Intervention

 

A loved one is in pain. The effects of addiction – to drugs, alcohol, gambling, whatever – are threatening to ruin yet one more life. You’re in pain, too, as are other friends and family members who can no longer bear to just stand by and do nothing.

The problem is, you just don’t know what to do – which is the reason to call someone who does.  In many such situations, it may well be time for an intervention and the skills of an experienced, caring interventionist. Referrals to some of the leading interventions throughout the U.S. are just a toll-free call away at 1-866-690-7236, or by completing the form below.

In the meantime, we’ve prepared this site to help you understand more about interventions, such as:

How do you know when an intervention is needed?
Who conducts the intervention?
What kind of preparation goes into an intervention?
What actually takes place during an intervention?
What are the different types of interventions?
What you can expect to result from an intervention?
Where does my loved one go after an intervention?

How much do interventions cost?

The problem is, you just don’t know what to do – which is the reason to call someone who does. In many situations, it may be time for an intervention and the skills of an experienced, caring interventionist. Referrals to some of the leading interventionists throughout the U.S. are just a toll-free call away at 1-866-690-7236, or by completing the form below. Our team of addictions experts will answer your questions and help you with a referral to a clinical professional in your area who can help assess the situation and recommend proper treatment, if necessary. Some people find that going to counseling or receiving outpatient rehab treatment after an intervention is all that is necessary for them to maintain abstinence. Others require a medical detox, and possibly lengthy inpatient care at a drug or alcohol treatment center. Depending on the abusive behavior, a man or women might be better off receiving gambling, sex, shopping, or eating disorder treatment.


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