Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.
— Francis of Assisi
 
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MIKE HELMER

Executive Director

Randy’s House was borne out of a need in my life for structure, purpose, and accountability. I had been in and out of treatment centers for the better part of my adult life which put me in a unique position to understand where the need was for people in recovery. I hope with Randy’s House we can continue to reduce stigma within communities, work a plan for the individual, reintegrate addicts in to happy healthy lives, and give back when we can.

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EMILY SPRUNK, CPRC

Peer Programming Administrator/Recovery Coach

I am a recovering heroin addict who came to Randy's House in the spring of 2017. I am a certified peer support recovery coach, acu-detox specialist, and Reiki Master.

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VICKI LUBBERS

Operations Manager

Most know her as Vic. A firm, compassionate person with a lot of humor thrown in. Vic shows a great passion in helping those who suffer from addiction. Vic is herself a person in long term recovery with a background in supervision and troubleshooting. Her goal is to guide individuals on their recovery journey with a personalized approach.

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DEB SHATTUCK, PSRC

Family Life Educator Recovery Coach

I became interested in working in recovery 30 years ago when my brother-in-law died in an alcohol related auto accident. I’ve worked in a domestic violence shelter, Headstart, MSU Extension as a Nutrition and Parenting Instructor, and 6 months with an educational therapy program for autistic children. I completed my Bachelor’s Degree internship at Randy’s House and have been full-time since July of 2017. There is nothing more rewarding than watching clients grow in their recovery, heal in their emotions, and reunite with their families.

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Jerrod nutt, PSRC

Recovery Coach

My name is Jerrod Nutt and I am an alcoholic. I spent the better half of my life drinking and using drugs. I went to treatment for the first time at age 40. It took two more visits to treatment before I came to Randy's House to face my addiction head on. Now I am sober and working with other addicts to try and guide them into better lives.

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Glen tyson, CPRC

Recovery Coach

I graduated from Ionia High in 1969 and have been a resident of Belding for the last 38 years. I have a background as a Die Maker/Machinist and have spent 25 years as a Mechanical Design Engineer. My wife Ann and I have been married for 36 years, and we have been living in recovery for over 31 years.

I have been trained and certified as a Peer Recovery Coach since 2015 while also residing on the advisory board for I/M FAN “Ionia/Montcalm Families Against Narcotics” since its conception in 2015. I work closely with the Recovery Court Teams for the 8th Circuit Court of Ionia/Montcalm counties and perform volunteer work at Relevant Recovery/Randy’s House in Greenville as a Recovery Coach.