The Welsh outfit will be able to use the Super League club’s training and medical facilities, while Warrington’s squad members can get game time with the Crusaders.
“We’re teaming up with them this year,” Wire head coach Tony Smith told BBC Radio Merseyside.
“All players will be registered with North Wales so anybody who is not able to make the first team for us will have an opportunity to play for them.
“It’s logical. They’re not far down the road and it’s an area of the country that we’re very closely associated with.
“We’re really pleased to have that partnership going and looking forward to developing that partnership over the coming years.”