Why Intervention Services?
Unlike our competitors, we understand what families, just like yours, are going through at times like this. Our company was founded by a family who struggled with substance abuse and recovery. Our company has taken those experiences and transformed them into the top intervention services company in the country. When you choose us for your family intervention, you receive a well-rounded service that is meant to inform, educate, and get your loved one the help they deserve.
Our Services Include:Support Staff: When a family initially calls us, they are connected with a professional intervention coordinator. This coordinator will work with them every step of the way to ensure that the family has the support system that it needs. Day or night, our intervention coordinators are here for our clients.
Two-Day Intervention Plan: Our interventions are split into two separate days. The first day, also called Family Day, is the day before the intervention where our interventionist gets the family together. This day allows our interventionist to educate the family on addiction, create an intervention plan, write letters, and answer any questions the family might have before Intervention Day. On Intervention Day, the family and interventionist meet up with the loved one to offer the gift of recovery. All our interventions are non-confrontational and are supported with love.
Lifetime Support: Our services do not end when the intervention does, we offer all our families continuum of care after the intervention. When we plan our intervention, we focus on the long-term goal of making sure our clients stay sober after treatment. We achieve this goal by looking at different factors/elements that could cause the addiction. Our lifetime consultation is here whenever a family needs it.
We understand how drug and alcohol addiction can be an emotional roller coaster and, in some cases, tear families apart. If it is a substance abuse intervention, mental health intervention, or co-occurring disorder intervention, our services are here to help your family get through these dark times.
Are you enabling?
Is your loved one an addict and you do not know how to help? Or when you bring up getting help they tell you "Yes, I have a problem I just cannot stop everything to get help, let me get some things in order." This is enabling. They are giving you hope and you wait and wait. This can go on for years.
Only are you not helping them but the physical and mental stress you are putting on yourself is also dangerous.
Interventions do help the person address that his/her addiction is causing problems, however this is the easy part. The hardest part is to teach the family about addiction and how come together. This usually helps with a longer lasting results. Once a person comes home from rehab Then What?. The family went back to their routine and so will the addict. But if the family changes so will the addict.