There are many kinds of interventions needed in Georgia to help people with various behavioral problems. Drug and alcohol addiction is the most common, and many of these people also have additional mental health issues that need to be addressed.
Although Georgia has a slightly lower percentage of people abusing alcohol or other drugs compared to the national average, there is a huge demand for successful treatment and intervention services. For example, there are more than 500,000 people in the state who have an alcohol abuse or dependency problem each year. There are also close to a quarter of a million Georgia residents who have drug abuse and addiction problems.
The best way to help a loved one who is battling an alcohol or drug addiction is to help them get the treatment they need. Yes, they need friends and family members to support and encourage them through this process, but when it comes to performing the actual intervention, it is more effective to work with an intervention professional.
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Learning more about the intervention process can be very helpful in making the decision about whether or not the person should be confronted and where there is going to be an attempt to step in and prevent them from doing any more harm to themselves or others because of their drug or alcohol use.
Contact us today to speak with an intervention counselor about how we can help. We can help you find an intervention specialist and locate appropriate treatment facility options.