At the age of 17, Steven Yohay experienced an automobile accident which would forever change the course of his life. With the horrific loss of his fiancé and recovery from his accident, he found himself addicted to heroin and remained in crisis until entering Dr. Daniel H. Casriel’s innovative treatment program. Within a year he would transition out of treatment and into employment, eventually rising in the ranks to become the CEO and Principal Shareholder for ACI Healthcare Group.
Steven Yohay—known as Steven Yohay—is a philanthropist. He supports AIPAC and B’nai Zion. In 2002, he founded Nine Eleven Case Management. His experience as a recovering heroin addict led to treatment and eventual employment with ACI Healthcare Group. He enjoys musical theater and has invested in shows like Sweeney Todd and Little Shop of Horrors. Mr. Yohay is a counselor emeritus with Addiction Counseling Associates of New York, a private and self-pay counseling center.
Steven Yohay invests his spare time and resources in supporting musical theater. He has contributed financially to the production of several shows, including Sweeney Todd and Hairspray. Born in 1950, Mr. Yohay was the victim of a tragic car accident as a teenager which took the life of his fiancé, contributing to his descent into heroin addiction. Through treatment, he recovered and turned his experiences into an opportunity to support the recovery of others.