Drug & Alcohol Interventions
Welcome to DrugInterventionist.org – your premier resource for information and resources for interventions and other addiction-related services.
A drug or alcohol intervention may be performed in many different ways, but most experts agree that working with a professional interventionist not only increases the chances of it being successful, but also helps to reduce or eliminate problems that would otherwise surface.
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Why Use an Interventionist?
There are many times where families decide to not use a professional interventionist because they think they can do it themselves. Sometimes they are successful, of course, but in most cases where they are not and intervention specialist could have saved them a lot of trouble and heartache. Even if they’re correct and are able to get their loved one into treatment, they could often save themselves a lot of difficulty during the process.
Bringing in an experienced professional usually makes the entire effort go much more smoothly, which is saying a lot for such a hectic and emotional time. Successful interventionists are able to work as the moderator, mediator and guide, and are very good at their jobs because they truly care for the addicts as well as the family members and can empathize with both sides more than just about anyone, especially since many intervention counselors are also recovered addicts themselves.
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The Overdose Epidemic is Real
The number of drug-related fatalities caused by overdoses has continued to climb and tens of thousands of people per year are losing their lives due to addiction. The majority of the overdose deaths are connected to opioids such as heroin, methadone, fentanyl and prescription painkillers.
This epidemic is very real, and nobody thinks it is going to happen to them. There has literally never been a greater need for drug interventions in the history of our country. If you have a loved one struggling with a drug problem, contact us today to see how we can help.