23-05-2017
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DIG’s Intervention Services

The definition of an intervention is a deliberate process by which change is introduced into peoples’ thoughts, feelings and behaviors. It is utilized when all other options have been exhausted in an attempt to help an individual overcome a serious problem with alcohol abuse, opiate abuse or methamphetamine abuse.

Call us today at 855- 222-1101 for a life saving consultation. We can help! Our clinicians understand how you feel. Now is the time to act!

A hallmark of alcohol/drug addiction is denial. A drug or alcohol abuser usually does not know they are out of control. They look at their peers and their own drug or alcohol use appears normal in comparison. A family intervention is the best way to combat this difficult problem.

Call today for intervention services. We help families to heal.

Call today for intervention services. We help families to heal.
Through a systematic process, one of our clinicians can teach your family how to confront your loved one and get them into a treatment program. It is understandable that the decision to plan a drug abuse intervention by family members for a friend or loved one can be painful.

Call us today at 855- 222-1101 for a life saving consultation. We can help! Our clinicians understand how you feel. Now is the time to act!

 

We are specially trained in this area to guide you through the process. A specialist at The Diversified Intervention Group can organize and produce effective results for you. This is a carefully planned out process. This can be the key component that helps the individual go from the downward spiral of addiction/alcoholism and on to the road of recovery.

The optimum time for this process is just after a major event. Some examples of such events would be:

» The person gets arrested
» When he/she has wronged (lied, stolen, cheated etc.)
» When a spouse is leaving them or considering leaving them because of their addiction.
» After an overdose.

Call us today at 855- 222-1101 for a life saving consultation. We can help! Our clinicians understand how you feel. Now is the time to act!

A person who has done these types of things will usually show emotions such as remorse, guilt and shame. Although you obviously don’t want to risk the person’s life by postponing this process, it will be more effective after such events when the addict/alcoholic is down and feels like his/her life is in need of change.

Do not let your situation get to the point where the addicted individual hurts themselves, one of their family members or another person! These are delicate matters and should be done properly by a trained professional.

Call us today at 855- 222-1101 for a life saving consultation. We can help!