Priscilla Fox-Morrill has served as the Director of Homeless Services for over 20 years. She is an authority on homelessness in Montgomery County and a community leader who has tirelessly advocated for closing gaps in services for the homeless. She started her career by spearheading the original shelter program that became the Wilkins Avenue Women’s Assessment Center. She has partnered with DHHS and all other homeless service providers in Montgomery County in creating almost every new program for homeless individuals in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, including the Horizon House program and Becky’s House. She also led IW in efforts to operate Community Vision, the Vocational Services Program, Watkins Mill, and Carroll House. The newest program she has developed is Interfaith Homes. Ms. Fox-Morrill completed her Master’s Degree coursework in Community Counseling and has more than 23 years of experience serving the homeless, developing and managing programs, and training and supervising shelter staff.
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Program Director, Homeless Services and Housing – Priscilla Fox-Morrill