A Message from the Director
After more than sixteen years at Crossroads, I am retiring from my position as Executive Director. I’ve been considering this for over a year, working with my wonderful Board of Directors who have been incredibly supportive and positive in this transition. I have many happy and positive memories, mixed with some difficult and sad ones because as you know – working in the field of domestic violence is up-close and personal.
Crossroads has a remarkable group of caring advocates, attorneys, paralegals, fundraisers, grant writers, and administrative and facilities staff. It’s an organization that is critical to the community – one that has served thousands of victims of intimate partner abuse and their children since 1980.
I will continue in my position until April and I look forward to supporting Crossroads as a community volunteer in the years to come.
To view the Executive Director employment ad, click here.
For press inquiries, interviews, or other media requests please contact Kari Clark by email or by phone at (970) 530-2353.
'We see it everywhere': Domestic violence widespread in Larimer County
“I took the kids to Crossroads because I had no idea what was going on,” Myhre said. “I had no idea what to do. I was afraid that he would say, ‘This is all in her head. She’s crazy.’ But then the advocates said, ‘This is serious. This is dangerous. You need to know that this is domestic violence.'" Read the full article.
Children fill Fort Collins domestic violence shelter
"Not all of the 250 children who stayed at the Fort Collins domestic abuse shelter last year were marked by the hands of an abuser, but all have had to stitch their lives back together within Crossroads’ walls." Read the full article.