Crossroads, a leading social enterprise organization helping people with disabilities get jobs for a better future, announced today that its for-profit commercial janitorial and landscaping business is opening a new market in hospitality.

Crossroads operates a nonprofit dedicated to helping people with disabilities, engage educational opportunities and find a path forward. It also operates a for-profit commercial janitorial and landscaping business in west-coast markets, including Sacramento, Bay Area, Seattle and Dallas.

The commercial services include complete landscaping, janitorial and custodial services to government facilities, corporate facilities, retail and gated communities. Because of demand, Crossroads has opened up a new category in hospitality.

“At Crossroads, we are all about passion at work,” said Scott F. Miller, Crossroads Director of Operations. “And we bring that passion to every client we serve. Because of success in other categories, opportunities have opened in hospitality, working with hotels, hotel chains, restaurant chains and other hospitality properties. We’re excited because this fits our business model and we have great field crews ready to help.”

As a social enterprise, Crossroads takes profits from its commercial services to help fund nonprofit services for people with disabilities, helping them build a more productive and sustainable life through employment, education and life planning.