initiatives for the year ahead
Testing Assumptions and Measuring Impact: Creating a Data-Informed Culture at ATC

Testing Assumptions and Measuring Impact: Creating a Data-Informed Culture at ATC

An update on our strategic goal to integrate meaningful data into our program work
Passing the Baton

Passing the Baton

A Farewell Message from Charles
Introducing Artavia Berry, ATC’s next Executive Director

Introducing Artavia Berry, ATC’s next Executive Director

The time has come for me to pass the baton off to Artavia Berry, ATC’s new Executive Director. I couldn’t go without sending you one last message.
Welcome to At The Crossroads, Artavia!

Welcome to At The Crossroads, Artavia!

We are very excited to welcome Artavia Berry aboard as At The Crossroads’ new Executive Director.
#25YearsOfATC: 2021-22 Annual Impact Report

#25YearsOfATC: 2021-22 Annual Impact Report

Celebrating At The Crossroads’ 25-year anniversary! Read our latest Annual Impact Report
Calling All Bakers!

Calling All Bakers!

Help ATC make this holiday season extra sweet for our youth.

We need your help to stock our prep room!

Host a drive at your work, place of worship, or school to help gather much-needed supplies for homeless youth.
Get Creative to Raise Much-Needed Support for ATC

Get Creative to Raise Much-Needed Support for ATC

Try something new to raise much-needed support for disconnected youth on the streets.
ATC’s Staff Bust Myths About Harm Reduction

ATC’s Staff Bust Myths About Harm Reduction

Selection from our Spring 2019 Newsletter: Harm Reduction in Social Services

ATC’s Clients Share Their Experiences Accessing Services

This fall, our clients sat down with us and boldly shared the challenges and obstacles they’ve faced as they’ve tried to meet their basic needs and take steps towards achieving their life goals. You can read their remarkable stories in our latest newsletter, Navigating the Complex Maze of Services.

Simulation: Solve the Maze to Meet Your Basic Needs

Below is a maze to simulate what someone might go through while experiencing homelessness and trying to meet their day-to-day needs. Everything in the maze is based on the lived experiences of our clients, or people in similar circumstances.
ATC moved into our brand-new, long-term home!

ATC moved into our brand-new, long-term home!

Check out our office at 167 Jessie Street
20th-Anniversary Newsletter

20th-Anniversary Newsletter

In celebration of our 20th anniversary, we interviewed more than 30 clients, current and former staff and members of our community of support to create an oral history of At The Crossroads.
Hear ATC’s Clients in Their Own Words

Hear ATC’s Clients in Their Own Words

Program Manager, Demaree Miller reflects on his work with clients.
20 Years of Meeting Clients Where They’re At

20 Years of Meeting Clients Where They’re At

Program Manager, Anna Fai shares what it really means to meet clients where they’re at.
Important Announcement from ATC’s Founder

Important Announcement from ATC’s Founder

Founding Executive Director, Rob Gitin shares an important update.
Welcome to At The Crossroads, Charles!

Welcome to At The Crossroads, Charles!

We are very excited to welcome Charles Lerner, MFT, aboard as At The Crossroads’ new Executive Director.
ATC is Joining the Rising Up Program

ATC is Joining the Rising Up Program

An update on our direct services.
ATC’s Covid-19 Relief Efforts

ATC’s Covid-19 Relief Efforts

ATC’s goal is to provide the services that people on the streets most need as well as important information about how to stay as safe during this pandemic.

Help ATC Increase our youth supplies budget

Sign up to friendraise for ATC this spring!
The Year Ahead: ATC’s 2021 Strategic Initiatives

The Year Ahead: ATC’s 2021 Strategic Initiatives

In 2020, ATC’s staff and board came together to create a strategic plan for our organization that looks a few years out. Here is what we plan to accomplish over the next year.
Rising Up Initiative has Launched

Rising Up Initiative has Launched

Last month, ATC met with our first participants through Rising Up
A Great City Would Do Better

A Great City Would Do Better

At The Crossroads envisions a Bay Area where no one is left behind and we have eliminated chronic homelessness. Will you help us get there?
Building Bridges: Honest Discussions On Real Solutions To Homelessness

Building Bridges: Honest Discussions On Real Solutions To Homelessness

Join nonprofit leaders with diverse perspectives in an honest discussion on what it will take to find a community solution to homelessness
Building Bridges: Why Now?

Building Bridges: Why Now?

Did you know that San Francisco’s unhoused residents don’t have access to the lowest international standards for water and sanitation? In this week’s #BuildingBridges blog, we take a hard look at ourselves as a community and the importance of coming together to solve this humanitarian crisis.
Building Bridges: What‘s getting in the way?

Building Bridges: What‘s getting in the way?

A siloed system, spending without vision, & stigma against those in need are just a few of the barriers that stand in our way of moving towards solutions to chronic homelessness.
Building Bridges: Where Does All The Money Go?

Building Bridges: Where Does All The Money Go?

San Francisco spends more than $300 million a year trying to find solutions to homelessness, yet the number of individuals experiencing homelessness rises year after year. Which begs the question, “Where does all the money go?” In this week’s #BuildingBridges blog we follow the money to see how it trickles down to the individuals who need it most… or sometimes doesn’t.
How Can I Stay Involved?

How Can I Stay Involved?

Following the lively Building Bridges virtual event, we have put together a list of various ways to stay engaged and help build a more compassionate and equitable Bay Area. Here’s how you can stay involved and continue #BuildingBridges
Join us on Mt. Tam for Summer SunDay 2018!

Join us on Mt. Tam for Summer SunDay 2018!

Enjoy a gorgeous hike and raise money for a great cause.
We need more pants for our clients. Can you help us?

We need more pants for our clients. Can you help us?

Learn more about ATC’s Pants Drive.
#GTstreamathon

#GTstreamathon

Catch ATC’s segment on the #GTstreamathon for Giving Tuesday!
10th Annual Summer SunDay Sign Ups are Live!

10th Annual Summer SunDay Sign Ups are Live!

This June 23rd, you can help At The Crossroads build a San Francisco where no young person on the streets is alone.
You’re Invited: Be Bold with At The Crossroads

You’re Invited: Be Bold with At The Crossroads

Join us on October 17th to meet ATC’s new Executive Director, hear our vision for the upcoming year, and unite with other community members.
Join us for a live discussion on 5/27

Join us for a live discussion on 5/27

On May 27th, from 6:30-7:30 pm, please join At The Crossroads for a live panel with several of our direct service staff members and the Executive Director.
Building Bridges: Why Now?

Building Bridges: Why Now?

Did you know that San Francisco’s unhoused residents don’t have access to the lowest international standards for water and sanitation? In this week’s #BuildingBridges blog, we take a hard look at ourselves as a community and the importance of coming together to solve this humanitarian crisis.
Building Bridges: Honest Discussions On Real Solutions To Homelessness

Building Bridges: Honest Discussions On Real Solutions To Homelessness

Join nonprofit leaders with diverse perspectives in an honest discussion on what it will take to find a community solution to homelessness
Building Bridges: What‘s getting in the way?

Building Bridges: What‘s getting in the way?

A siloed system, spending without vision, & stigma against those in need are just a few of the barriers that stand in our way of moving towards solutions to chronic homelessness.
Building Bridges: Where Does All The Money Go?

Building Bridges: Where Does All The Money Go?

San Francisco spends more than $300 million a year trying to find solutions to homelessness, yet the number of individuals experiencing homelessness rises year after year. Which begs the question, “Where does all the money go?” In this week’s #BuildingBridges blog we follow the money to see how it trickles down to the individuals who need it most… or sometimes doesn’t.
How Can I Stay Involved?

How Can I Stay Involved?

Following the lively Building Bridges virtual event, we have put together a list of various ways to stay engaged and help build a more compassionate and equitable Bay Area. Here’s how you can stay involved and continue #BuildingBridges

Building Bridges: Conversation Starters

Want to get the conversation started in your community? Here are some discussion prompts you can use with friends to start new conversations around homelessness in our community.

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