Intervention and College Students Abusing Drugs and Alcohol
Drug and Alcohol Intervention in Los Angeles
If someone is struggling, but demonstrates resistance to receiving help, then often a drug and alcohol intervention becomes not only the appropriate option, but a necessary one as well. Connections in Recovery Los Angeles provides Drug and Alcohol Interventions in Los Angeles.
Connections in Recovery’s rapid response diverse team of top interventionists in Los Angeles allow them to help connect families and friends with the right “fit” for any case. Furthermore, CiR LA’s nationwide and global network of services allows them to respond quickly to the client in crisis by providing interventions, sober transport and/or sober companions. CiR LA is able to assist the referring hospitals, families, clergy, doctors, therapists, or treatment centers when immediate action is needed.
Connections in Recovery Los Angeles (CiR LA) is equipped with carefully selected drug and alcohol interventionists. There are really only four (Intervention) ways in which an individual enters recovery treatment—the rarest being one of their own volition:
- *If someone is struggling, but demonstrates resistance to receiving help, then often an intervention becomes not only the appropriate option, but a necessary one as well.
The remaining three types of interventions are
- *a “friends and/or family” model intervention (and best)
- *a legal intervention
- *medical intervention
Drug and alcohol interventions and treatment in Los Angeles is possible to find. If you feel your loved one needs treatment for a drug and/or alcohol addiction, contact Connections in Recovery for a Drug and/or Alcohol for an Intervention in Los Angeles.
Today’s alarming percentage of college students abusing drug and alcohol cannot be ignored. Studies have shown that today’s young adults are abusing prescription drugs and the number of students using marijuana daily has increased to approximately 4 percent since the 1990s. A Columbia University study revealed that “almost half of full-time college students binge drink or abuse prescription drugs, and almost a quarter of those college students meet the medical definition of having a problem with substance abuse or a dependence.”
Here is a great article on how a good chunk of universities have introduced stricter rules on alcohol, especially at fraternities, to try to help decrease addiction with their college students.
Excerpt from the article (and link) below:
College Crackdown: “We sent reporters to five campuses to examine the new measures.” Read more on New York Times’ article College Crackdown Targets Drinking and Sexual Assault
People at a fraternity party before a football game last month at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Credit: Sean Proctor for The New York Times