Realizing that a loved one may need more help than you can provide never comes easy. There have likely been disagreements, maybe some legal trouble, loss of a job, and more. When someone that you care about is abusing drugs and/or alcohol and refuses to get help, you need to do something about it.
That’s where Assistance in Recovery’s Intervention services can help. AiR has been performing interventions and family meetings for over 12 years. We know how overwhelming and confusing the whole situation can feel.
You may want to utilize intervention to help your loved one achieve recovery if:
- You are frustrated and angry with what addiction has done to your family.
- You need help bringing the family together to deal with the issue.
- You need relief from the constant worry brought on by the addiction.
- You don’t know how to deal with the addicted person’s continuous denial.
- You struggle for clarity and reason because of your emotional involvement.
- At times you lose hope that things can improve.
- Some days you feel the problem will simply fix itself.
- You can no longer manage the chaos brought on by addiction.
- You need clear information about treatment centers and other resources.
If you think that an intervention may be right for you, please call one of Family Advocates to discuss options that will work for you and your family.
Intervention and Support: What to Expect:
When you make the decision to take that first step by picking up the phone and calling us, it means you have finally decided to stop suffering and start living. At AiR, our licensed clinicians have extensive educational and real-word experience with a wide variety of mental and behavioral health issues. Not only will they listen to your story, but they will also work diligently to help you find the course of treatment that is right for you.
Whether you have made a decision to take action or are still researching, our Family Advocates can guide you through the process.
When you first call you will speak to one of our professional Family Advocates in our call center. Our Family Advocates have extensive experience with addiction and will be able to provide you with solutions to whatever your family is struggling with. Our Family Advocates will help you decide what the next steps toward recovery will be. They may set up a call with one of our Licensed Clinicians and provide you with recommendations to treatment facilities. If you do move forward with one of our services, we will prepare all the travel arrangements and assist you in the admission process with the treatment center. Our clinical staff will be with you every step of the way with support. It is our goal to make you feel comfortable and secure through this process.
So go ahead – call us and tell us your story. We know that you have unique needs and we look forward to helping you. Our clinicians will listen, educate, and provide the calm direction that you and your loved ones need. We make it a point to help you see that recovery does not have to be confusing, rather a chance to start new and in a healthy, positive manner.
To find out more about how we can help you, please visit our individual service pages.