Free Intervention Guide Download
We’ve just completed a new guide to help the family and friends of an individual who is struggling with a drug or alcohol problem. Our Intervention Guide, available as a free download below, offers information, tips, and advice for holding an addiction intervention and helping a loved one into treatment.
The guide lays out in simple terms:
What an intervention is
How to recognize over 20 “warning signs” that your loved one may be using drugs or alcohol
Who should be involved and what’s expected of each person
How to conduct the actual intervention discussion
How to write your own “intervention letter” (including a “fill-in-the-blanks” worksheet)
What to say to 14 of the most common objections that may arise
How to select the right treatment center for help
What friends and family can do to help themselves
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