Addiction Intervention Program

Addiction Intervention Program

An intervention is about tapping into the powerful love and influence of family members and friends of those that are addicted to drugs. 

Through a process called intervention family members/loved ones can play an important and powerful role in moving the addicted person back toward reality and recovery.

“You don’t have to wait until they hit rock bottom.”

  • Intervention is a way of raising the bottom.
  • Intervention is a process by which the harmful progressive and destructive effects of drug addiction are interrupted.
  • Intervention is presenting reality to a person out of touch with reality in a receivable way.

 An intervention is presenting your addicted love one a moment of truth and an opportunity for choosing life and recovery.

“How successful is intervention?”

Statistically, success ranges between 80% to 85% - if we define success as motivating the addicted person to accept help.

 We believe that all interventions, done correctly, are successful for the following reasons:

  • The family is united through education and open communication.
  • The addicted person hears how much her family loves them.
  • The family members have an opportunity to explain how the addiction has affected them.
  • The addict learns that the family will support recovery but not addiction.

 The first step is to call 419 774-9969 and request an Intervention Evaluation.

 The receptionist will schedule you with a Trained Interventionist who will sit down with you and determine if your situation is appropriate for an intervention.

 They will explain to you in detail the process of developing an Intervention from beginning to end. Then they will walk with you through the entire process.

 Call today and create a moment of truth and an opportunity for choosing life and recovery for your loved one.

 It could be the step that makes all the difference.


Here, I have a support system of people who really understand and want to see me heal.


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"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day, saying, "I will try again tomorrow." 

~ Mary Anne Radmacher


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