Over 1,500 Successful Inteventions

Professional Interventions for Drug & Alcohol Abuse

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Professional interventions for drug and alcohol abuse start with family members.

Your loved one’s drug or alcohol addiction could benefit from a formal intervention – and so could you. While holding the addicted person’s harmful behaviors accountable, we’ll also educate each family member on the role you’ll play in their recovery process.

Drug Addiction Intervention

Drug dependence can create chaos and a cycle of enabling and codependency. Over time, a drug addict can hold their family members hostage by employing fear, guilt, and other tactics. Learn how an intervention specialist would respond to drug abuse and help your loved one accept treatment through a successful intervention.

From street drugs to prescription medications, a drug counselor and intervention specialist has the experience to help the addicted person in your life accept treatment through an addiction intervention. It is best for your family to work with an addiction professional before you stage an intervention. An intervention specialist can offer professional medical advice about the best treatment programs for your loved one's addiction.
Nationwide support for drug abuse interventions.

Alcohol Addiction Intervention

Mentally, it’s not about alcohol consumption – it’s about the harmful behavior when your loved one drinks. This can cause family members to focus too much time listening to promises and not enough time on accountability to seek treatment.

Our intervention team has helped over 1,000 alcoholics and their families take the next step in the recovery process through an alcohol intervention.
Nationwide support for alcohol abuse interventions.

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Intervention Resources

Learn how the intervention process works and the role each family member can play in a successful intervention.

Is Now the Right Time for an Intervention?
Is Now the Right Time for an Intervention?

The user is showing signs that he/she is struggling - can you even tell? Learn how to identify if now is the time or when to seek help.

The Role of an Interventionist
The Role of an Interventionist

There are many misconceptions of the role of an interventionist - learn more about the approach an interventionist may take when working with families.

How Interventions Work

Join forces with our intervention specialists to break the cycle of self-destructive behavior if your loved one has an addiction.

Step 1
We start with a call to discover what could cause your loved one to not accept treatment. We’ll also work to establish confidence in each family member to help proceed with next steps.
Step 2
Our main goal is to arm you with enough information to make an educated decision about treatment options. Our intervention specialists can answer questions and provide clinical explanations about alcoholism and drug dependence or other addictive behaviors.
Step 3
With the family sign-off on the planning process, a professional interventionist assists with family interventions. It is the goal of the intervention team to help the person struggling with substance use disorder accept addiction treatment.

Trusted by More Than 1,500 Families Nationwide

It’s an honor to be invited into your home and one that our intervention team appreciates sincerely. Here are a few testimonials from family members we have helped over the past 30 years.