Amos House Inc

Transitional Housing
Danbury, CT
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34 Rocky Glen Road
Danbury, CT - 06813

(203) 791-9277 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. info@amoshouse.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Amos House Inc

Amos House Inc is adaptable for up to six families of various sizes, ages and needs. Participants in the program live in the facility, sharing common kitchen, dining, bath and communal areas while working on strengthening skills in the areas most important to their particular situations. Each dedicated and experienced member of the staff plays a critical role in the success of families participating in the program.  Families can stay in the facility for up to two years, depending on their needs. Hours Monday - Friday 8 am - 4 pm 

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: Amos House is dedicated to breaking the cycle of homelessness by ensuring that our 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. 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 families into the life that they so deserve.

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Anonymous - Jan 17, 2018

I am a 49 year old female receiving disability. I am looking for a sober house in the Danbury area. Please contact me with options. Thank you

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  1. I have PTSD, my fiance has Bi-Polar 2, my son has ADHD, my daughter has anxiety OCD anger, I also have a 6 year old. I have been sober from heroin for 7 years my fiance for just under 7 years. We struggle with mental health, I have a hard time with work due to my mental health I'm struggling to help myself so I can add to our income, we struggle due to my not working. posted October 30, 2019
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