Newman Interventions has performed countless interventions across the nations for people struggling with alcoholism. Millions of Americans are struggling with an alcohol use disorder and not seeking out help, and intervention is often always done. The average alcoholic believes they can stop drinking at any time and have their problem under control. Yet, this is never the case and alcoholism always progressively becomes worse. Friends and family who are seeing this happen feel compelled to approach the person and discuss how their alcoholism is affecting everyone around them. However, an alcoholic will not see this and will believe his or her actions are not affecting the people around them, and everything is under control.
When an individual’s alcohol abuse is affecting others around them, such as their family, friends, spouse, work-life, and social life, it is time to organize an intervention. It is never too early to intervene, and the process can happen quickly. When you first contact Newman Interventions, our interventionists will spend the time with you on the phone, answer all your questions, and go over the details of the intervention. When we first arrive in your city or town, the first day is spent with the family and is an education day. The next day the intervention will happen, and the alcoholic is then escorted to treatment. Everything happens relatively quickly, but it involves extensive organization and planning. Alcoholics tend to be resistant to the idea of help and treatment and those present at the intervention must stand firm with the bottom line.