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 Ray Adamyk, Executive Director

 Ray Adamyk is the founder and president of Spectra Company, the largest historic restoration company in the western United States, which is headquartered in Pomona, and has been in business for over 25 years. Ray is an Emeritus Trustee for the California Preservation Foundation, while holding memberships in the Association of Preservation Technology International, the National Trust, Los Angeles Conservancy, and the Western Association for Art Conservation. His historic preservation projects have received recognition from the National Trust, California Preservation Foundation, Los Angeles Conservancy, Long Beach Heritage, and Pasadena Heritage. In addition, Ray is an American Institute of Architects’ Affiliate Member in Los Angeles and is a graduate of Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Ray has been involved in recovery service work for many years.  Most recently, he has served on TEAM Leadership for Celebrate Recovery.  He is also the Founder and Director of The Village in Pomona California. The Village serves at risk youth.

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Late Izzy Farrach, Co-Founder (Deceased)

Izzy spent decades struggling with addiction and substance abuse leading to a variety of damaging experiences, including homelessness, crime and family crisis. The most permanent damage came in the form of life threatening illnesses, including hepatitis C and cirrhosis of the liver, from which he suffered even as he served our program attendees and a variety of other ministries.

Entering recovery 1994 and awaiting a necessary liver transplant, Izzy was compelled to share his experiences and testimony with men who are committed to recovery. As a single father of two boys and a widower after his wife Shawna passed away in 2013, he understood and respected the wide range of experiences that our program attendees bring with them.

Izzy also believed that the two years he spent in a sober living home played a large role in his long-term recovery and he always hoped that Izzy’s Place (our La Verne location) would play the same role in the lives of all our program attendees. He served as our first manager at Izzy’s Place – the home in La Verne that we named after him. 

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Rob Redmon, Program Director

Rob Redmon serves Homes of Promise as the Program Director. He comes from a background of childhood abuse that led to self-destructive behavior from the ages of 13 to 20 which included self-mutilation, drugs and alcohol.

However, as is sometimes the case with addiction, the personal struggles and demands of life took their toll, and alcohol again found its way back into Rob’s life. No matter what he tried to do to feel accepted, loved and at peace, it was not until his last run with alcohol that he hit his bottom and his full recovery journey began. It was through the 12 step process that Rob discovered that holding on to his hurts, hang ups, and habits were blocking him from being the man God intended.  

Rob has been married for 37 years to Karen. They have 2 children – Michelle and Tim, and 7 grandchildren. He loves camping, fishing, hiking and skydiving.

Helping others who are struggling is Rob’s greatest joy. It is his compassion and desire to serve that has brought him to Homes of Promise. The hurts from childhood and the struggles of addiction led Rob to the place in life where by serving others, he has found contentment and peace. This has led him to pursue a calling as a certified community Chaplain and Ordained Minister.

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Adrian Collazo, Executive Assistant

Adrian Collazo serves Homes of Promise as the Executive Assistant. Adrian attends Life Pacific College in San Dimas, California. Adrian hit rock bottom after a break-up with a long-term girlfriend,, which then led him down a road of alcohol & substance abuse, severe depression, and attempted suicide. In 2011, Adrian attended a house church and God met him in his desperation there which led him on a renewed path for life with a passion for helping others find God in the midst of their life struggles.

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Salvador Perez, House Manager

Sal Perez was born and raised in the San Gabriel Valley. He began his use of marijuana at the early age of 12. This started a progression towards other drugs consisting of pills, cocaine, crack snorting, meth, and ultimately on to heroin. Sal was not only a methamphetamine addict, but became a manufacturer of meth until the age of 42. At 42, Sal Perez finally hit his bottom, and with the help of a friend, entered a rehab center (Acton). While in rehab, he completely surrendered his life to God (his higher power), daily praying for His will to be done. Sal has been sober for 15 years. He served for 5 years as the Manager of the Brick House Sober Living Home in Pomona. He also started a ministry at his home church – Faith Community, that provides transportation for clients from American Recovery Center and takes them to church for 12 Step Meeting, service, and other activities .

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Ann Dresselhaus, Accounting/Bookkeeping

Ann is currently the Business Manager for Spectra Company and focuses her attention on the accounting and operational matters of the company. She is going to be working with Homes of Promise in a similar capacity, handling the bookkeeping and general accounting matters for the organization.

Michelle Jumper, Assistant

Michelle serves in leadership with a 12 step recovery program – Celebrate Recovery. She is the mother of two grown sons.

Michelle has home schooled her sons through their elementary school days, been an active member on the little league board, and coached many of her son’s sport teams that they played during their adolescent years.

Michelle traveled through much of the United States working for the Forest Service, National Park Service, and private Christian camps. She also served as a missionary in Mexico on medical teams. Michelle currently is assisting with Homes a Promise as associate and counselor.



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P.O. Box 667
La Verne, CA 91750

TEL: (800) 769-8421

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HOMES OF PROMISE believes in an individualized approach in helping plot our program attendees' road to recovery. Over a period of time, we help define the key interests, hobbies, and goals that our program attendees can develop and we work to create a schedule that adheres to these positive tasks while holding them accountable to their own growth. We also help to promote interest and acclimation to the abundant 12 Step meetings and community. We encourage our program attendees to see that sobriety can be fun by attending house and sober events. Homes Of Promise is a 501(c)3 not for profit corporation.