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How to Hold a Successful Intervention

If you have a loved one who has been struggling with drug or alcohol abuse, chances are you have researched what you can do to help him. Holding an intervention is likely one of the strategies you have read about. Let’s start by recognizing that interventions in real life can look different than the ones portrayed on television. 

If you are considering holding an intervention, it is essential to do your research and prepare for the meeting. It is highly recommended that you hire a professional Interventionist to help you with this process. We will get into the benefits of working with professionals momentarily. 

The first step would be to ensure that your concerns result from drug and alcohol addiction. While this may sound unnecessary, it is important to note that some signs associated with substance abuse can be mistaken for other mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, and trauma disorders. 

When planning your intervention, you will want to be mindful of the environment you would like to create. The most effective interventions occur in a space that feels open, honest, and supportive. This shows the importance of being mindful of who you invite to participate in the meeting, and where the meeting takes place. 

Additionally, you will want to be prepared for a variety of outcomes. Maybe your loved one will listen to your concerns and agree that treatment would help them. In this case, you would want a list of treatment providers they can consider working with. If your loved one is not receptive to going to treatment, then you should consider having an idea of new boundaries that you can put in place. This could include not helping your loved ones financially, and not having them in your home while they are impaired. 

Establishing new boundaries is helpful in a few ways. One, it helps take some of the work you have been doing off your plate. You can now use this time to put yourself first and do what is needed to maintain your own health and wellness. Second, by changing how you contribute to their routine, they will need to adjust and likely put in more effort to keep going as they have been.

Without setting boundaries, at least some of your behavior could likely be enabling the addicted individual. A relationship built around enabling is often referred to as a codependent relationship. If you feel your relationship with a loved one may be codependent, take our codependency quiz today.

If you find yourself looking for interventions in Oregon, you can call (866)584-2525 to speak with a representative today about intervention services available at Addiction Interventions. We are professional interventionists who will support you every step of the way and work towards the goal of helping your loved ones get the treatment that they deserve. 

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Intervention Programs in Oregon

Intervention programs are offered by professional interventionists in Oregon. These programs are ideal for families interested in having an intervention with their loved one out of concern. 

Intervention programs will provide the information needed to help create a safe and supportive environment for everyone participating in the meeting. Having a safe space can help avoid heated moments, as well as give everyone an opportunity to voice their truth. This can help everyone involved reach a point of closure and acceptance. 

Addiction Intervention can provide you with an Oregon intervention program. Our staff is trained, experienced, and successful at providing drug and alcohol interventions. We will work with you every step of the way, from planning to navigating the future. To learn more about the intervention services we offer in Oregon, we invite you to call (866) 584-2525 today. 

One of the biggest risks of a dual diagnosis is that either the mental illness or the substance abuse will be overlooked. Because of the situation, they find themselves in, they may not realize the problem they have is severe. Overlooking one or the other can be devastating. Without treatment one or both disorders can get out of control rather easily. The risk of having both a mental illness as well as a substance abuse problem is that neither of them will receive the treatment they need, leaving the patient in worse shape than ever before.

While parallel treatment seems like a logical solution, it is rather ineffective. It can be difficult to determine which symptoms are associated with which problem. Now doctors recommend taking an integrative approach. Instead of having a team develop a treatment plan for the mental illness and a different team develop a treatment plan for the substance abuse, one team will take care of both disorders at the same time. With this type of treatment, one team will be able to observe and make adjustments to the treatment plan, It allows for a more complete treatment program that is more effective and has a better success rate. Having one treatment team also eliminates any miscommunication between doctors that could disrupt the treatment plan.

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Why Hire an Addiction Intervention Expert in Oregon

When you hire a professional interventionist in Oregon, there are several benefits that your intervention will gain. By hiring a professional, you can let them take control of the planning, organizing, and facilitation of your intervention. This shift can allow you to be a participant in the meeting and take some of the weight off of your shoulders.

When you first hire an interventionist, they will take time to get to understand the concerns you have about your loved one. If they feel as though having an intervention is an appropriate next step, they will begin by helping you plan your intervention. They will discuss who should be in attendance and give recommendations for where the meeting can occur. 

Additionally, when you work with a professional interventionist, they can help talk you through the different results that can come from an intervention. This can help you understand what to expect and have a better understanding of what life will look like after the intervention. 


When your interventionist is gathering information about you and your loved one, they will also be looking for signs of unhealthy relationship patterns such as codependency and enabling. These common behaviors can occur when someone we love struggles with a mental health concern such as addiction. Your interventionist will help you recognize the concerning behaviors and discuss what you could do differently to try and establish healthier patterns within your relationship.

Additionally, your interventionist will support you with any difficulties that you may experience related to your loved ones’ use. Many times, when we are worried about someone we care for, we put our own needs on the back burner so that we can help as much as possible. If we do this for an extended period, it can have harmful effects on our own mental health. Your interventionist will work with you regarding your own self-care practices and coping strategies. 

On the day of the intervention, your interventionist will take the lead in guiding the conversation. They will help you and the other participants understand the progression of the meeting and what the overall goals are. They will then mediate the meeting to stay on track and maintain a healthy and honest atmosphere. 

Lastly, your interventionist will help you find treatment options for your loved one to discuss at the end of the intervention. If your loved one decides that they are ready to get help, your interventionist will help get them to the program they choose to attend. If your loved one does not want to go to treatment, they can help establish new boundaries within your family relationships and still provide you with a list of referrals for treatment in case your loved one changes their mind. 

Addiction Interventions are a group of professional interventionists who provide drug interventions in Oregon. We can guide you through the process of organizing and hosting a drug or alcohol intervention for a loved one. Let our years of experience benefit you by calling 

(866)584-2525 and speak with a representative today. 

Our Oregon-Based Intervention Professionals

Addiction intervention can provide you with drug and alcohol intervention services in Oregon. We have a team of professional interventionists that can help you plan, organize, and facilitate intervention for a loved one. We have helped individuals of all ages and individuals who struggle with a variety of substances. 

We are trained and qualified to provide you with emergency intervention services that can make a difference for your loved one. We begin working with new clients, and we start with our complimentary assessment to make sure that an intervention would be appropriate for you and your loved one.

When you decide to move forward with an intervention, we will provide you with support every step of the way. This includes planning the intervention, facilitating the intervention, and developing a plan after the intervention concludes. We will talk about the different possible outcomes to help prepare you for any outcome that may occur.

What makes us unique is that we also take the time to ensure that your needs are met. We do this by exploring the challenges you have experienced related to your loved ones’ substance abuse, and evaluating the presence of any unhealthy relationship patterns such as codependency and enabling

Alcohol and drug intervention services in Oregon can be provided by Addiction Interventions. We have helped over 1,000 families and have high success rates. Our interventionists are passionate about their work, which is why they are the best resources for you and your loved ones. To learn more about the services we can provide you with, we encourage you to call (866) 584-2525 today. 

Intervention FAQ's

Read frequently asked questions about interventions for drug & alcohol abuse.


Determine if an intervention is right for you by using our interactive quiz and questionaire.


Our codependency assessment evaluates behaviors that may be contributing.

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