Interventions and Interventionists
Many people who are addicted to alcohol or drugs don’t think they have a problem. Others know they do but can’t or won’t address it. If this is the case with your loved one, you may want to consider holding an intervention. An intervention is an attempt by one or more people—usually friends and family—to get someone to seek help for their addiction.
We recommend that you get professional guidance before staging an intervention. To learn more about interventions or how to choose a provider, call us at 800-884-1727 or download our free intervention guide.