Serving Nearly 3,500 Individuals Annually

While the Crossroads tradition has historically been to serve individuals with disabilities, we have evolved and grown to serve anyone who may have other barriers to employment such as veterans, recovering addicts, individuals with a criminal record, to help them find the right job for them.

Crossroads operates the Sacramento Works Taining Center in Citrus Heights, California, where we serve nearly 3,500 individuals annually. Here, we can help you find a job that is best suited for you and your abilities.  From resume writing to retraining, we can assess your current skills and help you create a plan to build new ones. By creating an individualized plan based on your needs, Crossroads can help you gain a competitive edge and find your next job.

In addition to our services for adults, we offer support and employment services for the youth in our community. Assistance in effective job searching, soft skills training and in-school youth case management is available through our partnership with SETA and Sacramento Works One Stop Career Centers.

If you’re not sure where to start your job search, give us at a call at (916) 676-2540 or email us at

Create a Plan

Every individual’s path in life is different – whether you are meant for a job in front of a computer or behind a lawn mower – having a sound plan is the first step towards success. At Crossroads, we will help you create a plan based on your interest, your skills, and your strengths. We will also consider any barriers you may have to finding a job, and help you outline the steps necessary to achieve your goals.

If you are ready to create a job search plan, call Crossroads at (916) 676-2540 or email us at

Prepare for Work

Whether you are looking for a job for the very first time or want to retrain to make yourself more marketable in an increasingly competitive job market, Crossroads can help you prepare for this next step. Depending on your level of experience, you may need a variety of services so that you are best positioned for a successful job search. Crossroads can provide these services.

From fundamental skills like career counseling, resume building, and interview techniques to acquiring specific technical skills like vocational training, Crossroads can provide comprehensive supportive services that individuals need to entering or re-entering the labor force.

Services that Crossroads can provide to job seekers include:

  • Soft skills training
  • Resume writing
  • Interview prep
  • Computer literacy
  • Vocational training and certification

If you want to figure out what you need to be prepared for your first or your next job, call Crossroads at (916) 676-2540 or email us at

Find Your Job and Stay Employed

Online job postings, word of mouth, “help wanted” signs on the windows of local retailers…there are so many different ways to find job opportunities. But how do you find the one that is right for you? At Crossroads, we have spent years building relationships with local businesses: taking the time to understand their workforce needs and keeping those relationships alive so that when a job seeker comes in with the right skill set to fill those needs, we can bridge the two and make a successful employee/employer match.

Crossroads has helped job seekers find jobs with businesses like Safeway, Subway, Home Depot, JimBoys Tacos and other small and large businesses. Depending on your needs and your eligibility, Crossroads may be able to provide additional services that will help you stay employed once you find your job, such as follow-along services to help coordinate employer accommodations. You may also qualify for transportation assistance, in which case Crossroads can provide public transportation vouchers.

If you want to know if you qualify for job placement and ongoing support services, call Crossroads at (916) 676-2540 or email us at

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CARF Accredited

Crossroads is CARF Accredited for Community Employment Services and Workforce Development for Job Supports and Job Development.

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