Addiction Care Recovery Services and our team of intervention specialists work hard with families to create and stage an intervention plan that encourages struggling individuals to get into treatment. At Addiction Care Recovery Services, we know that intervention is one of the most successful methods for getting long-term effective results. So, we have made it our mission to use the intervention model to help as many families as possible.
WHAT IS AN INTERVENTION?
Intervention is a process that helps an individual who is addicted to drugs and alcohol open their eyes and see the truth of what is happening in their life. It is also a way to warn them of where they are headed if they don’t go to treatment and stop the cycle of addiction. Our approach is to come from a position of love and compassion that will encourage an addicted individual to say yes to the gift of treatment.
While dealing with an addicted loved one can seem like an issue that where the problem will never end, Addiction Care Recovery Services educates families on the solutions. Including how to respond to their loved one in a healthier way before and after treatment. Many families believe that they are to blame for their loved one’s addiction, but Addiction Care Recovery Services helps take this unnecessary blame and shame out of the equation by educating and empowering families. Addiction Care Recovery Services always focuses on the solutions, not the problems. Call us today.
WE WILL BE WITH YOU EVERY STEP OF THE WAY
We take our mission of intervention seriously. We know that if we do our part correctly, we can help your loved one out of the darkness of a life in active addiction. We help family and loved ones create the boundaries that are needed to have healthier relationships and outcomes in these difficult situations. Addiction Care Recovery Services understands that helping the family unit heal will create a better support system for the individual struggling with addiction.
We understand that when an individual is caught in the dark world of addiction, they can convince themselves that no one cares and no one understands the pain they are going through. Intervention can shed light on the fact that there are lots of people who care and that can be an eye-opening experience that prompts them to begin the journey of healing and recovery.