Building a Recovery-Oriented System of Care
- Understand the Recovery-Oriented System of Care model, and how it has shifted the focus of addiction treatment facilities from episodic care to ongoing recovery support
- Explain how treatment centers and the recovery community have established meaningful recovery support services, including community-based recovery centers, to help individuals gain important life skills and strengthen their long-term sobriety
- Demonstrate practical strategies to help treatment facilities and individual providers partner with recovery organizations to offer more extended support to patients
- Understand the importance of building a recovery-oriented system of care during the opioid crisis
Trevor Shevin, CIP, CASAC-T, CARC, MBA
Trevor Shevin, CIP, CASAC-T, CARC, MBA, offers a wealth of experience and knowledge in the field of addiction and provides excellence in serving as an Interventionist and Intensive Case Management. He combines his extensive counseling, mentoring, and coaching background with an MBA and vast experience and success on Wall Street. He facilitates treatment typically following inpatient care, by teaching the mechanics and skills necessary to cope with personal addiction. Trevor is relationally gifted and uses extensive experience to help others execute a personalized program of recovery that is necessary for long-term sobriety.
Trevor is also a Board Certified Interventionist Professional following formal training and monitoring. He has several years of experience and an innate talent for conducting highly successful interventions with positive outcomes amongst even the most extreme, complicated cases. He pursued his Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) degree and was appointed Valedictorian. He also completed the Certified Addictions Recovery Coach training program. 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 to recovering addicts throughout the United States at hospitals, prisons, and inpatient recovery facilities. Trevor volunteers at the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) and runs groups for executives as well as recovering alcoholics and addicts focusing on life adjustment issues and integrating professional, personal and spiritual growth. Trevor is a member of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).