Crossroads Adult Home
Crossroads Adult Home is located at 120 Gifford Street, on our campus in Syracuse. Operated by the Syracuse Rescue Mission, Crossroads is a 59-bed, congregate care Level 3, residence for men licensed by the New York State Department of Health.
Staffed 24 hours a day, Crossroads provides a positive environment that encourages self-sufficiency, as well as:
- Assistance with administering medication
- On-site health care coordinator
- Case management
- Three meals and two snacks daily
- An activities program
- Six lounges with cable TV
- Free laundry facilities
- Free telephones
- Spiritual care on a voluntary basis
All services are included in the fee of $1,261 per month
What is Congregate Care?
Congregate care is a shared living environment designed to serve individuals who are unable to function with complete independence. There are three levels of congregate care settings:
Level 1: Receiving family care
Level 2: Receiving residential care
Level 3: Receiving enhanced residential care
What is an Adult Home?
In New York State, an Adult Home is defined in the law as an Adult Care Facility that offers long-term, supportive residential care, including a private or semi-private room, all meals and snacks, housekeeping, laundry, 24-hour supervision, assistance with the self-administration of medications, personal care assistance, case management services and structured activity programs.
For More Information
If you have a potential candidate and would like more information regarding Crossroads, please contact us to start the application process.
Contact: Rae Martin, Crossroads Program Manager