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Intervention Services

How Addiction Interventions Work

Often initiated by a loved one or friend, addiction interventions are designed to help an addict realize they have a problem, they need help, and most importantly, they have support. Learn how to stage a successful addiction intervention.

Is your family member, significant other, friend, or spouse suffering from substance abuse? Substance abuse and dependence is not just a problem for the user. It is a problem for the user’s loved ones as well.

We at Addiction Interventions understand that you may be going through a difficult time. With our interventions, we can help not just the substance user but can aid you throughout the healing process as well.

Recovery can be a complicated process. However, we have simplified our addiction intervention methods and programs to better serve you.

We believe that the path to recovery from substance abuse is both an ongoing effort and a collaborative one. Together, you and your loved one can take the journey towards recovery.

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Speak to a Certified Interventionist

Request a callback right now and get help for your loved one or yourself thanks to the expert team at Addiction Interventions.

Alcohol Abuse Interventions

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

Drug Abuse

Drug dependence can create a cycle of enabling and codependency. Learn how an intervention specialist would respond to drug abuse and help your loved one accept treatment through an intervention.

Dual Diagnosis Interventions

Dual diagnosis interventions are useful for situations in which a loved one is dealing with both a mental illness and an addiction. Dealing with a mental illness can be more challenging when you add an addiction.

Interventions Aren't Just for Addicts

We provide support for parents, partners, brothers, sisters and friends of addicts

Support persons can be anyone from family members to friends to spouses. They can even be the victim’s colleagues.

Supporting a loved one or companion in their recovery can be challenging on many levels. It can challenge you financially, emotionally, and psychologically. With our educational resources and services, we can help equip you with the right knowledge.

Our educational resources and services for support persons can help you learn about:

  • The importance of self-care
  • Self-evaluation and assessment
  • How to process emotions while caring for a loved one with a drug or alcohol addiction
  • Emergency interventions and services

Equipped with the right knowledge, you can acquire helpful skills and the attitude to help you care for your loved one.

Don't Wait Another Day

We Make Getting Help Easy

Contact our caring and experienced interventionists to learn more about how we can help your loved one in finding treatment options that work best for their individual needs. Regardless of the situation, we will help you no matter what.