Humble House Director

Jeremy Savin

       Humble House is owned and operated by Jeremy Savin. Jeremy has many years of experience in the recovery world. After spending more than a decade in active addiction and incarceration he surrendered, became willing to try something different and asked for help. He wrote a letter from prison to his old friend BK who, at that time, had a year and a half clean and sober and was active in 12-step recovery. BK 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, Jeremy went to a local recovery house, Oxford House Annapolis. Jeremy often say’s going to the Oxford House was the most pivotal and beneficial decision in his long-term recovery. Now with over 11 years sober, he remains active in 12-step recovery, continues to work with his sponsor BK, and they share a home group Wednesday night on Kent Island. Jeremy began his career in the helping profession 8 years ago 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 also enrolled in Anne Arundel Community College where he majored in Addiction Counseling and obtained licensing through the Board of Professional Counselors in January 2011. While working at Hope House, he also worked as an outpatient counselor at First Step Recovery Center from 2011-2012 and then at the Talbot County Health Department as an outpatient counselor from 2012-2013. Jeremy left his career with Hope House and Talbot County to join his friend from Second Genesis, Danny B., and get in on the ground floor of a new program. He took the position as Operations Manager at Impact DUI and worked there 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 and took a break from the field to travel Latin America for 3 months to do volunteer work while also taking Spanish lessons and study the culture. Upon returning he was drawn back to the field he loves and began looking for the right houses and locations to open Humble House Recovery. He is now thrilled to be opening 2 recovery homes on the Eastern Shore and give back to the community he grew up in and loves so much. He 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.