Author: Patrice Williams

Love Multiplied: An Adoption Story
Being a police officer and a social worker, Rob and Kristen Martin are no strangers to serving others. Rob has been on the police force for 12 years, and Kristen [...]
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Changing Lives through Day Treatment Services
Crossnore’s Day Treatment program does amazing work. Passionate, all-in staff members make up the program. And they are committed to doing whatever it takes to walk them to success. The [...]
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Blossoming Hope: Alana’s Story
Alana Fisher has a smile that lights up the room. She rushes in with a contagious energy and immediately introduces herself and her mom, Anna. She’s confident, polite, and exudes [...]
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Becoming Part of our Village
There are many fun volunteer roles at Crossnore, but Director of Community Outreach, Kim King, says that the role of Cottage Sponsor may just be the best of all. “It’s [...]
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Staff Spotlight: Yvette Floyd
Yvette Floyd was born and raised in Winston-Salem and joined Crossnore as a Cottage Parent four years ago. She now serves as an Assistant Residential Director on our Winston campus.
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Donor Spotlight: Tina Anderson
It all started with big, red, silly noses. Tina Anderson, a Walgreens Shift Lead, wanted to bless the children of Crossnore as part of Walgreens Red Nose program, along with [...]
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Seeding the Future
When the Twin City Garden Club (TCGC) in Winston-Salem asked Crossnore’s Miracle Grounds Farm for a project request, little did they know that the answer would lead them on a [...]
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Beauty from Ashes: Creating Hope in a Time of Loss
Gena Cook is no stranger to loss. In May of 2016, her beloved 19-year-old son unexpectedly passed away. In October of that same year, she lost her father in a [...]
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Crossnore Heroes: Our Clinical Services Team
When the state of North Carolina shut down earlier this year in March, our clinical services teams had to adapt quickly in order to provide vital mental health services to [...]
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Building Trust, Healing Hearts
Volunteering is a good thing. Volunteering to serve and love on at-risk children is an even better thing. But often, when we volunteer, it turns out to be a bit [...]
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