It is extremely difficult to watch a loved one destroy their life with alcohol or other drugs. It is even more difficult when those loved ones don’t seem to want to change. Most often, they are paralyzed by their addiction and unable to ask for the help they need. This is a time when good intervention programs can help you and your loved ones.
An intervention is a carefully orchestrated event to assist family and friends in convincing someone with a drinking or drug problem to agree to treatment. Those participating in the intervention are usually people with whom the addict or alcoholic shares respect or they believe loves and cares about them. Ultimately, an intervention is an act of love and works best coming from a place of care and concern.
We look forward to providing you with more information about alcohol and drug intervention programs and whether or not one is right for your family and friends.
Depending on the level of substance use and abuse, detox may be a necessary first step to rid the body of drugs or alcohol. Withdrawal from these substances can be a painful and even dangerous process, but is crucial to begin the path to recovery. It is important to understand that only medical professionals should initiate and manage a detox process. Although The Council on Recovery does not offer on-site detox, we are invested in providing each of our clients with the full care they deserve. We are available to help you and your family from the very beginning to help coordinate the detox process and point you in the right direction.
We promise to help you, your family, and your children get the help you need when dealing with substance abuse, addiction or a related issue.
Please call our experienced admissions team today to discuss your unique situation and we will work to find the right program or facility for you and your family. Call: 855.942.4100.