When you love someone who is trapped in drug addiction or alcoholism, it often leaves one feeling helpless and hopeless. There is constant worry about their safety and health. The person you once knew is no longer there. What happened? What can you do? Addictions cause families heartache, ruin and quite bluntly, can kill. Often times we wait, hoping our loved one will wake-up and ask for help.
With a Christian Intervention, that moment of clarity needed to effect change, will commence immediately. There is no greater gift that you can offer your loved one than the gift of hope and life. Call us today and ask about Christian Intervention. Our Christian Counselors are standing by 24 Hours a day seven days a week. Call Now! Toll Free (800) 708-3173.
More about the Intervention Process
The Good News, our Christian Interventions have a solid success rate. The process is designed not only to have our loved one enter treatment the day of the intervention, but to also protect and enhance the long-term nature of family relationships, while at the same time removing the addiction from controlling and hurting the family.
- The process begins with a telephone call to Bobby Nicholl, a Nationally Certified Interventionist. Mr. Nicholl will ask you a series of questions designed to help break the isolation of dealing one-on-one with the substance abuser.
- A plan is developed to reach out to as many concerned family members and friends as possible and to set up a face-to-face meeting, known as the pre-intervention. At the pre-intervention Mr. Nicholl will come to your location and guide the group, step-by-step on strategies to counter the substance abusers denial and resistance.
- During the pre-intervention ground rules are discussed and developed. We will help you verbalize specific concerns as related to your loved one's drug or alcohol use.
- Effective communication techniques are taught, ground rules are established and all of the hypothetical are discussed, thus alleviating all of the “what ifs”.
- Celebrate Hope Interventions are conducted from a point of support and empathy. We are not there to belittle or judge your loved one. We prefer the term, "lovefrontation" instead of a confrontation. The purpose is to express, in love and truth, your concerns, worries, and hopes for your loved one. All at the same time remembering the purpose, goal, and the group’s expectation, is one thing and one thing only - your loved one will be entering Treatment the very same day.
In the last 15 years Robert Nicholl, CDAI, a Nationally Certified Interventionist, has facilitated 212 Interventions, 200 of those entered a Treatment Program.
We invite you to call us today or complete our on-line contact form.
There is Good News, you don’t have to wait.