In October 2015, Peggie and Paul Shevlin set up a public charity to assist individuals seeking recovery. With 3 of their 7 children afflicted with addiction - they knew personally addiction's devastating effect on the whole family.
Grateful for their own children's recovery, they felt called to specifically serve needy persons transitioning from treatment to recovery housing. Promoting hope in this particularly vulnerable population was their goal.
Today, over 2000 have been helped by the Shevlin Family Foundation. Hundreds of individuals have become recipients of housing scholarships. Many more have received help with food insecurity, clothing needs, transportation issues, legal advocacy. The Foundation also houses five Delaware County men seeking long term recovery in our home and offices in Chester, PA. They are now part of our extended family!
Like any disease, addiction affects the whole family...but recovery & healing is possible!
After being faced with addiction in their own family, Peggie and Paul Shevlin wanted to make a difference! Knowing firsthand the devastation addiction causes Peggie and Paul decided to pay it forward and help those who cannot help themselves YET! Stepping in TO BE FAMILY for those struggling is our mission! Providing practical help for those just being discharged from treatment has become our main priority- especially for Delaware County residents.
Christine is a mother and business leader. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from St. Bonaventure University and a Master’s Degree from St. Charles Seminary. Christine worked in the financial sector before establishing her own private consulting firm. Her experience includes event planning, non-profit institutional advancem
Christine is a mother and business leader. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from St. Bonaventure University and a Master’s Degree from St. Charles Seminary. Christine worked in the financial sector before establishing her own private consulting firm. Her experience includes event planning, non-profit institutional advancement. She has taught a diverse group of students at the secondary and collegiate levels. Christine loves sharing the HOPE of recovery with families of those afflicted with addiction. She is most proud to be mom to her three adult children.
Ryan P. Shevlin is a financial management professional and is actively engaged in his long-term recovery. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business & Economics from Lehigh University. Ryan worked for Eaton Aerospace as a contracts administrator and sales engineer for close to a decade. He then began to work for a long term recovery program, beginning in admissions and eventually managing the personal finances of all the clients. Prior to relocating to the Philadelphia area in 2021, Ryan was the Operations Manager of a Connecticut company. Ryan resides with his wife Ana and works for a financial management company in Exton,Pennsylvania.
Guy F. Matthews, Esq. joined the Media Pennsylvania Law firm of Eckell, Sparks in 1989. He received his Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Business Administration from Widener University. He earned his Law Degree in 1979 from Temple University School of Law and a LLM in Taxation from Villanova University. Additionally, he has received the CLU and Chartered Financial Consultant designation from the American College. Guy's practice concentrates in the representation and counseling of individual and corporate clients in business, estate, and financial planning matters.
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