About us

The Robin Foundation was co-founded by Chris Cavallo and his daughter Cristina in memory of Robin and Stefanie Cavallo, mother and daughter.

Robin was an activist and well-known throughout the Recovery community in South Florida. Robin, who was in active recovery for 17 years, was always willing to help others in need who were dealing with the disease of addiction. Robin after surgery was prescribed pain medicine which she became addicted to and soon after died from an overdose. Chris and Robin’s daughter Stefanie who was Cristina’s twin sister never fully recovered from her mother’s passing was in and out of recovery for many years until she died from an overdose by the way of fentanyl poisoning.

The Cavallo family is committed to spreading a message of hope, recovery, and preventing other families from the same senseless tragedies by distributing Narcan as well as providing training to as many individuals, families, and organizations as possible in South Florida about the opioid epidemic, as well as how to administer Narcan in case of an overdose.

The Robin Foundation is also committed to one day, having a facility for women and children who suffer from substance abuse disorder and mental health challenges. 

Our team


Chris Cavallo

Chris Cavallo is an South Florida entrepreneur well known for his various accomplishments in the Security and Investigations industry. He founded The Robin Foundation with his daughter Cristina as a promise to his wife, Robin and daughter, Stefanie prior to their passing. Through his involvement and the support of others he is committed to offering help and encouragement to those suffering addicts and those with mental health challenges.


Cristina Cavallo

Cristina is a MCAP credentialed practitioner providing recovery treatment services to individuals with substance abuse disorder.
She is credentialed in the domains of Clinical Evaluation, Treatment Planning, Counseling, Case Management and Referral, Client, Family and Community Education, Documentation, Clinical Supervision, and Professional Responsibility.

Director of Community Outreach

Regina Replinger

About me

My passion in my work with The Robin Foundation is deeply rooted partially in my own recovery journey and partially in my continued love and desire to honor the memory of my dear friend, Stefanie Cavallo. I met Stefanie in a recovery program and we instantly connected. We developed a friendship so strong we grew to be family. When presented with an opportunity to join The Robin Foundation in helping addicts and their families, there was no hesitation. I love this family and this mission. I truly believe we can make a difference.

Content Creator/Writer

MaiLee Perez

About me

The Cavallo family holds a very special place in my heart. I met the founders of this organization when I was 14 years of age. They have become my family. Stefanie was another sister and Robin a second mother. Several of my family members battle the disease of addiction. One thing that has always been a driving force for me is the desire to remove the stigma that plagues every addict. I want help educate people on what drug addiction really is and how we can all work together to remove the stigma and save lives. I believe in The Robin Foundation; I believe in the mission and I’m grateful to be a part of it.

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