An intervention from start to finish does not take long, but there is a significant amount of planning and organizing put into it. If you are searching for a professional interventionist in Kentucky, Newman Interventions can help. Being a nationwide intervention group, we can travel anywhere in the United States to perform family interventions.
Drug and alcohol addiction only becomes worse when no help is gotten, and there is never a bad time to intervene. When you contact Newman Interventions, you are taking the first step in helping the addict save his or her life. A professional interventionist will be with you every step of the way and ensure everything goes smoothly.
The Family Intervention Process
The whole process starts when you call us, and we gather preliminary information about the addict. When we meet with the family in Kentucky, the process of choosing the people involved, selecting the location and preparing everyone for what is to come starts. One of the more important aspects of the intervention process is having treatment lined up. More specifically, having the financing available for drug rehab ready to go. This will all depend on the type of drug treatment center you select, and the program may have referred you to an intervention group after arrangements have been made.
The fundamental principle is, when the decision is made to go, an addict will not have the resolve to wait around. There is often only a brief window of opportunity when an addict is sober, and they decide to go to treatment. A certified interventionist will know how to help a family plan for and organize everything ahead of time.
The family will have to stick to the game plan and follow through with the bottom line and everything else that is prepared. Every detail is arranged ahead of time, such as flight schedules, transportation, the bag is already packed, etc. Moreover, finding the right treatment program is essential to the success of this whole effort. The initial assessment will help a family determine the best type of treatment. Intervention specialists are familiar with many different drug treatment programs across the country and can provide valuable insight. The goal of an interventionist is to get the addict safely into treatment, and if this means escorting them to the door of the treatment program, this can be done. Drug addiction affects many families who live in Kentucky.
Substance Abuse Trends in Kentucky
According to the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy, methamphetamine-related overdose deaths have increased by 25% since 2017. Meth continues to be the most commonly abused drug. However, in 2018 there a decrease in overall overdose deaths for the first time since 2013. Families that avoid getting their drug-addicted family member help run the risk of the addiction spiraling out of control leading to an overdose. There is no bad time to plan and organize a family intervention—Newman Interventions will help make all the arrangements.
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