Addiction Interventions

Addiction intervention is a method of motivating a person who is addicted to seek help and change. They are normally structured meetings of friends or family members who come together to get individuals to seek help. This normally happens to them when they are unaware or unable to feel and see the problems they are causing the family. Addiction intervention normally help to increase the person’s awareness of their problem, it normally makes them realise how much they are cared about and how their addiction is not only affecting them but other people around them.

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 The person can also feel like the intervention is attack on them so you often have to be careful about the way it is done. The intervention must bring awareness to the person of how much they are cared about and how their addiction is affecting, interventions will be different for each separate family and so advice on how to go about it it can often be helpful.

If you are worried about a family member visit www.adt-healthcare.com  or call 0800 886 686 where they can give you information on addiction treatment and healthcare advice. 

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