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Road to Home Programs

A Focus On Skills to Facilitate a Transition to Independence.

Road to Home at Amos House is a transitional living facility serving the greater Danbury area, dedicated to ensuring that homeless women and their children have the opportunity to achieve the competency and wherewithal required for permanent, self-sufficient and independent living.

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All applicants must

Program Requirements

  • Demonstrate the ability and willingness to help themselves and accept professional guidance.

  • Be without a permanent home.

  • Be referred by an accredited agency and/or shelter.

  • Complete a rigorous application process.

  • Be amenable to living in a semi-communal setting; be substance-free.

  • Contribute 30% of their adjusted gross income (less allowances for children) to the program costs.

  • Commit to complete their program within a specific time period (two year maximum).

Once accepted, a program specific to the applicant's needs is developed by the Road to Home at Amos House staff. Programs may take up to two years depending upon individual circumstances.

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Individualized development plan may include

  • Therapy to manage stress, depression and self-esteem issues

  • Communication and problem solving for successful co-habitation

  • Practical help with basic living skills

  • Nutritional counseling

  • Parenting skills

  • Household budgeting

  • Co-dependency support groups

  • How to tools: renting an apartment, day-care, parent/teacher relations

  • Healthy family recreational activities

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Furthermore, effective July 2019

Road to Home at Amos House works in tandem with other local organizations to expand programming offered to our clients including:

  •  Workplace skills

  •  Job search assistance

  •  Employability enhancement programming

  •  Computer literacy and other technical skills


Road to Home at Amos House residents are compelled to participate in this critical training opportunity in order to facilitate their ultimate transition to independent living.


Other workshops and development programs, using certified  external professionals, may be added as they befit individual situations.  Ultimately, Road to Home at Amos House seeks to customize a program that best suits the resident.

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