Jeremy's Family and biggest supporter's
Jeremy Savin - Director - CSC-AD
Humble House Recovery is a dream come true for Jeremy and his family. After more than a decade in active addiction, and years of incarceration, he surrendered to the fact that he has the disease of addiction, became willing to try something different and asked for help. During his last incarceration, he became active in the institutional 12 step meetings and contacted an old friend, Brian, who at that time had a year and a half sober and was active in 12-step recovery. Brian began visiting Jeremy during his last incarceration and began walking him through the 12-step process.
Jeremy was later released to Second Genesis, a long-term treatment program, where he began to strengthen his recovery skills and build new, healthy relationships. It was during that time his counselor, Dwayne, inspired him to work in the field of addictions. Upon completion of Second Genesis, he went to a local recovery house, Oxford House Annapolis. Jeremy often says going to the Oxford House was the most pivotal and beneficial decision in his long-term recovery.
Jeremy then began his career in the helping profession with an intake position at Hope House Treatment Center. Over a 4-year period, he worked his way up to become the Director of Marketing. He enrolled in Anne Arundel Community College where he majored in Addiction Counseling and obtained his Associate's Degree. He later acquired licensing through the Board of Professional Counselors as a Certified Supervised Counselor (CSC-AD). While working at Hope House, he also worked as an outpatient counselor at First Step Recovery Center and later at the Talbot County Health Department as an outpatient counselor. Jeremy left his career with Hope House and Talbot County to accept a position as Operations Manager at Impact DUI where he worked from March 2013-May 2016. During that time he also did volunteer work with The IMPACT Society, Impact DUI's non-profit sister company.
Jeremy left that position to pursue his own dream and began looking for the right housing and location to open Humble House Recovery. He is now thrilled to have opened 3 men's recovery residences on the Eastern Shore and give back to the community he grew up in and loves so much. He remains active in 12-step recovery, continues to work with his sponsor Brian and other men in the program. Jeremy is in hopes that Humble House will provide all the same opportunities he received during his time at the Oxford House and continues to receive in 12-step recovery.
Matt James, Craig Harper and Jeremy Team Humble #2020
Bridgette Lundfelt - Outreach Director
Office of Community Initiatives
Office of the Governor