What Does Drug Intervention Entail?

The process of organizing a substance abuse intervention is emotionally exhausting. By the time an individual’s drug problem gets to the point of intervention, their families and friendships are usually hanging by a thread. I can help families and friends repair their relationships with their addicted loved ones and build a support system as they enter treatment.
During a drug intervention, the person in need of treatment is confronted by a group of concerned loved ones with how their drug abuse has compromised each one of their relationships. Members of the group read essays or just cite specific examples of how their relationship has been damaged by their addiction. After the group has had a chance to speak, an offer of treatment is extended. The process is considered to be the first step toward recovery.
Drug intervention services are an integral part of Addiction Resolution’s care. After a patient agrees to get help, we’re ready to immediately deploy a full menu of comprehensive care services, designed around their needs. I can facilitate the swift transition that patients need in this time-sensitive matter and immediately begin the treatment process.
I’ve helped many families convince their loved one to accept professional help and have followed through with comprehensive and compassionate care.

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