An intervention is held is to create an opening in the denial system of your loved one to facilitate getting help. This is accomplished by helping everyone accept the difficult reality of the current situation and the part each person plays in the drama. We work to meet a client where they are in the process of change to explore the relationship between themselves, their world, and their addiction-related issues. Treatment options are explored, and arrangements are made for your loved one to accept the treatment being offered.
We know that addiction is a family disease, and the best way to help anyone recover is to treat the whole family.
Our behavioral health team provides clinical feedback as well as referrals, advocacy and long term case management to help the family uphold boundaries and move into recovery regardless of what is happening with their family member at the time.
Families learn new ways of relating to one another and taking care of themselves. We provide family education, meetings, coaching, monitoring of care and coordination of services.
Continuum of Care
We provide continuous, supportive interaction and communication with you, your loved one and your family members throughout the assessment, intervention, treatment and post-treatment phases. We know that through our experience when a family works together with our team miracles happen. We witness the success of families reaching their goals on a daily basis.
Our team works with families and intervenes with the therapeutic process to place adolescents and young adults with special needs or could be considered “at risk.” Our clients usual course has common behavioral, psychiatric, developmental and substance use disorder.
We travel across the country to gauge and rate programs on site. In addition, we assist educational alternatives for students, more appropriately for private or day boarding school alternatives to public schools. By visiting these highly selective alternatives our team has the knowledge and understanding to gain insightful perspective of each school.