Helping an individual struggling with substance use disorder — or any other behavioral disorder — can be challenging, especially for families. The nature of some of these disorders means that often the person is unable to see the extent or severity of their problem, or the need for professional intervention and specialized treatment.
This is where an intervention can help. Interventionists are highly trained in facilitating these difficult and often confrontational situations, while navigating fraught emotions and focusing on the overall well-being of the individual who needs help.
Our interventionists can ease the difficult decision-making process around helping your loved one take the next step toward recovering from substance use disorder or mental illness by providing the following assistance:
- Hosting pre-intervention meetings to answer questions and guide each person in how to communicate effectively in the intervention for the best possible outcome
- Extensive research of available treatment options and recommend next steps
- Facilitate the intervention to motivate the individual in taking action toward getting specialist help and treatment
- Working with the family system to ensure the best recovery outcome
- Providing 30 days of post-intervention case management to facilitate treatment
We can also help individuals by providing safe transportation to and from treatment facilities as well as offering recovery and mental health companions to ensure each person gets the right amount of support post-treatment.