We as human beings form an outlook on life, a plan or schema of the way we believe it should be. When that plan fails us; it doesn’t go our way, we are let down and don’t know what to do. This happens more often then not, especially when dealing with drug and alcohol dependency. When you raise a child, all you see are bright things ahead for that child. When your child slips and falls, you want to be able to comfort them; heal them. Unfortunately when dealing with dependency issues this cannot always be the case. Parents are left bewildered and often causing more harm then good. Intervention help is the best thing that a parent can do to help their child. Intervention help is not something that parents, or children learn about throughout the school years.
Today Intervention help is becoming more popular due to the rising numbers of youth needing help for drug dependency issues. We are seeing numbers rising daily. 100 people a day are dying here in the United States due to overdose deaths. Intervention help aids in teaching family members how to have more appropriate responses to their loved ones use, and how to stop enabling their loved ones to continue on with their behaviors. Intervention help is also set up to help the dependent loved one receive treatment for their alcohol and or drug dependency. What if your loved one is not be interested in receiving Intervention help? Trained Interventionists are there to help with that. The truth is, you have to be willing to want to get sober and want help. It can also just take someone who is not related to the dependent person just talking to them, and being understanding of them and where they are in that moment to get them to get help; that’s another part the Intervention Help and an Interventionist play. Most Interventionists have struggled with their own personal demons and can relate to each and every one of the lives they touch on a daily basis. Ivan Baker, CNDAI, Addiction Intervention Specialist says what he loves most about his job is “working with the people, and watching them achieve great things for themselves. I get to share my experience with them and give them hope. I was once where they were in that very moment. I get to let them know that it truly does get better.”
If you or someone you know is in need of help for dependency issues contact Intervention Now, Today! (866) 683-8833.