How many times has your loved one claimed they’ll get sober, but hasn’t? Oftentimes, those addicted to drugs and alcohol either don’t believe they have a problem or are incapable of getting clean on their own. At The Raleigh House, we offer addiction interventions to help your loved one realize they can’t overcome their addiction on their own.
Trying to convince your loved one on your own about their addictive behaviors can fall on deaf ears. To persuade them towards treatment before their addiction gets worse, one of our experienced professionals will work with you to organize an intervention. This addiction interventionist will:
Our addiction interventionist will organize the intervention and handle any stressful or emotional moments that may arise if your loved one becomes defensive or unpredictable. By the end of the intervention, the interventionist will recommend treatment and know how to respond if your loved one refuses help.
In general, anyone who is important to your loved one can join the intervention. This can include a spouse or partner, other family members, close friends and colleagues. Just remember that all those invited should be solely focused on helping your loved one live a healthier life. Our experienced interventionists can help you decide who to include in the intervention if you have trouble deciding who to invite.
If your own attempts at talking to your loved one about their addiction have failed, an intervention with The Raleigh House is the next step. Our experienced professionals can help you set up the time of the intervention and decide if it should be held at home or a neutral location.
At The Raleigh House, we’re focused on helping our clients overcome their addiction and get on the path to recovery. If you’re ready to organize an addiction intervention for your loved one, please contact us today or call us directly at 720.891.4657.