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Drug and Alcohol Assessment


Our trained counselors are available to speak with you at no cost or obligation to you. Each situation is unique. We're here to help match up the appropriate rehab treatment facility with each addict's needs. To further help us understand the current scene, we have provided an online assessment to fill out. Let us know the best time to contact you so we may be of assistance to you.
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Drug Rehabs with outside studies showing 75% of graduates going on to lead drug-free lives.

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Intervention Might be Necessary

When life has become all but unbearable, not knowing if the next call is from the police notifying you that someone you love is in jail, or worse, dead, then you need to go into action. Do do nothing is the wrong thing to do.

Of course, some addicts are ready to accept help, but if in your situation the person is in denial, then intervention may be necessary.

The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) recommends that getting a loved one to agree to accept help, is the first step toward healing for the addicted person. When an addicted person is reluctant to seek help, sometimes family members, friends, and associates come together out of concern and love, to confront the problem drinker. They strongly urge the person to enter treatment and list the serious consequences of not doing so, such as family breakup or job loss.

The objective is to convince their loved one in a firm and loving manner that the only choice is to accept help and begin the road to recovery.Drug intervention

Recommendations based on successful interventions include:

Choose an appropriate drug rehab program before the intervention and ensure that there is immediate availability. Workable rehab prevents relapse. This is why we offer our services.

Decide who should take part in the intervention. This should include family members or friends that the addict knows well and respects, not those who will only create hostility because of their own anger towards the addict.

Help show the addict the very real reasons why they must get help. Make the reasons applicable to their situation. Give examples of the issues which currently exist and will most likely exist if they don't get help. These issues should be significant and devastating to the addict. Get them to talk about them and see how it is that way.

The best time to do an intervention is after a major event such as incarceration, hospitalization, job loss or their significant other leaving.

Always do an intervention when the addict is sober.

Never use sympathy with the addict; instead, the intervention should be done with concern, love and directness. It must be unwavering in communicating that the family will no longer standby and watch the addict kill themselves.

Force the addict out of their "addiction comfort zone." An addict who is being provided money, a car and a place to freely live and does drugs is not likely to quit. Let the addict know they will no longer receive this type of assistance. Take away any "help" that is actually killing the person.

Arrange to have a staff member from the chosen rehab available if possible, if there is no interventionist.

Before you begin the intervention, have the addict's bags packed and travel arrangements made. There should be no delay. Give no option of backing out once the addict agrees to help.



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