Jody Davis, Executive Director
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 10 years’ work experience in the field of addiction recovery and also with a success story about escaping from a life of drug and alcohol addiction over 25 years ago, Jody Davis speaks across the State of CT at recovery meetings, church services and for secular organizations and companies where she shares her personal story and provides support for others going through addiction or who have family members ensnared in this ugly lifestyle.
Additionally, Jody loves to encourage others in their gifts and passions and helping them get from where they are to where they want to be. As a Life Coach she provides Life Coaching skills to individuals and groups that want to experience true breakthrough in their lives and see tremendous levels of success.
She lives in New Britain, CT with her husband Jon, while their two children are currently living in other parts of the world.
Tania Vives, Housing Program Manager
A graduate of Eastern CT State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Minor in Criminology, Tania has spent most of her career working for Hartford Healthcare at Natchaug hospital as a Mental Health worker. She is bi-lingual and has numerous certifications, including Domestic Violence Counselor, Sexual Assault Crisis Counselor and Non-Violent Crisis Prevention.
A native of New Britain, Tania is excited to be a part of the Coram Deo Recovery Team, giving back to the community where she was raised. She believes her purpose is to use her positive energy and caring nature to support and inspire others to see life and experience greater things.
In her spare time Tania loves to spend time with family, play Dutch Blitz, ride bikes and take care of her bird, Tweety
Alicia Franzese, Certified Recovery Coach
Having once been a resident of our organization, Alicia Franzese has worked at Coram Deo Recovery since 2012. After initially entering our program she began to volunteer a couple of days a week in the office, answering phones and sorting mail. She moved on to become a Resident Assistant. As an RA she was responsible for welcoming new residents, answering questions, reinforcing the rules and general housekeeping.
Today she provides Recovery Coaching and Peer to Peer Mentoring. She is also our resident driver and she has the privilege of driving our company vehicle. She is a mom and a grandma and she loves spending time with her grandchildren. In her spare time she bowls in a league and spends time with her sister. She hopes to become the first one in her family to graduate from college.
I was born and raised right here in New Britain, I currently hold an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice that I earned at Tunxis Community College. I am now a Full Time student in pursue of my bachelor’s degree in Social Work at Central Connecticut State University. I am bilingual and excited to be entering a field where I will be touching the lives of strong women wanting a change. I am very passionate in this field, I am hoping to learn and grow with you all.
I can’t wait to be a part of some of your journeys, as I know some of them won’t be easy but I am positive it’ll be worth it. As I know the joy of life, isn’t handed to us we just work hard for it. If hard work is required to receive that then hard work well put in. I’ll be right there with you all :)
“Everything will be okay at the end; if it’s not okay then it’s not the end”
On my free time, I am a mommy to a wonderful 3 year old little girl that has stolen my whole entire heart. She keeps me on my toes at all times and I am loving every single minute of it!!!