Almost Home, Inc.

Our objective is not simply to shelter the homeless, but more importantly, to help build a path to self-sufficiency for families experiencing homelessness and housing instability.

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Ashley Dunn, Executive Director
Start Date: 2019

Ashley Dunn joined Almost Home as the Executive Director in September 2019. Ashley was born and raised in rural Iowa but has lived throughout the country. Her education and experience across the country has allowed her to develop a holistic understanding of the systemic issues that lead to homelessness and housing instability. Ashley is a National Certified Counselor and has Masters of Science in Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy from Bay Path University, as well as a Masters of Science in Marital and Family Therapy. She also obtained a Bachelors of Science in Social Work from Austin Peay Stay University.

She relocated from West Hartford, Connecticut, where she served as the Vice President of Housing Stabilization Programs at Way Finders, in Springfield, MA. She also worked as a clinician with group addictions and recovery therapy for Rushford Behavioral Health in Middletown, CT. In addition, she managed intensive in home counseling and crisis intervention services for Youth Villages in both Massachusetts and Tennessee. While working in each of these positions, she continued to see that addressing challenges was consistently difficult when housing was not stable and began to align with a Housing First and holistic approach.

When she and her family made the decision to relocate and establish permanent roots in Colorado, she knew she wanted to be a part of a mission that takes a holistic approach and Almost Home immediately aligned with her beliefs. Her experience in prevention, diversion, workforce development, rapid re-housing, stabilization services and program development felt like the perfect match with the mission and strategic direction of Almost Home. She believes that every household deserves the opportunity to live successful, self-sufficient lives and is excited to be a part of the team that is providing these services to Adams County.

Rachel Monroe, Development Director
Start Date: 2016

Rachel Monroe serves as the Development Director for Almost Home. Rachel is responsible for a variety of responsibilities including fundraising, grant proposal writing, event planning, community relations, donor relations and social media management. Rachel was most recently the Executive Director of the Fort Lupton Chamber of Commerce and prior to the Fort Lupton Chamber, Rachel was the Development/Membership Director for the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association where she managed their membership and fundraising programs during her 15-year career at the association. Rachel holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nonprofit Management and Human Services from Metro State University of Denver. Rachel is a very active member of the community, volunteering her time to local nonprofits and the City of Brighton.

Stephanie Beazley, Program Director
Start Date: 2017

Stephanie is our Shelter/Case Manager and comes to us with an amazing background and passion for helping the homeless in our community.

She has over 20 years of experience as a social worker in the non-profit sector. Stephanie has helped to create three new housing programs, two in the Denver Metro area.

Stephanie graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelor's degree in Social Work.

Crystal Moya, Office Manager / Case Manager
Start Date: 2017

Crystal wears two hats at Almost Home. She is our Office Manager and she recently began working as a Case Manager helping to assist those who need rental and utility assistance.

Crystal comes to Almost Home with a passion of providing help to the community in which she lives.

Tracey Sanchez-Guevara, Administrative Assistant
Start Date: 2019

Tracey is the newest member to our team and will be assisting with answering phones, general office assistance, pre-screening potential clients and providing resource information to those in need. Tracey is bi-lingual and speaks fluent Spanish.


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