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Troubleshoot an Intervention

Interventionists do their part to help people prepare for the unexpected, but family members that work hard to brush up on their communication skills can also do their part to stay calm and collected, no matter what twists and turns the intervention might take.

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Drug Addiction Statistics

When a family member or close friend suffers from the disease of addiction, it can be difficult to see the overall effects of the abuse and addiction on the entire family or social circle. In some circumstances, we find excuses and patterns of behavior to justify certain activities, even going so far as to live under a delusional cloud.

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Ways to Deal With a Stubborn Addict

Drug addiction is not a lifestyle choice. The decision to use drugs is usually voluntary in the beginning, but once drug use has moved through drug abuse and into addiction, the drug addict has suffered significant changes in several aspects of their physical body and emotional health.

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How Much Does an Intervention Cost?

When someone we love is suffering from the damaging and life-changing effects of an addiction disease, we can often feel powerless. How can we help them? What are the steps to creating a change in an individual’s life without pushing them further away?

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When to Seek Treatment After Interventions

Seeking treatment after an intervention is generally the next step in the recovery process. Remember that even the most powerful intervention is only the initial chapter in the ongoing, sometimes life-long, process of recovery.

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Do Interventions Really Work?

Discover what is considered success for an intervention as well as intervention factors in this article. If you need help planning one, please call us today

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Success Rate of Interventions

To gauge the success of an intervention, the goals of the intervention must have been accomplished. If the addict seeks treatment due to the events of the intervention, then the intervention is a partial success.

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