Crossroads of Michigan is a social service outreach agency with two locations in Detroit. It was founded in 1971 and provides emergency assistance, advocacy, and counseling, acting in partnership with other agencies, parishes, hospitals, companies, and organizations in the metro area. The nonprofit works with its clients to meet immediate needs and help them assess their situations to lessen the likelihood of future problems. Crossroads runs a soup kitchen each Sunday and a summer lunch program for children and their parents. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization is disinfecting high traffic objects and areas including phones, door handles, computers, bathrooms, and volunteer work stations; providing hand sanitizer, soap, and cleansers; limiting services to basic needs such as food, clothing, and hygiene products; limiting hours of operation; closing the East Side office until further notice; closing the main office on Saturdays; and offering food from the Sunday soup kitchen as a takeout service. The organization still seeks donations of food, baby care items, hygiene products, money, and more. During the month of October, the organization is specifically requesting socks.