Trevor Shevin, CIP, CARC, MBA
Sterling Recovery Services
Trevor Shevin is the Principal and Founder of Sterling Recovery Services. Sterling was founded on a guiding principle: Always provide clients and their families with the utmost in personalized, professional care while treating them with integrity, dignity and respect. The authentic, client-centric dedication is palpable and permeates throughout each fiber of the organization. Combining years of experience with mentoring, coaching and a successful career on Wall Street for over a decade, Trevor continuously demonstrates an innate talent for conducting highly successful interventions with positive outcomes amongst even the most extreme, complicated cases.
Trevor is a Certified Intervention Professional, MBA and also provides Consultative and Intensive Case Management services to individuals, families and corporations globally. He also graduated from the 350-hour NCASS CASAC program where he was designated valedictorian of his class. Trevor facilitates treatment by teaching the mechanics and skills necessary to cope with personal addiction and mental health restoration while developing personalized programs that are necessary for long-term recovery.
Previously Trevor served as a Partner and the Director of Intensive Case Management Services for two other substance abuse and mental health recovery companies. After years in the field developing a stellar reputation working with many prestigious families, companies and institutions in the United States and overseas, he decided to bring to life his own vision by launching Sterling Recovery Services. They provide comprehensive recovery services including interventions, clinical intensive case management, assessments, family education services, nutrition counseling, yoga, outpatient recover groups, sober companions and sober escorts. They also offer community outreach programs, lectures and trainings (such as Narcan).
Trevor is actively involved in the community and has dedicated his life both personally and professionally to being of service. He is frequently requested to speak about the destructive patterns of addiction and the path to recovery throughout the United States at hospitals, prisons, schools, local town events and inpatient recovery facilities. He is on the Board of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) Westchester, runs groups for executives integrating professional, personal and spiritual growth, as well as for recovering alcoholics and addicts focusing on life adjustment issues.