Road to Home at Amos House is dedicated to breaking the cycle of homelessness by ensuring that our female residents have the opportunity to achieve the competencies required for permanent, self-sufficient independent living. That said, we are well aware that each individual in our program has a unique story and subsequently unique needs. Road to Home at Amos House is focused on customizing programming to nurture life skills, job skills and coping skills that will ultimately serve to help residents successfully launch themselves and their children into the life that they so deserve.
Our Executive Director, Jennifer Seeley is responsible for the daily operation and management of our facility and program. Jennifer works directly with participants and manages agency and shelter coordination, Greater Danbury community relations, grant writing and regulatory compliance. She also provides oversight for a small administrative staff and our case mangers who work directly with participating families helping them to outline their goals, implement the necessary steps for success and monitors progress along the way.
Volunteers play a critical role in executing our programming and keeping Road to Home fully operational.
Board of Directors
A volunteer Board of Directors, made up of individuals from surrounding communities, is charged with program direction and oversight including fundraising that is so vital to sustaining Road to Home at Amos House's mission. The Board meets on a monthly basis with the Director to discuss policy and develop both short and long range plans that include fundraising, facility management/maintenance, publicity, staffing/personnel and financing. Board members serve two-year terms and are integral to the success of the program.
Members of the Road to Home at Amos House