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How Intervention Drug Rehab Services Can Help Your Addicted Loved One

Intervention drug rehab services can help you convince your loved one that they need outside help to successfully overcome problems with addiction. Many who struggle with addiction often avoid seeking help under the impression they can quit on their own, or that they don’t need help in the first place. If your loved one is struggling with addiction, call our 24/7 confidential helpline at 800-430-1407Who Answers? to learn more about the benefits of intervention services.

Why Interventions Are Important

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Gathering loved ones for an intervention can help an addict seek the help they need.

Addiction can take over your life, and lead to major problems that affect your overall livelihood and well-being. For instance, addiction can cause you to neglect important life responsibilities such as work, school, and family, and lead to problems with finances and the law. When left untreated, addiction can even lead to serious health problems that increase the risk for an overdose, coma, and death.

An intervention can help your loved one get the treatment they need to successfully overcome addiction as a whole, both physically and mentally. At drug rehab, your loved one can detox and withdraw safely from substances, and receive counseling and other therapies aimed at addressing underlying psychological causes of addiction. When your loved one finally leaves rehab, they’ll be armed with the knowledge and confidence needed to navigate through life without the need for drugs and substances.

What is an Intervention Specialist?

An intervention specialist, or interventionist, is someone who facilitates interventions so your loved one can be connected with addiction treatment. These experts know how to organize interventions, and how to react when your loved one becomes defensive or violent when discussing addiction treatment. Interventionists keep these meetings productive, and may even be in charge of driving your loved one to drug rehab following the intervention.

Working With an Interventionist

Your interventionist can help you stage an intervention for your loved one by providing direction and suggestions for an effective meeting. If you’re not sure who should attend the meeting, ask your interventionist for suggestions. In most cases, your interventionist will recommend against inviting any negative influences, or individuals who are also struggling with addiction.

People commonly included in an intervention:

  • Spouses
  • Romantic partners
  • Family members
  • Close friends
  • Co-workers

How to Get Drug Intervention Help for a Loved One Struggling with Addiction

Your interventionist can also help you choose a location for the intervention. Addicts are often more receptive when they feel comfortable, which is why the family home is usually an ideal place for an intervention. But if you and your loved one’s family feels more comfortable conducting the intervention in a neutral location, your interventionist may suggest using a church, community center, or healthcare center.

If you’re an employer who wants to help someone at work, you can hire an interventionist to stage a workplace intervention. These interventions are usually kept private out of respect for the addict, and involve a small group of co-workers who are close to the addict.

If you or your loved one is struggling with addiction, understand it’s never too late to get help. Call our 24/7 confidential helpline at 800-430-1407Who Answers? to learn more about how intervention drug rehab services can help your loved one successfully overcome addiction for good.

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