Nationwide Family First Intervention is making a difference in the lives of families afflicted by addiction. Beyond professional intervention, we guide and assist addicts through treatment, ensuring compliance through our recovery monitoring program. From the inception of a person’s recovery journey until completion, our case managers are there for both the individual and the family.
Holding an intervention and getting someone into treatment is a major win. Convincing this person to go through detox, stay in treatment, and see the process through overcomes several additional hurdles. But research says that’s not the end. Aftercare, long-term case management, and recovery monitoring are necessary.
More and more addiction treatment professionals are understanding that a recovery monitoring plan is essential for long-term success.
We know that ensuring a lasting victory over addiction requires ongoing support for the addict and his or her family. Family First Intervention is passionate about providing a tailored, full-spectrum plan for people suffering from this chronic condition.
Nationwide Addiction Recovery Services
The unfamiliar terrain of rehabilitative care can be daunting to navigate alone. People often ask what kind of decisions families face and how our services help.
Planning, Preparing and Facilitating the Intervention
While treatment planning is multifaceted, case management typically starts with planning an intervention. Our interventionists happily travel anywhere in the U.S. to perform your family’s intervention and to start planning your loved one’s recovery.
Providing Options for Detox, Rehab and More
The next stage in addiction treatment planning involves poring over detox, rehab, inpatient, outpatient and partial hospitalization programs. With so many options out there and a variety of rehabilitation facilities, it can be confusing. We are here to educate and help find the best choice(s) for your loved one.
Mental Health Treatment when Appropriate
It is important to consider whether the individual struggling with drug and alcohol abuse also has a co-occurring disorder or needs mental health treatment. It is very common for someone abusing substances to also be suffering from depression, anxiety or some other mental health issue. Not all facilities offer qualified treatment for both disorders, so it is crucial that we find the most fitting rehab center for your loved one.
Assisting Families with Insurance, Intake and Cost Planning
Families new to addiction treatment probably aren’t familiar with all of the aspects of intake procedures governing rehab centers.
Additionally, mental health and addiction insurance benefits are different than regular medical insurance benefits. Having a case manager to advise on the best options and affordable treatment can be a relief.
Recovery Monitoring and Aftercare Compliance Program
We work to make appropriate arrangements when someone has completed their work in rehab. It is vital they continue with appointments with medical providers, counselors and support groups.
Families typically choose for their loved one to go to an out-of-town rehab to remove them from their normal, familiar and tempting environment. When the loved one returns, he or she needs information on support groups and other recovery resources nearby.
Case managers work to find resources and make appointments for family counseling and other necessary ongoing treatments in aftercare.
Benefits of a Nationwide Aftercare Plan
Unique in many facets, our program has a nationwide reach in facilitating interventions. Across the U.S., we travel to families to not only do interventions, but also to plan everything from pre-intervention work all the way through aftercare.
Enrollment in Aftercare Programs and Ongoing Recovery Treatment
Establishing Sober Living or Other Housing Assistance
When desired, our professional case managers can set up a new housing situation. Those struggling with addiction often need financial assistance and can benefit from the checks and balances established in sober living arrangements.
Assuring Program Compliance and Accountability During All Phases of Treatment
Taking advantage of Family First Intervention’s Recovery Monitoring and Aftercare Compliance Monitoring continues the success found in the initial treatment phases.
Drug testing is a valuable tool during this period.
Keeping the addict accountable is a big part of success. Evidence shows that about 79 percent of professionals enrolled in a drug and alcohol monitoring program continue their sobriety.
Providing Ongoing Care, Support and Family Guidance
We offer remote monitoring to check in on clients frequently and to make their transition back to normal life more manageable. The keys to maintaining a healthy recovery are an individualized and comprehensive plan, continual reassessment and monitoring.
Full and complete healing cannot happen without help. A stint in rehab is an important start, but a lifelong process keeps people from relapsing. Relapse is an all-too-common phenomenon that can result in death.
The Value of Investing in Addiction Recovery
Post-acute withdrawal symptoms can last a year or more, and triggers – or triggering events – can happen for many years to come. Getting the right kind of long-term care the first time saves money by minimizing the need for successive residential hospitalization stays.
How Much Will These Services Cost Me?
All charges and fees are included up front with the intervention, so there are no surprises or hidden fees. Families don’t have to worry about being billed every time they interact with their interventionist or case manager after the intervention.
These services add value far beyond the intervention, making Family First Intervention a leading choice when it comes to seeking recovery help for a loved one.
Our priorities in every aspect of what we do involve saving lives, reconciling families and integrating loved ones into the healing process. We are making a nationwide difference in the homes of families burdened with insidious addiction. Act now to get yourself or your family member enrolled in a life-changing recovery monitoring program.