Common Questions About Interventions
Absolutely not. Doing nothing will make things worse. Many people wait until the individual hits rock bottom. What if that rock bottom is bodily dismemberment, killing someone, life in prison, or even death?
If you have suspicion due to symptoms that someone may be showing, then it is very likely that they are using. This may be true especially if your loved one is showing signs of depression, bizarre behavior, mood swings, lack of sleep, extended sleeping patterns, bags under the eyes, poor appearance and personal hygiene, paranoia, red dots around veins, empty bottles or containers, and loss of money.
An intervention is an attempt to stop the progressive disease of addiction when every other attempt to help has failed in getting your loved one into treatment or out of denial. In addition, an intervention is designed to free families from the grips of addiction such that they may live their own life.
Absolutely. Every intervention has some success for the addict and/or t
Not all insurance plans cover interventions. Check with your insurance provider to find it if a family intervention is covered.
No. The intervention is a service within itself. The cost of further treatment depends on the individual facility.
The intervention is not guaranteed. However, our services, passion, and dedication toward the intervention process, the addict, and family are guaranteed.
During the preparation, we will assist you in finding the right treatment center or therapy. Financial constraints, traveling restrictions and type of care offered at the treatment center are all taken into consideration prior to committing to one specific center.
Waiting until they hit a bottom could be too late. An intervention can possibly save the life of your loved one. Why wait until it is too late?
At the point of mental exhaustion, when we have done everything we can think of to help them and they still refuse, we will have developed boundaries consequences and our self pledge that go into effect immediately. At this point the addicted individual is able to see what life is really like without being enabled.
The more team members available, the more of an impact we can produce. In most cases, a successful intervention can be conducted with a team of 1-15 members.
Children who are under the age of 11 would not be recommended to attend. However, that will be determined on a case by case basis and/or by the non-using parent of the child.
If you want to find out more about how the process works or how an intervention can save your loved one, please give me a call today so we can have a free phone consultation. (858) 400-4350.