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Get Addiction help. Do you need drug and alcohol intervention?  Are family members fighting over the best way to help an addicted loved one? Is everyone pointing fingers or waiting for a loved one to get help on their own? A real intervention is all about changing the way that family members think about enabling, codependency and accountability. It’s after families adjust their own behaviors that they can help guide a loved one into treatment. Change only happens once the family problem has been solved. Get addiction help from certified, experienced interventionist right here in Philadelphia.  All calls are free and confidential.

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Addiction Intervention Services

A long-held belief is that an addict must reach rock bottom before they will be ready to seek help, but this is a myth. Research shows that the most effective way to get addiction help a loved one who is struggling with a substance use problem is to intervene early, before their addiction gets worse. Our Addiction Intervention services include a skilled professional drug and alcohol interventionist that can help you communicate effectively with your your loved one and improve the chances that they’ll agree to treatment. And by intervening early, family and friends can help their addicted loved one before irreversible damage occurs.

Addiction involves craving for something intensely, loss of control over its use, and continuing involvement with it despite adverse consequences. Addiction changes the brain, first by subverting the way it registers pleasure and then by corrupting other normal drives such as learning and motivation. Although breaking an addiction is tough, it can be done.

Drug problems affect not only the user but the individual’s entire network of friends and family. Several family-oriented family interventions have been developed over the years to provide concerned loved ones with a structured, solution-oriented process to help motivate someone who has a problem with drug or alcohol abuse to seek addiction help.

It is common for addicted loved ones to deny that drugs are the source of the difficulties they face. They may instead blame other people or circumstances in their lives. When that happens, studies show that methods such as the Johnson Intervention can break through the denial and help these individuals engage with treatment.

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