Aubrey Calvert is new to the recovery field but carries with her 13 years of patient care experience in the medical field. She received her CDCA certification in 2016 and with that transitioned into working in recovery. Aubrey’s drive to working in recovery stems from her own journey into sobriety. Her journey began in recovery housing which adds to her belief and passion to support and guide women in recovery housing with love, tolerance, personal experiences and hope. “Recovery housing brought me to this program and this program saved my life.” Aubrey, a newlywed to her husband Nick, resides in Elyria, where she has lived most of her life. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and friends as well as cooking, refinishing furniture, decorating and redecorating her home. Aubrey is an enthusiastic OSU fan and a stellar softball player. Aubrey’s gratitude for her life today is a direct result of her program. She believes giving back in her program and volunteering in her community is essential part of recovery. She is a firm believer that God is good…ALWAYS!
158 Irondale Street
Elyria, OH 44035
(440) 309 - 4284
Steven Geiger is excited to be starting his new career in the recovery field. After receiving his Bachelor’s in Liberal Arts from Bowling Green State University, Steve has worked in sales and real estate and has been a substitute teacher for the Midview School District. Since his life in sobriety began he has been extremely active in the 12-step community and has seen first-hand the need for recovery housing. “Everything I have in my life today rests upon a foundation of sobriety which was built with the support of others. It is a blessing to be in a position to help others on their road to recovery.” Today, Steven lives the quiet life on his family’s farmhouse in Grafton and fills his free time with meetings, movies and comedy podcasts.
Jeffrey Kamms is the Executive Director and co-founder of the Road to Hope, a recovery housing program for individuals with substance abuse issues. Along with his staff, Jeff enjoys the challenge of bringing individuals from their dysfunctional living environments and fatal states of mind and body, to happier, healthier, motivated individuals and integrating them back into the community, and, more importantly, their family, as successful and committed members of the Twelve Step community. With over 18 years experience in recovery and over 9 years experience as director of the Road to Hope, Jeff often finds himself drawing off the secret weapon that God has equipped him with: an unparalleled network of individuals and volunteers that profoundly step in and impact the lives of everyone involved. Jeff has a niche for reading the heart of an individual, and he often says "Even with all the procedures and formats that are out there, I will always love the personal touch of sitting down with each individual and having our hearts touch in a way that is unexplainable." Under Jeff's leadership the Road to Hope has grown from 1 house servings 6 individuals in 2007, to 2 houses in 2009 serving 12 individuals, to 3 houses in 2010 serving 20, to currently having a 12,000 square ft. facility and 2 houses serving 34 men and 18 women plus a meeting facility and event center serving countless individuals. Along with another location that is on the horizon in the near future. Jeff lives in Lorain county with his lovely, supportive wife Kristina and his 3 wonderful children. When not following his calling, Jeff enjoys camping, hunting, and building on his relationship with God. Jeff's motivation for life is something that came from an instrumental person in his life. Her name was Becky and she said this: "Nobody said it would be easy, but it will be worth it." Jeff can be reached at the email address listed above, he looks forward to hearing from you. God Bless!
"Nobody said it would be easy, they said it would be worth it." | The Road to Hope House, Inc. © 2016 | All Rights Reserved