I’m concerned my loved one is struggling with addiction. What can I do to help?

Taking the first step in getting help for your loved one is often nerve-wracking, but it’s important to get help both for them and for those around them. Some friends and family members find that interventions, or gatherings to discuss the person’s addiction, are extremely beneficial and an important step in getting help. An intervention might come after you’ve identified the warning signs of substance abuse and addiction.

To help you get started, we have highly-trained interventionists and counselors on call ready to set up this important encounter. When interventions are done with a professional interventionist, 90% of people make a commitment to get help, according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. And while some individuals may refuse help at the time of an intervention, they may seek it at a later date.

As a friend or family member of someone struggling with addiction, you have the power to help and your support plays a vital role in your loved one’s recovery. For more information about intervention services, contact us today at 844-744-8783.