ALCOHOL DRUG INTERVENTIONS
Why have we devoted ourselves to interventions, isn’t it just one part of many in the process of recovery?
We devote the combined experience of our staff of counselors, therapists, and medical professionals to just one part of the recovery process because it is one of the most difficult, complex, and rewarding parts of recovery. Recovery arises from willingness to change, which does not come easily to most people. Change is often a scary and disconcerting process, and an intervention gives those in need of change the knowledge that they are making the right decision and that their friends and family will support them in making this change.
What exactly is an intervention?
A drug intervention is a time for family and friends to do just that: they intervene or step into a loved one’s life to try to initiate a change. The goal is to show this person that their behavior is hurting themselves or others, and with the help of counselors, convince the individual that change is the best solution.
How is an intervention run?
An intervention starts with a group meeting of friends, family, and counselors, often without the knowledge of the loved one. As a group they then meet with the individual to tell their concerns about his or her self-destructive behavior in a safe and secure environment; the counselors act as moderators to insure that the meeting remains productive and on-track.
Would an intervention work for my loved one?
Interventions have been shown to be approximately 97% effective at getting individuals into drug treatment programs. If you have a loved one in your life that is facing an addiction or other self-destructive behavior, an intervention may be the best solution. To find out if an intervention is the right route for you, we encourage you to call us toll-free at 1-888-477-4348
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