Mother of Drug Intervention Participant
“Everything was centered around trying to save the addict. I kept saying, what else do you have on your calendar except doom and destruction and prison. Families don’t know what they’re doing. Having a professionally designed intervention is a completely different experience. It gave me this loving courage that I hadn’t be able to find to say ‘We’re standing up against your disease’”
An intervention with AiR: Assistance in Recovery brings families and friends together, educates those affected by a loved-one’s behavioral health problem allows everyone to understand the disorder itself and how to break the cycle of suffering.
Drug interventions are empowering experiences. Families leave with an understanding of each person’s respective role in the recovery process, as well as a renewed ability to lead their own fulfilling lives. Interventions create the opportunity for the individual to evaluate actions, consequences and potentials.
We stress the need for immediate action. We “raise the bottom” to help people receive the help they need before they destroy their lives and those of others.