An Intervention May Not Be What You Think It Is

To many families, the thought of an intervention is terrifying. There’s the shame in admitting that there’s a problem, and, as bad as things are, you hope something will happen to change it on its own. You know in your gut that your loved one is in trouble, and perhaps you’ve been conditioned to deny it. The truth is this isn’t something that will go away on its own. In fact, it usually gets worse over time without some type of interruption.

We’ve written a blog article and created a PDF to help your family make an informed decision. Learn more about the ten most important things to know about Interventions.

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