Drug Intervention Programs Can Be Customizable

Custom Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

A big misconception of drug intervention programs is that they are all the same and cater to all of the same people with all of the same treatment therapies and end results. This is not the case, as every single person is different and every single addict has their own story and circle of friends and family impacted by the tragic turn their life has taken.

Support within drug intervention

The friends and family are the ones who are calling for the intervention and the ones who are genuinely concerned about the health and safety of the addict in question. They can run the show as much as they need to, but the intervention specialist who will be handling the case is the one to listen to when it comes to how it should be run and what sort of things to say for maximum impact, as well as what things should be kept away from the confrontation as they may have a negative influence on the drug intervention programs effect. While the circle of friends and family is a strong one that has withstood a test of endurance and love, they are very likely to break during the mediation, and having an intervention specialist there to take control of the situation and bring it back to a logical and rational point is going to help everyone stay on task and accomplish what they set out to.

Finding the best intervention program

Drug intervention programs are gaining quite a bit of notoriety from networks wanting to expose how they are run and how they can positively impress upon an addict the help they can get and the way they can live their lives healthy and drug and alcohol free. Recovery and rehabilitation is not just getting clean, but making sure they have the coping techniques necessary to maintain a sober life and stay out of the way of triggers and influences that can bring them back around to making decisions that can hurt them both physically and emotionally, not to mention mentally. With the help of their friends and family, as well as the addiction counselor, they can get in to the treatment program catering to their specific needs and learn how to alter their life for the better.

Calling everyone who is involved in the life of an addict is a challenging and scary thing to do as they have been hurt and are probably not going to want to involve themselves in such an emotional and volatile situation. However, if they allow this person in to their lives because of their love for them and they are still an addict, they will continue getting hurt. If they speak up and let the substance abuser know they are hurting and want the person they care for back in their life, it may make an impact and allow them to see the responsibility they have to everyone around them, as well as the consequences of their actions. Drug intervention programs are designed to do just that, place the culpability right back on the shoulders of the person using.

Despite the challenges being faced by the person afflicted with this addiction, there is an intervention program out there to suit their needs. Making sure everyone involved knows the specifics of the case at hand, including the addiction mediator, is going to make this drug intervention customizable and much more successful.

Mike Loverde

As a Certified Intervention Professional (CIP), member of NAATP, NAADAC, and accredited by the Pennsylvania Certification Board, Mike Loverde knows first-hand what it’s like to live life with addiction. By overcoming it, he had a calling to work with others who struggle with drug and alcohol addictions—the people who use and the families who feel helpless watching them decay.

With thousands of interventions across the United States done and many more to come, Loverde continues to own the intervention space, since 2005, by working with medical doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists and others who need expert assistance for their patients who need intervention. To further his impact on behavioral health and maximize intervention effectiveness, Loverde is near completion of a Masters in Addiction Studies (MHS) accreditation, as well as a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC), and is committed to attaining the designation of a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).

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