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Family Intervention

Does Someone You Love Need An Intervention?

 Intervention for Drug or Alcohol Addiction

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Substance abuse issues, compulsive behaviors and addictions can be devastating on the individual experiencing them and for the family, friends, and coworkers that may be watching in horror.

Sometimes an intervention may be needed to get the individual to a proper treatment program like the one we offer at Valiant Recovery.

If you are in a situation where you are finding yourself confused and not sure what to do next, we offer  great resources to help you find an expert interventionist that has a history of successfully aiding individuals break the cycle of addiction and accept that they need a treatment program.  A professional Interventionist will have the knowledge, training, and experience needed in order to get the desired results in most cases.  The interventionists that have worked alongside our programs have earned our trust by helping many clients understand that they must choose recovery over their painful lifestyle that have whirled out of control.

Friends and family are very important during the Intervention, and you will need to let the person with the problem know just how it affects you and those around you. Sometimes hearing how their substance abuse or compulsive behavior hurts loved ones is enough to make the subject of the intervention agree to get help.

It is a myth that the person must want help for an intervention to work. Few people walk into an intervention believing that they have a problem or that help is even required. Compulsive behaviors and substance abuse makes an individual live in a perpetual state of denial, but an intervention can break through this wall. This process should never be tried without professional assistance though. The subject person of the intervention may get angry or upset, and emotions tend to run high with everyone because they care and want to offer help. The professional intervention specialist can also help you cope and determine what to do next if the meeting is not successful and the subject walks out or will not agree to get treatment.

Our staff at Valiant Recovery want you to understand that you do not have to be alone in this ordeal and we are here to help you or a loved one you care for get the treatment that is needed.  Our wish is to help our clients recover from their addictions and damaging behaviors with the understanding that recovery was a crucial step to living a much happier life.

If you need help, please call us 1 (877) 618-6464

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