When it’s time to act, an intervention may be necessary. Usually an intervention is simply giving an opportunity for the addict to decide that they need help, and providing them the exact answer to how.
Webster defines intervention as the act of coming between. Addiction intervention is a process by which the harmful, progressive, once-destructive effects of chemical dependency are interrupted, and the chemically dependent person can get the help to stop using mood-altering substances and be taught to develop new, healthier ways to cope with his or her problems. A person need not hit “rock bottom” or be an emotional or physical wreck before such help can be given. Intervention is presenting reality to a person out of touch with it in a caring and non-judgmental way.
Extreme Drug Intervention
An Extreme intervention is a deliberate but caring, and well-conceived event following someone expressing their concern for someone they feel they have lost to drug addiction. It is a safe and intentional action removing the individual from the active addiction lifestyle and certain death with immediate detox and place the individual in a rehab facility that will present a drug rehab program to change and get help in ways that will address the causes and alleviate the suffering of the individual and all involved. With the swift and skilled action of an Extreme interventionist, the experience creates the opportunity to interrupt destructive patterns of living and also deals constructively with a crisis situation.
The actual Intervention is when people are forced to confront their darkest demons and seek a route to redemption. It is designed to help people whose dependence on drugs and alcohol or other compulsive behavior has brought them to a point of personal crisis and estranged them from their friends and loved ones. This whole process is designed to return LIFE back to someone seemed headed for certain DEATH.
The Specialized Addiction Canada APPROACH
Our compassionate Intervention professionals guide patients and their families through the sensitive intervention process. The Addiction Canada intervention team evaluates each individual case in order to help the entire support group understand recovery options – inpatient or outpatient. Addiction Canada ‘s drug intervention specialists and addiction counselors provide the information to understand how addiction affects each intervention member. Whether you are the spouse, child, employer, neighbor or friend of the addict, you are vulnerable to the effects of the disease.
The main challenge of intervention is to confront the denial process of the substance abuser. Denial is the number-one symptom that keeps the individual from seeking help. By refusing to believe or accept the problem, the person rationalizes his or her destructive behavior. Most people see losing control of their substance as a weakness and not a disease. Therefore, the person would rather justify his or her use than admit to being weak willed. Chemical dependency is not a will power issue! This must be understood by all parties involved to break the denial barrier and to increase the dependent person’s level of awareness.
We have drug intervention specialists for every kind of intervention possible. Your interventionist will come to you, to your home no matter where in the country you are and take over the situation that once seemed hopeless and with the family’s help, achieve the desired result of getting your loved one the to treatment and getting them the help they so deserve. We help you and your family take up the fight against addiction.
At Addiction Canada , we have achieved a 95% success rate in helping individuals enter treatment.
– COMPASSION – EVALUATION – VULNERABILITY – CONFRONTATION – AWARENESS – ACTION –
DRUG ADDICTION RESOURCES
Cocaine Anonymous World Service
Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction.
Narcotics Anonymous World Service
Narcotics Anonymous is an international, community-based association of recovering drug addicts with more than 43,900 weekly meetings in over 127 countries worldwide.
Nar-Anon Family Groups
Nar-Anon members are relatives and friends who are concerned about the addiction or drug problem of another. Nar-Anon’s program of recovery is adapted from Narcotics Anonymous and uses Nar-Anon’s Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions, and Twelve Concepts
ALCOHOL ADDICTION RESOURCES
Alcoholics Anonymous® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Alateen is part of Al-Anon, which helps families and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with the problem drinking of a relative or friend. Alateen is our recovery program for young people. Alateen groups are sponsored by Al-Anon members.