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Drug & alcohol intervention program

Home Drug & alcohol intervention program

An intervention isn’t about confrontation – it’s about helping your loved one

With our interventionists on your side, there’s a 90% chance your loved one will enter treatment based on our track record.          

Get your loved one the help they need. Our interventionists work with you to build and empower your team to deliver a clear-cut plan to help your loved one.

RCA interventionists represent your family’s interests. They serve as your family’s advocate, providing support and helping you get a desirable outcome for your loved one.

An RCA treatment advocate will get you in touch with one of our Intervention Support Specialists, who will listen to your needs and initiate the process of an intervention.
An RCA interventionist will ask for more information about your loved one and dig deeper to understand different mindsets and feelings within the family.
Your family and interventionist will go through the logistics, such as where the intervention will be held, and come up with a team of individuals who will be present.
RCA’s interventionist will anticipate any objections or barriers that may prevent your loved one from getting into treatment. Your family will be asked to craft a message from love and concern, while the interventionist puts the treatment options together and puts a bed on hold for your loved one.
Here, your family will deliver their message of love and concern. The interventionist will answer any questions, revisit objections, offer treatment options, and if applicable, will take your loved one directly to treatment.
RCA’s interventionist will identify recovery efforts for each and every family member. This way, everyone can learn how to only support recovery and no longer support the addiction.

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Eliminating feelings of shame

Our interventionists make your loved one feel safe, working to break down the barriers standing in the way of seeking drug and alcohol treatment, including:

  • Shame and stigma
  • Not knowing where to turn
  • Concerns about effectiveness
  • Disinterest in abstinence
  • Job Concerns
  • Financial Concerns
  • Transportation

Download our Intervention Preparation Workbook

The intervention workbook gives answers to your questions:

  • Why does this person need an intervention?
  • What does the interventionist do?
  • Who are the best people to include on the intervention team?
  • What education and alignment does your team need?
  • What possible obstacles could you face getting your loved one into treatment?

Meet our drug & alcohol interventionists

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