Meet Robin, David and Deborah. They are among the greatest examples of what Crossroads is all about.
When they came to Crossroads, Robin, David and Deborah were all diagnosed with at least one disability – and all were unemployed. Despite having at least one severe disability, they all wanted to work. Our employment services staff found the most appropriate jobs for them – on the janitorial crew for our nonprofit parent company on a highly visible federal job site. Robin, David and Deborah have been part of the crew at the Robert Matsui Federal Courthouse in downtown Sacramento since before its grand opening in 1998. They, along with other staff members, are responsible for more than half a million square feet of space over the span of 16 floors, including outdoor landscaping.
She has a learning disability and struggles almost daily with severe anxiety.
Robin has been a Crossroads employee since 1998.
She is proud of the work she does each day and loves working in the most “beautiful building with the best view in town.”
He has schizophrenia and bipolarism.
David has been with Crossroads for nearly three decades and calls this job something that has “reinforced normality” in his life.
Having a job gives him the ability to remain stable in his symptoms, and help his sister raise his nephew.
She has a learning disability, speech impediments and struggles with depression.
Deborah has been a Crossroads employee for more than 14 years.
She is certain that without a job at Crossroads, she would be unemployed – completely dependent on government disability payments.
Crossroads is proud of the success of our employees like Robin, David and Deborah.
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