When is an intervention necessary?
Someone you know has a problem with alcohol or drug addiction. They may be hiding the problem. Or denying that it exists. But you can see it. And feel it. In fact, sometimes it feels like you’re the only one suffering because of it. Alcohol, Drugs and other behavioral problems can destroy families and end careers. Family members, employees, colleagues and company executives can find themselves trapped by such disorders. Their denial of the problem and ambivalence about treatment blurs their reality. Many people in these situations refuse help from loved ones, friends, or co-workers. This is where intervention can be useful.
You don’t have to feel alone any longer. You can get help through a process called intervention, which brings family, friends, co-workers and other supporters together with a skilled, professional facilitator to confront the addicted person in an honest and supportive way. Intervention is the process of presenting reality to such individuals in a receivable way. It is an invitation — not a confrontation — to accept help. When an intervention is done correctly, it can convince these people to finally seek help.
At New Found Life, we work with the families and individuals needing help to get treatment. However, there are times when an intervention may be necessary. The following are Intervention Specialists that can help. The Interventionists listed below are provided for your information only. The Interventionists are not employees or contractors of the New Found Life and the New Found Life assumes no responsibility for the methods, procedures or outcomes of the work of these individuals, agencies or organizations. When you click on a Web site or e-mail address below, you will be interacting with individuals and organizations outside New Found Life.
San Pedro, CA
Jeff & Debra Jay
Grosse Point Farms, MI
Michael G. Bickers
Long Beach, CA
All About Interventions
Scott & Jenny Graham
Camano Island, WA
Fort Worth, TX
Intervention Services of Arizona
Long Beach, CA
Jim Earnhardt, M.A.
Hightower Intervention Services
Can Am Addiction Intervention Services