We are interventionists who understand the importance of family involvement in the addiction recovery process.
We believe reaching bottom occurs at the moment we ask for help. The person who first asks for help does not necessarily have to be the substance user. When the family takes the first step and makes healthy changes, the substance user often follows.
When your family has reached its bottom, you don’t need permission to ask for help.
It is difficult if not impossible to see the situation from the stage. A clearer understanding most often comes from the view in the balcony. The intervention process helps families see from a different perspective.
Being emotionally attached and overwhelmed can compromise the ability to find successful solutions. An unbiased professional is able to see things much differently. Here are some effective approaches.