Drug Alcohol Interventions Long Island
What is an intervention?
A drug or alcohol intervention is a process by which the addict/alcoholic is encouraged to seek substance abuse treatment. It is directed professionally by a certified interventionist whose goal is to have the individual admit that he/she has a substance abuse problem and agree to receive help. It’s an educational process, usually conducted face-to-face, that involves family members of the addicted individual.
Through our experience at Long Island Interventions, we know that addicts/alcoholics are often in denial about their substance use and are initially unwilling to commit to an outpatient or inpatient treatment program. An intervention conducted the right way with the help of professionals can change this and save a person’s life. If you’re searching for addiction interventions on Long Island, then you’ve come to the right place.
A large part of an intervention plan focuses on providing information and educating the family about their loved one’s substance abuse. It is an opportunity for the family to come together, under the guidance of a certified addiction interventionist, and support an addicted loved one during this difficult time. It is not about releasing anger, frustration, or putting your loved one down. The point of the drug alcohol intervention is to have the addict/alcohol agree to attend a rehab program.