Interventions: Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Intervention?

An intervention will have an establish goal that is concrete and easily defines. It is a planned meeting directed by someone with an addiction to enable change towards recovery and healthier choices

2. What are they used for?

Interventions are primarily used to encourage someone that is addicted to alcohol and/or drugs.

  3.  Why is Intervention needed?

An intervention is needed when you feel that the valued person in your life is on a self-destructive path of poor decisions that could eventually end in significant physical or mental injuries, legal issues, or death

4. Do I need an Intervention?

An intervention is an important event in your life and the life of the addicted person.Seeking the services of and AOD counselor or specialist may help ensure success.

5. What happens afterwards?

Most successful interventions end with the person leaving to treatment immediately following the session.This also calls for a bit of preparation to establish treatment options and openings prior to the meeting. Never go into an intervention without a plan for treatment.

( For more questions and concerns please contact Revival Recovery Services and speak with a specialist to help you and your family get to the next stage in recovery.)