If you have a loved one who is battling with the disease of addiction, it is time to take a step in the right direction. Alcoholism and Drug Addictions are progressive and persistent diseases that, if not treated properly, will likely end in death.
Addiction is often rationalized by denial. The person addicted often feels that their problem is not serious or that they can control it and stop at any time. Frequently when a person does realize that a problem exists, they will be unable or hesitant to seek help for it.
Intervention is the best way to get the proper aid and guidance to those struggling with an addiction. Ninety-two percent of those who go through an intervention proceed to treatment and have the opportunity to change their lives for the better.
When is the Time Right?
- Are you worried about a loved one?
- Are you exploring this option because you are concerned about the well-being of someone you love?
- Have you and they had enough?
- Now is the time to get an intervention.
If you don’t feel that the time is right, ask yourself: When do the actions and addictions cross the line? How much pain and destruction would be enough to need to take that first step?
- Waiting can and most likely will only make things worse. Nothing is gained by not taking action.
- Will proceeding with an intervention make matters worse than they already are?
- Getting an intervention for your loved one can only help them. Our programs have effectively treated and aided hundreds of people in recovering with long term sobriety. Our graduated clients have been able to uphold jobs, restore family relationships and become upstanding and contributing members of society.