Interventions are a way of getting people to understand
that they’re not all alone. Family members, friends, and specialists
can offer their love, thoughts, ideas, and feelings for how a person
experiencing addiction can become healthy again. With a non-confrontational
approach, fully supportive of the addicted person, intervention
can knock down the walls of denial and open up the possibilities
for recovery and survival. Before it’s too late.
Some people don’t have anyone to reach
out a helping hand. This is an important aspect of intervention
— whether it’s drug intervention, alcohol intervention,
adolescent intervention, or gambling intervention — Lifeline
Interventions understands and promotes full-awareness in addiction
intervention. And people who have an addiction need someone they
can believe in — someone who can hold their hand and get them
to take the first steps from transport to treatment, on their way
to recovery and survival.
Who’s to say what one person can do and
another can’t? An addiction for one person might be a recreational
habit for another. The fact is, addiction happens. And addiction
can kill. And when a habit becomes a problem, and that problem becomes
an addiction, lives can be ruined. In some cases, lives can be lost.
So, what may have once been a fun and happy habit is now a life-and-death
At Lifeline Interventions, we offer various opportunities
for concerned loved-ones to become involved. If your care and concern
can be properly focused and guided, the intervention addict target's’s
walls of denial won’t be able to withstand the power of love,
compassion, and supportive honesty. There are many addiction resources
available to those hoping to save someone from self-destruction.
Drug Addiction Intervention
Drug addiction intervention is the most common
and the most difficult to successfully complete. To perform a drug
intervene sometimes requires all the addiction resources available
to the friends and family of the drug addict.
Because of the psychological effects of drug
addiction, the mind of an addict is capable of shutting out unnecessary
influences. It’s the overwhelming desire to continually and
perpetually be high that makes the addict avoid confrontation and
change. Friends and family who once may have been close to an individual
find themselves removed from the addict’s life. It’s
the walls of denial and addiction that must be broken down.
The first step is a well-designed, compassionate,
and focused drug addiction intervention that can get the attention
of the addict. Drug treatment intervention doesn’t leave behind
any person untouched — it’s an emotional, often physically,
mentally, and spiritually demanding journey. For friends and family,
it’s often a lifesaving journey that doesn’t afford
half-truths or a lack of commitment.
The walls of denial for drug
intervention are high and wide, and the people committed to
completing a successful drug addict intervention must be willing
to go the distance. It takes patience, strength, energy, teamwork,
and a lot of compassionate and supportive love.