A drug intervention is a structured, solution-oriented process undertaken to persuade someone who has a problem with drug or alcohol abuse to seek help in overcoming the addiction. Family, friends, and others involved in the person’s life use the intervention to demonstrate the extent of the effects of substance abuse or alcoholism and related behaviors.
A successful intervention is not a confrontation but an opportunity for an addicted individual to accept help in taking the first step toward recovery. Often, an interventionist is invited to serve as a guide and educator before, during, and after the intervention.
At Landmark, we work with many Certified Interventionists, who specialize in convincing your loved one to get help. These Interventionists are completely Independent of Landmark, and can offer unbiased advice on when and where to seek treatment based on your loved one’s needs. If you need help getting your loved one into treatment, one of our Admissions Consultants would be happy to discuss your options with you, and refer you to an Interventionist if needed.