Crossways Community is a Christian charity that provides residential care and support for adults aged 18-65 with acute mental health issues.
Set up during the 1960s, Crossways offers a variety of accommodation to cater for all needs: Moxham House, a registered care home that provides round-the-clock support for 17 residents, Culverdale, a supported unit for 22 people, Bethel Court, a block of six self-contained flats suitable for more independent residents, Earl's Road, a self-contained flat for one resident and Hempson Court which currently houses two ex-Moxham House residents.
We also run regular mental health awareness programmes in schools, businesses, churches and community groups while Crossways Community Enterprises focuses on ways to combat exclusion of people with mental health difficulties.
Recognising potential, encouraging independence, achieving self worth
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New Trustee Recruitment
Crossways is looking to recruit new trustees to its board. More information here
The Times of Tunbridge Wells covers our royal visit
The local paper has front page coverage of The Countess of Wessex's visit more...
HRH The Countess of Wessex visits Crossways
Residents and staff enjoyed a royal visit more...
New Trustee for Crossways
Sabrina Lippell has joined our Board more...
50th Anniversary Thanksgiving Service
United Reformed Church in Tunbridge Wells. 2.30pm on Saturday 25th March. More details
Mental health debate in local paper
Chris appears in piece in Times of Tunbridge Wells more...
Happy new year!
Welcome to our anniversary year! There's lots planned to celebrate 50 years of Crossways in 2017.
Our football stars
Moxham House residents Ray and Mo were selected to play football for Kent recently....
Service with a smile
Fancy a coffee (and some excellent cake)? Every Tuesday morning our Residents' café opens for business.
CQC Inspection Report
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