Our community is better for having the Child Safe Center, where children who have endured abuse can talk about what happened to them, and develop both language and coping skills to deal with their traumas. Kelly Bober tells us about how they operate, and how our community's children thrive from their time in their programs.
Branden Thomas talks with us about the growing homeless population in the valley, and how his agency is rising to meet the challenge. We also talk about his ride across America to raise money and awareness
The Shenandoah Valley Equine Rescue Network work to find and bring help to abused and neglected horses, donkeys, etc in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. Their amazing efforts have helped so many abused and neglected animals, and we discuss their mission and operations.
Since it was formed in 2014 the Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition has grown in size and increased it areas of concentration...Lauren Cummings shares some fascinating information about our area's battle with opioids and other drugs.
Kristen Laise talks with us about the renovations made to the 1918 barn and other exciting things happening at Historic Belle Grove
Captain Kelly Durant shares some of the history of the Salvation Army in Winchester as they celebrate their Centenniel!
With the recent news surrounding Cytonia Brown, the young woman freed after killing a man who purchased her for sex in 2004 when she was 14, we decided to revisit an interview we did on Human Trafficking in our valley. The information is still fresh, and alarming.
Our friend Julie is back to talk about the changes going on at Big Brothers Big Sisters. We find what the program is all about, and what their plans are going into the new year!
Larry Larsen, the director of Cyber Security for Apple Federal Credit Union took time to speak to us about how criminals are actively going after you this holiday season. You could be putting yourself in danger without even knowing it! Larry teaches us how to spot attempts on your information by criminals, where it’s safe to shop online and where it’s not, and much more!
Nancy Mango came to Crossroads to talk to us about how Bright Futures works with our school systems to identify and help students who may go hungry at home, and feed them. But that's not the only way they come to the rescue of these at-risk kids! Your eyes will open when you hear this edition of Crossroads.
Recorded on location at the Winchester Rescue Mission on North Cameron Street in Winchester, Executive Director Brandon Thomas tells us about the state of the homeless living in our community, and the efforts his organization are making to not only house them, but to feed them and to nourish their souls.
Head volunteer of the Dental Clinic of the Northern Shenandoah Valley Allison Smith talks to us about the growing need for their free/reduced-charge services, and the benefits to our community.