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Why Interventions Are Critical

Few statistics reflect the nation’s drug problem like the overall number of people struggling with addiction. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), more than 21.7 million Americans aged 12 or older were in need of treatment in 2015. Unfortunately, just under 11 percent of those Americans received the medical help that they needed.

One of the main reasons that people who struggle with addiction are unable to get the help they need is because their friends and family enable them to continue – without necessarily realizing they are doing it. In many instances, friends and family understand that their loved one has an addiction problem but are unsure of how and when to get them help.

These loved ones may feel pressured by concern, fear or guilt to put off ending the enabling behaviors. In reality, delaying a loved one from entering rehabilitation only makes the problem worse. In cases like these, the support of a professional interventionist can make all the difference.

Connecting with a Professional Interventionist

At Family First Intervention, we empower families to help get their loved ones into treatment. We understand that communicating with a loved one who’s abusing substances can be extremely difficult without the right support. That’s why we encourage friends and families to work with a professional interventionist.


Why Can’t They Kick This?

Intervening for Addictions

Family First Intervention can meet with your family and help you guide your loved one into treatment quickly as possible.

Call us today at 1 (877) 728-1122 to see how our intervention services might be the solution you and your family need.

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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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