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A drug or alcohol rehab intervention may feel like a last resort, but for individuals struggling with addiction and those close to them, it is only the beginning of a long journey to recovery. Ultimately the goal of an intervention is to convince a drug or alcohol user to enter treatment – without this crucial component, an addict will lack the proper tools to regain their health.
Clarity Way can help you make the most of the intervention process, first by suggesting a rehab intervention specialist who can oversee the proceedings with respect and compassion. Second, we will develop a course of treatment that will help your loved one get – and stay – sober through holistic treatment by our dedicated team of addiction experts.
A typical alcohol or drug rehab intervention will last two days. On the first day, friends and family will meet with one of our recommended rehab intervention specialists to discuss logistics and plan a course for the meeting itself. A drug or alcohol intervention can be an emotional process, but proper channeling of these emotions is often the key to success. During your preliminary meeting, the interventionist will walk you through the best methods for properly expressing your concern in a loving and respectful way.
On the second day, you and your loved one will meet with your rehab intervention specialist to begin the intervention. Your interventionist will guide the conversation to keep difficult emotions in check and work all parties towards the success of the meeting – getting your loved one to agree to treatment. We understand how hard the intervention process can be on friends and family. We can give you the support you need to work towards a positive outcome.
Although the goal of every intervention is to convince the addicted individual to seek treatment, not every intervention ends with an obvious success. Many addicted people are so firmly in denial that they simply cannot believe they need help to quit — even when the signs of destruction are everywhere. It is important to remember that many interventions do not appear to succeed right away. Many sober people today point to an “unsuccessful” intervention as one of the most important reasons they decided to enter treatment.
For many clients, the first stop after a successful alcohol or drug rehab intervention will be our detox facilities. We have six beds and a dedicated medical staff to oversee the withdrawal process and maintain the safety of our clients. Other clients may be able to proceed directly to our inpatient facilities. There, we begin the recovery process with a minimum of 10-15 one-on-one sessions a week, where we aim to first address the root of our clients’ addictive tendencies, then to give them tools they need to adopt new, healthy behaviors.
We offer more than detox and behavior modification, however. Our comprehensive program also addresses any underlying mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety. We use alternative therapies such as Neurofeedback, Music Therapy, Art Therapy, fitness training, Massage Therapy, Family Therapy, Life Purpose Coaching, and more. With our help, you or your loved one can rebuild your whole life.
We begin working for our clients before they even realize it. We can help facilitate a successful drug or alcohol rehab intervention by connecting friends and family with a skilled interventionist. Once the addict has agreed to get help, treatment can begin immediately.
You do not have to let an addiction to alcohol or drugs control your lifestyle. For more information about our programs, or to arrange a meeting with one of our rehab intervention specialists, contact us today at 1-866-813-0307.
“To the CW Team: I have been sober for 3 years, today. As my daughter turns four years old, I am grateful for the compassion and patience you have shown me. Without your help I wouldn't be the mom I am now. Although I've had some difficulties since leaving treatment, I have never started using again. Thank you for everything.”