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Drug and Alcohol Intervention Programs
As a concerned friend or loved one, finding good drug and alcohol intervention programs can be one of the most important steps that you can take to protect the health and well-being of an addict. The professionals associated with these programs can help manage the details of an intervention so that you can work on achieving emotional equilibrium and prepare for your loved one's rehab stay. Intervention programs can involve planning for inpatient treatment, especially in severe addiction cases that require detox. At BetterAddictionCare, we know that some of the most effective intervention programs are associated with rehabs that offer comprehensive addiction care. That's why we're proud to include facilities in our recovery network that provide medically assisted detoxes and a variety of other treatment options as well as intervention assistance.
Drug and alcohol intervention programs are usually guided and overseen by a highly trained interventionist. Many times, these interventionists have successfully completed their own journeys toward addiction recovery and have special insight on how to relate to addicts and convince them to start healing. They address the concerns of addicts' loved ones by answering any questions that they may have about programs and can offer advice on how to keep a substance abuser safe while an intervention is being planned. Interventionists may also help prepare close associates of addicts for the emotional aspects of carrying out an intervention on someone who may not feel that they have a substance abuse problem. During the planning part of a program, an interventionist may interview friends and loved ones to determine which type of intervention model, such as Johnson, Crisis, or ARISE, to employ to increase the chances of success.
Interventionists, along with medical professionals and addiction counseling specialists, lead addicts through every step of the addiction recovery process. For example, after a successful intervention, an interventionist will often accompany a substance abuser to rehab as soon as they agree to get sober. These specialists can also be part of an aftercare team that assists addicts as they attempt to live a drug-free lifestyle and resist temptation. At BetterAddictionCare, we realize how important it can be for substance abusers to access the support systems that they need through all phases of recovery, which is why we also provide recovery teams to offer aftercare support to our clients.
Contrary to popular belief, friends and loved ones don't have to wait until a substance abuser has reached a breaking point to seek help and research drug and alcohol intervention programs. In fact, programs are usually most successful when implemented during the initial stages of an addiction. To find the right treatment for your loved one's dependency, fill out our contact form to obtain more information about the facilities in our network. If you have knowledge of your loved one's private insurance details, call today to speak with a counselor who can suggest rehabs that are covered by their benefits. We'll even help arrange for transportation so that the addict in your life can get the help they need as quickly as possible.