Refined Silver is the missing link between a willingness and eagerness to receive mental health treatment and getting the proper care. We partner with community, faith and government groups to bring hope to the afflicted. Our primary functions are to partially fund external care and to offer referrals to outside personnel and/or facilities for behavioral health clients and their families.
Charles W. Robinson IV was born on April 30, 1984 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and raised in Edmond, Oklahoma, where he went to Edmond North High School. During High School, Charles was awarded the Eagle Scout honor in July 2000. He acquired his undergraduate degree from Southern Nazarene University with Cum Laude honors in Biology-Chemistry in May 2008, while earning the honor as a 4 year letterman in baseball. Robinson continued his education, acquiring a Masters in Energy Legal Studies with high honors from Oklahoma City University, graduating in May 2015.
He began his career in Oil & Gas as a Petroleum Landman in October 2009. Charles is a Certified Petroleum Landman (CPL) and an active member of the American Association of Petroleum Landmen (AAPL) and Oklahoma City Association of Petroleum Landmen (OCAPL).
Dr. Wilder’s professional experience includes 25+ years in pastoral ministry in Texas and Oklahoma. His education was earned through Oklahoma Baptist University (BA in Religion), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDIV) and B.H. Carroll Theological Institute (DMin).
James, his wife Deanna, and sons Shelton and Walker, live in Shawnee, OK, where he serves as Associational Missions Strategist for the Pottawatomie-Lincoln Baptist Association and its 62 churches. The Wilders participate in domestic and international mission work.
James has served as member of both the Board of Trustees and Alumni Board for Oklahoma Baptist University, Chaplain for the Civil Air Patrol, Shawnee Ministerial Alliance and Rotary International, and currently serves on the Board for the Oklahoma Baptist University Authority.
Curtis is a Trust Officer and Certified Trust & Financial Advisor with a local bank in OKC with over 20-years working with individuals, families and businesses.
Over the years, Curtis has witnessed the toll of alcoholism, chemical abuse and dependency in his extended family, personal and professional relationships. Through those experiences, he has seen the value of organized treatment and recovery, but also recognizes that resources are limited for many who need them most. He has volunteered with and participated in such organizations such as the Bill Glass Prison Ministry, Judge Alma Wilson SeeWorth Academy Foundation, Jesus House and Celebrate Recovery.
“It is a privilege to be a part of Refined Silver, Inc. and its mission to assist those needing help to secure the resources they need to heal, recover and discover ‘a future and a hope’.”
An Oklahoma native, Craig spent 15 years in Dallas-Fort Worth before returning home in 2015. Craig serves as Vice President of Manhattan Construction in Oklahoma City. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University (OSU) where he earned his degree in Construction Engineering Technology in 2001. Craig sits on the executive board of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) and serves as Vice Chair on the OSU Construction Industry Advisory Board. Other community organizations and areas of service include Leadership OKC – Class 38, LOVE OKC, Rebuilding Together, United Way, and Secretary of the Spirit of Oklahoma Tres Dias steering committee.
Craig has been married to his wife Michele since 2003 and they have three children together – two sons and a daughter. He and his wife are very active at Newchurch in Oklahoma City. Craig serves on the elder team and together, he and Michele serve as leaders of the Celebrate Recovery ministry. In his free time, Craig enjoys spending time with his family, coaching his son’s baseball team, short-term missions, reading, disc golf, hunting, fishing, and OSU football.
Craig has personal experience with addiction and celebrates sustained long-term recovery. He has firsthand knowledge of the challenges associated with not having resources available for much-needed treatment services.
“There is no greater stumbling block to sobriety than having the desire to change but lacking the resources to gain the necessary tools. I am honored to serve an organization that stands in the gap to provide hope, encouragement, and resources to those in their recovery journey.”
James Colby Robinson was raised in Edmond, Oklahoma, where he went to Edmond North High School. He acquired his undergraduate degree from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2010 in Interpersonal Communications. Mr. Robinson continued his education, acquiring a Masters in Pastoral Studies from Missouri Baptist University in 2013. Colby currently works at Oklahoma Christian School where he is a teacher and a coach in multiple sports.
Mr. Robinson has been married to his wife, Emily since 2008 and they have two children together, Makaylee and Caedmon Robinson.
Recovery has always been a part of my life. But in March 2018, my life was forever changed. I am currently active in recovery and I have been blessed with opportunities to be able to mentor/work with others in recovery. It brings me great joy to see lives changed from those that have been struggling with addiction.
Originally from upstate New York, Jodi lived and worked in Tulsa Oklahoma for several years, but Northwest Arkansas has been ‘home’ for the last 23 years.
Jodi is a highly respected professional at a Fortune 500 company where she has experience managing a team and managing inventory results to achieve net gains in annual sales.
Jodi has experienced and witnessed the destruction, heartbreak, and devastation that addiction can cause in her extended family and close family members.
Being passionate about helping others, she wants to make a positive difference for those struggling with addiction via Refined Silver’s purpose, so people can find their way out of the darkness of addiction and pain.
With three adult kids and seven grandchildren. Jodi enjoys the beauty of nature & art, biking on the NWA Greenway, experiencing new adventures, and spending time with friends and family.
Angie Holland Woodard was born and raised in Minden, LA. She attended Baylor University where she graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in marketing and management. She began her professional career as a broadcast media planner and buyer at advertising agencies in Dallas, TX. Angie changed career paths in 1996, becoming office manager for a Christian counseling practice in Richardson, TX. That same year she also began managing the finances of a new Christian comedy ministry, Skit Guys, Inc., in her spare time.
Angie has been married to her husband, Tommy Woodard, for 30 years and they are blessed with 2 amazing kids, a young adult daughter and son. In 2003 they relocated to Tommy’s home town of Edmond, OK. Tommy is a pastor at Newchurch in OKC and travels, performs and helps produce short films as one of The Skit Guys. Angie enjoys attending Newchurch and volunteers as a singer with the worship band, member of the design team, and coordinator for the annual Daddy-Daughter dance. Angie has continued on as finance manager for Skit Guys, Inc. for 25 years now, and she is continually amazed and blessed by how God has grown the ministry and expanded its reach to people all over the world.
While working in the counseling practice years ago, Angie saw first hand the financial strain that is thrust upon families and individuals when they are seeking treatment options. She has also walked along side close family and friends through their addiction recovery journeys, and was so encouraged to hear of the existence and mission of Refined Silver. She is honored and eager to now be a part of helping in this mission of providing assistance to those seeking treatment and recovery.
Chotsie Barnes grew up in Oklahoma City where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Family Studies from the University of Central Oklahoma and worked in the mental health & substance abuse field since 2012.
Chotsie and her husband Tyler Barnes are church planters and started Thrive Community Church in Oklahoma City in 2019. In 2020 they became small business owners of Mattress by Appointment Moore & started a new career path in real estate. They have two beautiful children, Isabella Barnes (2 1/2 years) & Bishop Barnes (3 months).
Chotsie has personal experience with addiction and celebrates 7 years of continuous sobriety. She is passionate about giving back to addicts and alcoholics still suffering & their families to help them find freedom and resources that they need to start their journey to recovery.
‘’One day you will tell your story of how you overcame what you went through and it will be someone else’s survival guide.” – Brene Brown
Kim was born and raised in Tulsa, OK. She moved to Edmond in 2000 to attend nursing school. She received her Bachelor of Science in 2004 and continued her nursing career by getting her Master degree at OU in 2010. She now works as an APRN in Oklahoma City. She married her husband Peter in 2003. Together they have two sons. Recovery has been a daily part of her life since July of 1996. She attends meetings regularly and loves to give back to those who struggle with addiction and alcoholism.