Todd Quiggle is site and program director of the newest addition to Damascus Way; the Shakopee House. Opened in November of 2021 in partnership with Scott County Community Corrections, the Shakopee House currently houses and serves 4 residents in the process of reintegration and transformation. As site director, Todd oversees the fundamental functions of the site and program including: community relationships with stakeholders, clergy and donors. Todd assists men with referrals, case management and the navigation of housing and career pathways as well as spiritual and community connections.
Todd has a storied history with Damascus Way that has created a personal bond to our ministry. First employed with Damascus Way around 2009, Todd has since given years of employment and volunteer service to the organization. Todd was also himself a former resident and successful graduate of Damascus Way around 1996/97. During this time, the Lord delivered Todd from addiction and Damascus Way played a significant role in catalyzing this. After his time as a resident, Todd felt God tugging on his heart to return to work at Damascus Way in order to assist men with the same kind of help that was so freely given to him during his own time in the program. In recent years, Todd has had the opportunities to pursue higher education, earning an Associate of Science in Addiction, Alcohol and Drug Counseling at MCTC. He followed this up with a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) at Metro State.
Todd is a proud father to two sons and as pastimes he enjoys golfing, fishing and spending time with his family! Ephesians 2:8-10 is Todd’s life verse and he considers his work with Damascus Way to be an honor and a privilege. There is no greater joy than seeing a man reach his full potential on the road to becoming the person they were designed to be.