What Is an Intervention?

An intervention is an orchestrated attempt by family and friends to get a family member, friend, or loved one to seek help for an addiction or other similar problems. When one has tried everything possible to inspire or convince their loved one that they need help, but they will not admit into a program, an addiction intervention program is a successful tool in helping you help your loved one escape from the grips of denial, rationalization and projection.

Addiction Definition

Addiction is also classified as a progressive disease. This means that the habit will only intensify as time goes on if nothing or nobody intervenes with the addiction.

Intervention FAQs

Here are some of the most common questions that families often ask about an intervention, whether for drug, alcohol, or substance addiction.

Alcohol Addiction

Drug Addiction

Gambling Addiction