Coram Deo Recovery is dedicated to meeting the substance abuse needs of women through our programs.
Jody Davis is the Executive Director and Founder of Coram Deo Recovery. Jody has a passion to teach and empower people to believe for greater things. With over 15 years’ work experience in the field of addiction recovery and with her own story about escaping from a life of drug and alcohol addiction over 30 years ago, Jody Davis speaks across the State of CT at recovery meetings, church services, and for secular organizations and companies. There, she shares her personal story and provides support for others going through addiction or who have family members stuck in the cycle of addiction.
She has two children and has recently become part of the “grandparents club!” She loves spending time with family, playing disc golf, and reading.
Barbara was born and raised in Connecticut.
She started early in her career working in the medical field. Her mission became clear as she focused on best practices by implementing the most efficient processes to ensure the best patient care. She has been working several years in the medical field as a Practice Manager, business leader and patient advocate.
Her desire for patient and employee satisfaction became clear and encouraged her to successfully implement a training program for several hundred employees, called “The Patient Voice”. She realizes the patients voice extents from all aspects of the patient experience and their families. She is an optimist and loves to help others succeed. She is a wife, mother and grandmother and enjoys her family gatherings.
She looks forward sharing her skills, knowledge and time with Coram Deo.
Recovery Case Manager
Audrea Holley is mother of one son and has one granddaughter. She was born in South Carolina and raised in Connecticut. She has been Executive Pastor for 2 years at The Apostles House in Hartford, CT. She holds a BA degree in Biblical Studies from Vision International University. She has a strong background in business accounting and has been an educator in faith based principles for the last 15 years. Audrea has spent the past two years as a Residential Trainer, working with people with intellectual disabilities. She loves to bowl, bike and provide support to her community through outreach.
Housing Program Manager
Kristina was born and raised in CT. She will be graduating this summer of 2022, receiving her Bachelor’s in Sociology and Criminal Justice from Albertus Magnus. She has over 10 years working in the community of diversity including mental health, substance abuse, working with children with Autism and also the homeless population. She has one daughter, 13 and two fur babies , Henni and Kingg. She has always been one to put others before herself and has a passion for helping others. If she can save the world, she would. She loves to travel and spend time with friends and family. She is excited to now be apart of the team here at Coram Deo Recovery.
Outreach Case Manager
Carol Gee is originally from central Florida, growing up in a rural setting with lots of open swamp and farm land. She graduated from State College of Florida with
degrees in pre-engineering and Nursing. She worked in Nursing for 22 years with primary concentrations in Intensive Care and Emergency Departments. Previously certified as a Recovery Coach, but recently was certified as a Recovery Support Specialist. She is a mother of three and has four grandchildren.
Lady is 12 years old and has grown up with us. She loves to hang at the office and greet everyone who comes and show them her toy. She also loves to snack on the kitty food! She is always happy and easy going and spreads good cheer throughout the day.