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Intervention Hope Begins Here

At Decision Point Center, our Arizona drug and alcohol rehab professionals are here to assist in all your intervention needs. With a range of treatment options, our goal is to help your loved one make the decision to save their life and begin the recovery process today. By offering a number of treatment options for residents suffering from everything from alcoholism to heroin addiction, we have seen that a better tomorrow is possible. We know you will never give up on your loved ones, and neither will we. 

Arizona Addiction Intervention Specialist

When It Is Time to Consider a Drug & Alcohol Rehab Program

For a long time, the commonly held belief was that an addict could not get better until they reached a “bottom.” The idea was that individuals dealing with drug or alcohol issues would not realize they had a problem until their life had become so thoroughly unmanageable, they would be forced to seek professional help. Yet in recent years, the thinking behind substance abuse has evolved. Drug addiction and alcohol addiction is a disease, and in the medical community, letting individuals suffering from addiction reach a point of no return without providing the encouragement they may need to seek treatment is now seen as counterproductive to fighting this disease.

At Decision Point Center, our Arizona drug and alcohol rehab professionals are here to assist in all your intervention needs. With a range of treatment options, our goal is to help your loved one make the decision to save their life and begin the recovery process today. By offering a number of treatment options for residents suffering from everything from alcoholism to heroin addiction, we have seen that a better tomorrow is possible. We know you will never give up on your loved ones, and neither will we. At Decision Point, hope begins here.

Call our admissions staff now at (844) 292-5010, or contact us online for all questions regarding mental health and substance abuse issues.

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We Understand That You Have Questions

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  • Q:What Is an Intervention?

    A:One of the more common ways people across the country have helped their loved ones fight addiction in recent years is through interventions with a professional interventionist. This process generally involves the family or friends of an addict, often working with a counselor or professional interventionist, staging a meeting to tell the person in question how drugs and alcohol have negatively impacted their life and the lives of those around them. While there are no guarantees, interventions can be a more productive way of getting someone to admit they have a disease, rather than waiting for that person to identify the disease themselves.

  • Q:Who Should Be Involved in an Intervention?

    A:Although interventions are typically staged by family members, anyone who cares and has a strong relationship with the person in question may assist in performing an intervention.

  • Q:What Is the Ultimate Goal of an Intervention?

    A:Interventions are usually staged to convince an addict they need to enter an inpatient rehabilitation program. It is important to remember that the purpose of an intervention is not to belittle or judge someone or to make them feel bad about their disease. 

  • Q:How Is an Intervention Conducted?

    A:A interventionist or counselor can also help to create a safe environment for you to stage an intervention including providing input on who should take place in the process. Young children, for instance, are often prohibited from taking part in an intervention, as the event may be too emotionally intense for them and involve discussions they cannot understand.

    Before an intervention can take place, it is imperative that everyone involved is adequately prepared. Without proper training, participants may not know how to conduct themselves and can end up lashing out at the subject and inadvertently damaging their desire to begin recovery. Remember, people staging an intervention have often been hurt by the subject in physical, emotional, and financial ways. While an addict should never be allowed to blame anyone else for their disease, using an intervention to express grievances may unfortunately backfire. This is why a professional should be present to guide family and friends through the intervention process.

  • Q:When Is an Intervention Necessary?

    A:The National Institute on Drug Abuse states that addiction is a chronic, relapsing brain disease, characterized a compulsive urge to seek and use drugs or alcohol despite negative consequences. If a person is not able to control this condition and refuses to acknowledge the harm it is doing to them or to seek treatment to stop, an intervention may be necessary.

    Common signs of addiction include:
    -A lack of interest in everyday life and activities
    -A record of being late or missing work
    -Strange behavior
    -Financial problems manifesting in constant requests to borrow money
    -Sleep deprivation
    -Cold and flu like symptoms
    -Itching of the body
    -Hot and cold flashes
    -Falling asleep/ Nodding off
    -Slurred speech Tinfoil / Syringes or other paraphernalia
    -Bloodshot eyes
    -Discolored teeth
    -Shakes and tremors
    -Rapid/sudden weight loss
    -Being quick to get angry and start fights
    -An influx of new friends from outside normal social circles

  • Q:Are Most Interventions Successful?

    A:The success of an intervention is measured in many of ways. If the individual does not go to treatment in that moment, it does not mean that the intervention was not a success. The family, friends and interventionist have succeeded in starting the process. This is one of the reasons that an interventionist is needed to continue coaching the loved ones of the addict/alcoholic, so that they are prepared with correct and compassionate strategies moving forward. 
    Even if an intervention does not have an immediate effect on the subject, there are still many reasons to stage one. An intervention may be the first of multiple steps which encourages an addict to think about his or her actions, and eventually seek treatment down the road. Interventions also help those in an addict’s life create boundaries, and let the subject know their loved ones will no longer enable them in self-destructive behavior. More than anything, an intervention may be the only way you have to reach an addict after other options have failed. For many, it is worth it to at least try and help save a loved one, even if it is the addict who has to make the ultimate decision to begin the healing process.

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