Friends and family often receive the brunt of the negative effects of a loved one having a drug addiction. The negative effects are often far reaching, touching the addicted person’s personal and professional life. Family members often have to intervene, but feel helpless to do anything about the addiction. Getting your loved one to agree to enter drug rehab is not easy, but it is possible.
Interventions provide a way for friends and family members to try and change their loved one’s view of their addiction. Addicted people are often in denial about their problem and how their addictions affect those around them. During an intervention, friends and family approach the addicted person in a non-combative way and detail how their addiction has affected them personally. It is important that interventions be done in a calm and positive environment, or you run the risk of doing more harm than good. A professional interventionist can provide the guidance and support needed to have a successful intervention. Family therapy during inpatient treatment provides another avenue for loved ones to continue to be a part of the recovery process.
Summit Estate Recovery Center
At Summit Estate we offer luxury drug rehab with a personalized focus. Our 23 acre, six bed facility is fully staffed by 30 team members, each of whom are focused on providing individualized treatment. By tailoring treatment to the specific needs of each client, we are able to have the best outcomes and prepare our clients for life after treatment. The drug recovery experts at Summit Estate Recovery Center may be reached via phone at 800-701-6997. Our admissions counselors can provide detailed information about our program offerings and answer any questions you may have. Should you want additional information about performing an intervention, we can put you in contact with one of the professional interventionists we have relationships with. Additionally, we welcome the opportunity to speak directly with your loved one to explain how our drug recovery center works and how we can help them gain long lasting sobriety. Contact us today to get started.