Intervention Program

Substance abuse interventions are structured and planned meetings or gatherings that aim to confront an individual struggling with substance abuse and encourage them to seek help and treatment. The primary goal of an intervention is to motivate the person to recognize the severity of their addiction, accept the need for change, and agree to enter a rehabilitation program or seek professional assistance. Each step is initiated and guided by the intervention specialist. 

Here's a description of the typical steps involved in a substance abuse intervention: 

It's important to note that interventions can be emotionally charged and complex, and it's recommended to involve a professional interventionist who has experience in facilitating these meetings. They guide the process and ensure that it remains focused, respectful, and productive.