We know facing up to the reality of getting help for the addiction of a loved one is a tough decision. Usually the person with the addiction is either in denial about how bad their addiction is or they are just simply too frightened to deal with the problem. In this case a family intervention might be the solution.
Most of the calls we receive to our private rehab facility are from distraught family members who are watching their loved ones self-destruct and are struggling themselves to cope with the addiction, not knowing what to do, but knowing that something has to be done.
When we speak to family members we hear how they have tried everything they can think of including:
And yet each one of these methods are unsuccessful.
If this sounds familiar and your loved one is refusing to get help or they say they will but do not do anything about it then a family intervention might be the best option for you.
Over the 18 years we have been treating addicts, we have developed a highly successful family intervention program. It is a highly structured step-by-step program to give the best possibility of your loved one finally accepting they have a problem and being willing to commit to a residential rehabilitation program, and start their recovery journey.
The family intervention is a carefully planned event undertaken by the family of the addict. We arrange for family members to gather together to express their concerns and to talk to the person about their drug or alcohol addiction.
We will help you achieve the best outcome for you and your family in a very short period of time. Often what you have been unable to achieve over years (getting your loved one into treatment) we can collaboratively achieve in only a few days.
We have created a free intervention checklist on what to do before, during and after an intervention.
The checklist includes:
We know taking the first step is the hardest. But we also know if you are reading this you are at a point where you feel out of options. If you would like to find out more about our family intervention program please call us on 1300 856 847. Talking to us is free and it could save a loved one’s life.