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It’s heartbreaking to watch a loved one struggle with an addiction. In spite of all of your best efforts to help them, sometimes a professional drug intervention is necessary to persuade a loved one that substance abuse is not just a problem they can handle alone.

A third-party interventionist is trained to effectively, but compassionately, confront the person in need and offer them a comprehensive program for rehab and recovery treatment. 95% of interventions are successful at getting loved ones to agree to enter a treatment program. At National Assessment Foundation, our trained interventionists travel anywhere in the United States to facilitate an intervention.

Take the first step.

Drug intervention services often begin with a calm and objective approach that leads to creating an individualized plan for optimal recovery. Reaching acceptance is often the first major step of any journey toward achieving sobriety, and drug intervention is a key element in getting through this first major challenge. Through the loving testimonials of friends, family and the people who care, the individual is shown the detrimental impact of their behavior and how it affects those around them.

Our interventionists work to prevent communication breakdowns before they happen and hold a meeting with a chosen group of supporters long before confronting the individual to coordinate an approach that is best suited to help their loved one through such a difficult time. We also provide support during and after the intervention takes place, helping clients locate treatment programs and further assistance.

Know When Intervention is Necessary

An addiction to drugs or alcohol destroys the lives of an addict and surrounding loved ones from the inside out. It affects the brain and central nervous system, making it very difficult for those afflicted to stop substance abuse on their own.

You can’t force someone to accept help, but a trained drug interventionist knows how to create a support system that may be your best chance at helping your loved one.

You may notice that your loved one:
  • Blames outside circumstances like work or other people for their problems
  • Experiences significant changes in weight
  • Fights with friends and family members
  • Promises to get help, and then doesn’t
  • Ignores addiction-related safety issues and exhibits high-risk behaviors
  • Withdraws from family functions and responsibility
  • Lies about their whereabouts

Do Interventions Work?

What qualifies as successful?

A successful drug intervention ends with your loved one promptly finding treatment. After understanding the effects substance abuse has on their lives (as well as their family’s), many addicts truly understand that sobriety is possible, and they become motivated to seek help and work toward a true recovery.

What is the success rate?

About 95% of drug interventions are successful.

Where do I start?

Your loved one doesn’t need to do this alone. Neither do you. Seeking help from one of our trained interventionists will help your loved one get into the right treatment program for them, and will help your family mend and restore their relationships with each other.


What people are saying about the National Assessment Foundation

  • Deborah G.
    “I cannot say enough about National Addiction Foundation — the services they offer are invaluable. They didn’t just find any program for my son, they took the time to find the right one. I will always remember what they have done to help my son and our family. I can’t express how grateful I am for their services and will recommend them to all that are in need. Thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
    Deborah G.
  • Chester M.
    “I am so thankful and blessed to have National Addiction Foundation as part of [my life]. They made this happen for my father, and I will forever be in debt to them for their help during this difficult time. I truly appreciate the work that you all do.”
    Chester M.
  • Rebekah H.
    “National Assessment Foundation was the miracle I prayed for. They went above and beyond in reaching out to make sure my son was on the plane and on his way to safety and treatment. I have been able to sleep at night knowing he is in good care and on his way to a change in behavior and choices. They are helping him win the battle of addiction, and I will forever be grateful to them for saving his life.”
    Rebekah H.

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