CrossRoads aims to transform communities and save the lives of at-risk youth through education and evangelism. CrossRoads uses an innovative strategy that focuses on developing nations confronted by social crises such as AIDS, drugs, and violence. CrossRoads equips local communities with the tools to help at-risk youth turn from despair to hope, life and truth in Jesus Christ. This is done by using a world-class educational curriculum.
In 1997 after the Panama Conference, Carrol Richards (then Boland) introduced the Life at the CrossRoads curriculum to a few schools in Trinidad until 1999. Anne Marie Jaimungalsingh and Gerard Deonarine continued with CrossRoads. Later, Denise Trotman led CrossRoads until 2008. Steve and Cecile Mohammed then led CrossRoads in Trinidad. In 2001, Janidie Boodram was assigned to work with the Tobago Life at the CrossRoads team. She served in Tobago until her passing in 2006. At present in Tobago, the CrossRoads curriculum is used in all the High Schools and overseen by Kori Sinanan and Dr Maria Remy. In Trinidad in 2010 the Curriculum was being used in 9 High Schools. The Ministry of Education’s Guidance Counselors have also been trained to use the curriculum.