The purpose of an intervention is to guide the drug addict into making his own, personal choice to enter rehabilitation treatment, without force, humiliation, or intimidation.
A drug and alcohol intervention is a way to get the drug addict through the front doors of rehabilitation treatment willingly and quickly.
The drug addict is stuck into his addiction, and his family is suffering. An intervention is not a confrontation. It means to involve oneself in a situation so as to modify an action or development. Not letting things just continue to happen, but do something about it! It is done with respect and love.
There are many intervention strategies and several interventionists. In all instances, the interventionists want to save a life.
Prior to an intervention, it is important to find a facility that will help the individual addicted to drugs. Choose a drug rehab program before doing the intervention and it is recommended that the individual gets to the facility within 24 hours after the intervention is successfully completed.
The drug intervention can be done by members of the family or by professional interventionists. In that case, prices may vary.
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