Guide to Hold a Family Intervention


Preparing for an intervention for a loved one can be a difficult process. People who live with someone who is addicted to drugs and alcohol can feel hopeless and helpless, as though nothing they can say or do will make the situation change and force the person to get the help needed to leave the addiction behind. Interventions can change this pattern, allowing families to take a proactive stance and reach through to the person who needs help. These 10 tips can help families design an effective intervention, with the best chance of reaching the person who needs care.

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