Professional Family Interventions
Interventions are a process, not an event. If you have a loved one that is struggling with an addiction or substance use disorder, you don’t have to face it alone.
Our team of experienced professionals is committed to the health and wellness of you and your family. We meet people where they are at in their life and work with them to develop a treatment plan that will create a life of healing and recovery.
Get immediate family support to avoid a potential crisis
Reduce worry with a team of professionals on your side
Invest in treatment options that are clinically proven to work
Every family’s needs are different. We develop individualized treatment and recovery plans for each client and their family.
Your privacy is important to us. All treatment, personal, and family information will always remain 100% confidential.
We address the underlying issues associated with addiction and deliver ongoing support and accountability that works.
We Understand The Pain and Uncertainty Your Family is Facing.
When a loved one becomes constricted by the tightening grasp of an addiction or substance use disorder, it can make your family feel helpless. How do you address it with them? Will your relationship suffer if you try to get them help? Where do you even start when researching treatment options? How do you know what will work for them?
Since 1996, we’ve worked with families experiencing this exact situation and asking themselves these questions. In fact, some of our own team members have their own story of recovery, which allows them a deeper understanding of the situation you are facing and the problems and set-backs that may occur along the way. We’ve walked side-by-side thousands of families, guiding them away from the uncertainty and worry, and into an environment of healing and understanding. Our professionals are ready to do the same for you and your family.
We view interventions as an interruption to a path that is harmful to individuals and those around them. When an interruption is created, it provides an opportunity for hope and healing. The first step of the intervention process is to invite the family to meet with our trained interventionists so we can learn about their loved one and discuss their observed behaviors. After that, an intervention team is created once all members of the team share the same vision. From there, the intervention planning and rehearsals will take place in preparation for the actual intervention.
Receiving addiction treatment and care should be a simple process.
Here is that process.
Call us. One of our caring and experienced team members are ready to help.
We'll assess and identify a care plan that fits you and your family's specific needs.
We guide you and your family through every step of the recovery process.
Meet Some of Our Addiction Professionals
Pam Feinberg-Rivkin, RN, BSN
Founder & CEO
Interventionist - Emeritus
Chief Operating Officer
Steve Anderson, MA, LLP
Vice President of
Kristen Byrne, MA, MCAP
Vice President of
We're Accredited By The Joint Commission in Behavioral Health
The Joint Commission is the leading health care quality improvement and accrediting body in the nation.
Being accredited means that our company meets the highest standards of safe and ethical care in healthcare.
Being accredited also shows that we put the safety and quality of care we provide to our clients first.
Stories of Hope and Healing
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