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My name is Jason Holman. I'm originally from Rumford, ME and recently moved to Oklahoma after accepting a position at Reckless. I suffered through opiate addiction for many years and recently found hope through a rehab that accepted me without any cost to myself and my family. I know what it's like to be in a position where you're hopeless, broke and have no idea what to do next. My focus is to serve here and make sure that others get the same opportunity I did and get set from from addiction.
Im 37 years old, from Cherokee Oklahoma. I’ve fulfilled and graduated from a long term treatment program with the goal in mind to reunite with my son, and join The Reckless Saints workforce. I have done both so far and I’m looking forward to growing my skills and talents within the cause of helping addicts get into treatment, so they can experience the same freedom and success I have in my recovery.
Hi, I’m Vincent I’m 30 years old, and I used to be addicted to pretty much anything I could get my hands on, With the help of THE RECKLESS SAINTS and long term treatment I’m now 4 years sober.
Kelsie is 26 years old, and from Pryor, OK. After struggling with addiction for 10 years, and losing everything, Kelsie went into long-term treatment at Teen Challenge. God restored everything in Kelsie's life, and gave her a passion to help people who are addicted and lost. Now, Kelsie works getting women into treatment. (Not a resident of the House of Reckless)
My name is Amber Kreps. I grew up in Goltry, OK. My dad was a drug addict, which impacted my childhood greatly. He lost his battle with drugs the year after I graduated high school. Although his addiction placed our family in difficult situations, he taught me some of the hardest and most important lessons in life through those times. My husband and I moved to Pryor to be closer to our local church family and raise our children.
I am blessed to work with the Reckless Saints
Kaci is 24 years old. She is from Salina, OK and has been apart of the Reckless Saints since November of 2019. She prints the Reckless T-shirts that we make to raise money to place addicts into treatment.