If you feel like you can’t get through to your loved one, no matter what you say, consider a remote consultation. A trained interventionist will give you the tools you need to effectively communicate and establish boundaries with a person who refuses to seek treatment for their addiction.
There’s nothing more frustrating than trying (and failing) to convince your family member to get professional help for addiction.
Maybe your loved one doesn’t think they need treatment. “It’s not that bad. I can handle this on my own… I just really need to buckle down.”
Or maybe they come up with an endless stream of excuses every time you bring up rehab (Everything from “I have a big project going on at work” to “Who’s going to watch the dogs?”).
Unfortunately, if left to their own devices, most people with substance use disorder will never find “the right time” to get help. Our trained interventionists will help you to address your loved one’s arguments, empathize with their situation, and make a convincing case for seeking professional addiction treatment.
Above all else, addiction is a disease fueled by denial. Even when someone has been caught using drugs, arrested for driving under the influence, or fired for drinking at work, they may still continue to deny that they have a problem. It’s common for people in the throes of addiction to claim that their substance use is “under control” and that they can stop “whenever they want to.”
In reality, they’ll need a lot of help to quit drinking or using drugs.
Intervention On Call provides proven tactics for breaking through your loved one’s denial. Once you have confronted them about the reality of their situation, your family member will be more open to seeking professional treatment and pursuing a life of recovery.
Drugs and alcohol can transform loving, gentle people into complete strangers. Sadly, this often means that substance use disorder catalyzes intimate partner violence and aggression in the home. If your relative has begun threatening family members as a result of his or her substance use, help is available.
Threats of violence should always be taken seriously and addressed properly. The interventionists at Intervention On Call will work with you to develop a family safety plan to ensure that everyone is out of harm’s way. They will then help you determine the best path forward for your family and the person with an addiction.
You’ve attempted to establish a boundary, but the addicted person is still living on your property. This can be especially frustrating if:
If you have been stymied by your loved one’s unwillingness to change, you may be at the end of your rope. Our team has the solutions you need. When you meet with one of our trained interventionists, they will provide you with the knowledge needed to confront your loved one, make a change, and restore peace to your household.
Many men and women agree to attend 30-day rehab programs, then refuse to comply with their long-term treatment plans. Intervention On Call helps families and treatment centers to get through to non-compliant patients acting against medical advice. Our specialists provide support for the families and treatment teams of people who have left rehab early, refused to attend aftercare programming, or deviated from their treatment plans.
“At a time when it felt like there was no solution for my son, Intervention on Call gave me words and actions to use that resulted in my son entering into treatment. He’s now been sober for 9 months.“
If you need a proven approach to intervention, book an appointment with one of our highly skilled interventionists. They’ll provide you with the knowledge, tools, and insights you need to intervene.
Each appointment is priced at a flat rate of $150/hour. To get started, all you need to do is complete the accelerated registration process on our secure telehealth platform. In just five minutes, you can access real-time solutions from credentialed interventionists—no more endless searches, racing thoughts, or sleepless nights trying to figure out what to do. We’re here for you.