“Can I help?”
If you have a friend or family member who’s struggling with addiction, you desperately want to find them help. But how can you help someone who doesn’t want it? They may even think that everything’s just fine and that alcohol or drugs are not causing a problem.
How do you break past the walls of denial? Can you even help them if they don’t want to listen?
Approaching someone with an addiction about seeking help is never easy and raises so many questions. That’s why we created this free intervention guide. We want to show you exactly how you can help your loved one find lasting sobriety and a better life.
Practical and thorough, this 70 page packet walks you step by step through the process of staging a successful intervention.
Get the Answers You Need
This guide answers some pertinent topics including:
- What makes an intervention successful
- How to intervene without offending
- Who should (and shouldn’t) attend an intervention
- Dealing with the workplace and work commitments
- Confronting denial
- How to write an intervention letter
- What to do if your loved one refuses treatment
Download the FREE Intervention Guide. If you have any questions or would like more information on the helping your loved one, we have counselors on the phone 24/7 to answer your questions.