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Reggie Davis worked as a Paramedic for 33 years, and simultaneously completed a 29-year Air Force Reserve military career, allowing him to retire at the rank of Chief Master Sergeant in 2008.

He has come to realize he had only saved several lives as a hands-on lifesaver, but possibly hundreds more by sharing his personal experiences as a student and graduate of The School of Hard Knocks. His life mission is to share his inspirational journey as an EMS lifesaver too prevention educator, and the grace that saved him from his own high-risk choices.

“It was over 30 years ago around 5:00 a.m., a young Paramedic crawled into an overturned car soaked in gasoline, blood and alcohol to witness three young victims take their last breaths, before rescuers could cut them out of the mangled wreck. At 7:00 a.m. he got off work and had his first drink of the day. His only thought of that morning’s tragic episode was how that kind of unlucky accident would never happen to someone like him.” Now in retirement from his public servant careers with 36 years of sobriety, Davis has several part-time job descriptions, like DUI Instructor, Veteran Court Mentor, Prison Volunteer and friend.

In his book “The Wretch in the Mirror, Looks Like Me”, Reggie shares his personal story of the grace that changed his heart and allowed him to change his mind. Reggie has been married to his best friend “Lillie” for 41 years and is the proud father of two adult prodigies, whose inspirational musical gifts are helping to heal some of the world’s hurts.

“If you inspire people to change their hearts, they can change their minds” -Reggie Davis
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After 27 years of addiction to alcohol and drugs, suicide attempts and legal trouble Tim finally had had enough! Tim finally found hope and the courage to get the help he so desperately needed to save his life. Today Tim has 1 year clean and sober and his life has changed more then he could have ever imagined. He would not change the path he had to go down because it has made him the man he has always wanted to be. Tim is grateful for his journey into sobriety and is looking forward to what life has to bring.
Chris Thompson is a serial entrepreneur, and a human who has embraced the comeback story of a life in recovery. As someone who knows how dark the path of addiction can take us, Chris founded Sober Sidekick in 2018 to help as many people as possible to start and maintain their own comeback stories.

Since that time, Sober Sidekick has grown to almost 100,000 members, with many claiming it saved their life. Chris’s core belief is that everyone deserves a chance and has dedicated his life to showing as many people as possible that they’re not alone, and they are stronger than they think they are.
Doc Marty has lived many lives within one. From ex-dj-rave star to his own addiction struggles to recovery full circle; giving back, living dreams, going to school, becoming a licensed psychologist, directing and developing treatment services, and starting a business with a book on the way. He draws from his own experience immersed in recovery communities for the past 17 years. One of the many gifts of recovery he received was the opportunity to complete a Masters and Doctorate level education with a research focus in addiction psychology and complementary/integrative treatment components. He underwent post-graduate training in evidence-based modalities of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), 12-Step Facilitation Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR), Brainspotting, Nonviolent Communication (NVC), and is a Certified Integrative Mental Health Professional and Certified Neurodynamic Breathwork facilitator. Along with a past entertainment career, Docmarty also spent a decade counseling kids in a county child protective services shelter. The past 5 years he worked in residential treatment for substance use disorder serving diverse roles of as a psychologist/therapist, integrative therapeutic program development and implementation, and clinical directing and supervision. He currently focuses on treating substance use disorders and complex trauma using primarily EMDR and brainspotting in individual therapy, he runs integrative dual diagnosis groups, and presents Holistic Recovery: Integrative mental health psychoeducation classes at differing residential treatment facilities. He is the founder of, an educational resource for the diverse paths and practices shown to complement and supercharge people’s recovery from addiction and commonly related mental health challenges. He is an author currently working on the Holistic Recovery book. His passion and purpose is to employ his joy, playfulness and creativity to share anything that helps others to not only survive and transcend addiction and mental health challenges but empower them to shine and thrive in their best life.

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