KENTON — Crossroads Crisis Center in Hardin County will close later this month due to a reduction in funding, according to a statement issued by Christel Keller, executive director of the Crossroads Crisis Center. The agency has served domestic violence survivors in Allen and Hardin counties since 1980 and has had a presence in Hardin County since 2012.
“Crossroads did not come to this decision lightly,” said Keller. “As a non-profit organization, we depend highly on grant funding. When funding is reduced, there are tough decisions that must be made. These decisions are made to sustain the core of the organization and the agency mission.
“This will not change the services Crossroads provides to Hardin County survivors,” said Keller.
Domestic violence survivors who are in need of services may call 419-228-4357 for assistance.