The mission of Generations Crossing is to serve our community by providing compassionate, high quality, intergenerational care that encourages connection, growth, and fellowship.
Generations Crossing offers a friendly and stimulating environment for adults unable to be home alone during the day. Participants are provided the opportunity to maintain the highest level of independence by promoting social, physical, intellectual, and emotional well-being. Participants enjoy the company of other adults and access to direct medical care provided by our nursing staff.
Children from 6 weeks old through 9 years of age are cared for at Generations Crossing with daily activities appropriate to the nurturing and development of each age. Our program is designed to allow children to explore and discover at their own pace with guidance to help them reach their fullest potential.
Unique to our program is the special opportunity for adults and children to develop meaningful relationships with all ages within our loving, intergenerational setting. Regular interaction with children encourages special relationships that build caring, respect, pride, and dignity between generations.
Generations Crossing is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, licensed by the Virginia Department of Social Services for adult and child day care. Generations Crossing is governed by a Board of Directors. The center receives funding from the United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, and is supported by additional contributions from individuals, businesses, churches and civic groups.
Generations Crossing started in 2002 at Park View Mennonite and moved to our new location on Taylor Spring Lane in January of 2009. Now the daycare can provide activities and programs for 24 adults and up to 108 children.