Interventions Save Lives.
It’s time to stop your loved one from spiraling further out of control. You know it, and you’re here because it’s time to do something about it. This is what we do; we are professionals.
That seemingly endless destructive loop of addiction kills people, and we don’t want that to happen. Substance-abuse leaves the family confused, backed into a corner, heartbroken and at a loss for how to help.
This lack of knowledge is completely understandable.
There are likely medical problems appearing that are beyond your skill-set. These are complex issues that need addressing. If your loved one had some other illness, you would go to a healthcare provider and seek their guidance to treat the problem. Addiction is no different. Whether you choose our service or not, bringing in a skilled intervention practitioner is the best way to address this very complicated and misunderstood condition.
The professional you choose is going to make a significant difference. Let us explain.
There are 2 basic types of Intervention approaches; Confrontational and Non-Confrontational. Most intervention professionals will use a confrontational approach. This approach may be appropriate in extreme circumstances, especially when someone’s life is at imminent risk due to their substance-use, however, if possible, we’d like to go with an easier and softer way to ensure buy-in.
For a lot of individuals, the confrontational approach just doesn’t work. You might get the individual into treatment, but once there, they become angry and bitter and don’t engage because of the way they’ve been backed into a corner. People who are forced to participate and less likely to participate willingly.
We don’t want the treatment process being unsuccessful, because aside from costing thousands of dollars, we don’t want to be back in this situation all over again.
A non-confrontational approach.
Based upon Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT), this non-confrontational approach to substance-use has the best success in getting people into treatment. We are very successful in convincing the loved one that they cannot do this alone.
Together, using an intervention, we will convince them to accept our help.
This allows them to participate in a program with a much needed level of willingness and acceptance.
Note: a non-confrontational approach doesn’t mean we take a passive approach, it means that we’ll address this issue in a fashion that is most likely to produce the results we want. The result being getting your loved one treatment for addiction.
The Community Reinforcement and Family Training process is beneficial in many ways. It educates the family on how to interact with the addicted individual now and in the future. Risk of substance-use is something that both the addicted individual and their family will have to deal with forever. The CRAFT training will empower the family to start helping now and in the years to come.
We will do this together.
Often times a combination of addiction intervention approaches is required. No addiction intervention is the same so each one requires a unique and specifically tailored approach to the circumstances of that individual and family. Our skills, training and many years of experience allow us to customize the most effective way to guide everyone involved to health and wellness.
Addiction is a powerful physical and psychological force. Without proper help addiction will continue to progress and cause devastating consequence for everyone in contact with it.
You + Pacific Interventions
Sourcing the best addiction intervention option can be a very complex task. We help make this a much less challenging endeavour and provide the best treatment option for your loved one and we take into consideration all of the needs of the addicted individual and the family.
From start to finish we are there to guide you through the entire process. You are not alone. There is help available so call now and let us help bring balance back into your life.We don’t want the treatment process being unsuccessful, because aside from costing thousands of dollars, we don’t want to be back in this situation all over again.