Intervention

Intervention Abuse Rehab Center

Admitting to and understanding that you have a substance abuse problem could be the most paralyzing time of your life.

It’s a moment in which you admit your dependency and that you alone don’t have the power to make yourself better.

Sure, it can be humiliating, even embarrassing. But at the same time, a certain strength and fortitude comes with admitting to your ailment. You’ve now admitted your shortcoming, and with that have given yourself the opportunity to move forward toward a better place in life where your addiction will be a thing of your past.

Intervention goes a long way to helping you overcome your inability to quit your addiction and go on with your life. Intervention is an action in which someone other than a family member or friend advises you on how to care for yourself in the midst of quitting your habits.

Intervention is also something that immediately needs to be taken into account for your drug use.

You see, the longer you wait, the closer you’ll get to rock bottom – which is no place to be, especially with addiction.

Rock bottom can bring about many types of unhealthy behaviors in lieu of your addiction. There’s no need, really, to outline what those behaviors are; just think of yourself at your utter worse in regard to your alcohol or drug habit, including jail, death or a complete lack of self-esteem, and you’ll understand what unhealthy behaviors are.

Intervention can help you avoid hitting rock bottom. This is because a professional interventionist is able to be neutral toward your addiction.

They will listen to the early and late stages and what you believe caused your downward spiral into addiction.

Professional interventionists do not judge or blame. They simply listen, and afterward, help you chart a path away from your current ailment toward recovery.

The intervention allows you to focus on barriers that cause denial and in turn, can cause you to not see the damage your addiction does to not just yourself, but your family and friends as well.

Safe Harbor Treatment Center has a nationwide team of interventionists located in every treatment center throughout the country. They are discreet, yet focused on your addiction, and are able to help customize a recovery process geared only to you.

As for your friends and family, they are also included in the intervention process. Through them in what’s again a nonbiased, non-confrontational atmosphere, they voice their concern, then huddle together to create the best way possible to approach you about your addiction.

From there on, the interventionist supervises the meeting between you and your loved ones until acknowledgement of a problem is recognized by everyone. This can then be followed by an arrangement to enter detoxification and rehabilitation, or in other cases, have another intervention.

Yes, intervention can be painful, even shameful. But it can also offer an honest and upfront dialogue regarding your addiction.

And because Safe Harbor’s interventionists can be found in each Safe Harbor facility across the country, there will always be one available no matter where in the US you decide as far as your addiction is concerned, you’ve had enough.

In our busy fast-paced world, addiction has a way of sneaking up on us. And that addiction cares little about who we are, be it a father, mother, child, husband or wife. Don’t let addiction stand between your loved ones and yourself.