Take the quiz nowIs it Time for an Intervention? Step 1 of 16 6% Name(Required) First Last Email(Required) Do you or other family members make excuses or find justifications for the way things are?(Required) Yes No Are all members of your family on the same page as to how and what should be done to help both the family and one abusing substances?(Required) Yes No Do you have family members who say the loved one has to want help and hit bottom while others continue to enable?(Required) Yes No Is your family in agreement with how each family member is dealing with the substance user, or do family members have suggestions on dealing with the current situation?(Required) Yes No Are some family members waiting for the substance user to just find that right job or significant other so that things will be better?(Required) Yes No Do some believe the addiction is caused by someone or something such as another person he or she drinks or take drugs with or a spouse you don’t like?(Required) Yes No Do some in the family feel an intervention will never work because the loved one will never accept help?(Required) Yes No Are your children or other family members mad with how you are addressing the situation?(Required) Yes No Are some scared to take action for fear of how the substance user will react?(Required) Yes No Do some family members believe that previous failed attempts at sobriety were the fault of the treatment center or the place they sought help?(Required) Yes No Have some family members set deadlines or given ultimatums that are never met by the substance abuser or upheld by the family?(Required) Yes No Has the substance user sold the family continuous hope that he or she is working on or thinking of making a change, and yet no changes are made?(Required) Yes No Does your current situation feel like a new normal or a bad dream that won’t end?(Required) Yes No Do you or other family members feel as though your loved one goes from one crisis to another, producing chaos and confusion in the family?(Required) Yes No Do any family members hold their breath hoping the most recent crisis will be the one that ends the addiction, and the substance user will have learned his or her lesson?(Required) Yes No 100% confidentialGet a Free ConsultationSpeak with an experienced interventionist now and get answers to commonly asked questions Contact Us Intervention FAQ'sRead frequently asked questions about interventions for drug & alcohol abuse. Intervention QuizDetermine if an intervention is right for you by using our interactive quiz. Codependency AssessmentOur codependency assessment evaluates behaviors that may be contributing.