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At Quest 2 Recovery, we treat drug and alcohol addiction in men and women at our treatment facility located in Southern California. We get that your loved one or friend may not want to willingly go to treatment so we help families plan interventions for those that need the help. An intervention is an effective way to help your loved ones get the addiction treatment that they need. There are different types of interventions, but all are carefully planned and often involve a professional to help moderate the meeting and keep it on a positive level.

How To Handle A Drug Intervention

If you are participating in an intervention, you need to keep it objective and avoid accusations along with blaming the person that has the addiction. You should point out that the addiction causes negative behavior in them, but that the addiction treatment will help change this. When you want to plan an intervention for a loved one or friend, you can consult with our professional interventionist team at Quest 2 Recovery. We will do our best to help you get your loved one to see that there is a better way of life.

The first step in any intervention involves contacting a professional team like us to help with the process. This can make the difference in an intervention failing or succeeding. During the intervention, a team of family members, friends, and co-workers may be involved to help show the user that everything is and will be okay. Most addicts tend to shy away from help for multiple reasons, but if you come from a loving and supportive place then things will work out more than likely. More often than not, it is better to not include anyone who may be currently struggling with addiction. You will want to schedule a time and day that this meeting will occur and make a guest list for those that should attend. Before any meeting starts, an outline of the meeting and the topics covered should be made. This will only help the process go smoother. 

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When dealing with interventions, you should know there are different types. All should be treated the same though because at the end of the day we all want to help our loved ones.

At the meeting, everyone who is in attendance should have something to say that helps support the person struggling with the addiction. This might mean someone being able to give rides to the treatment center or be willing to participate in family therapy when available.

Even if you decide you want to visit the person and spend time with them when they are in rehab it helps. If the person refuses help, then you as the family and friends should stop any behavior that contributes to the addiction otherwise known as enabling. When you are having an intervention, the interventionist will always try to keep the tone of the intervention from becoming too emotional otherwise it may cause complications.

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When someone is suffering from addiction, you need to support them in any way possible without enabling them. As friends and family, you need to do your best with comforting your addicted loved one and letting them know everything will be okay.  Interventions can be a wake-up call to your loved one and help provide you with what they might be going through. It can point out many problems they are having, including problems at work, with family and neighbors, all due to their addiction. 

The change has to come from the person suffering with the addiction. You or anyone else can’t make the change for them. This is why dealing with addiction can be so hard. Interventions are an effective tool to show that a person needs help and there is a  better road to follow.

Intervention services are commonly used for the following disorders and addictions:

  • Mental Health
  • Substance Abuse
  • Eating Disorders
  • Alcoholic drinking

While it might be difficult to approach a loved one, positive changes come from interventions done in a professional setting with a family member present. It is imperative to have aplan, process and drug or alcohol rehabilitation center on standby once the individual agrees to make a change. There is nothing worse than doing an intervention and having the suffering individual agree to make a change and then call an addiction treat center that can’t take them based on their current availability.


The change has to come from the person suffering with the addiction. You or anyone else can’t make the change for them. This is why dealing with addiction can be so hard. Interventions are an effective tool to show that a person needs help and there is a  better road to follow.

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Quest 2 Recovery offers detox with medical supervision and many therapies that address the symptoms of addiction. We have aftercare services to help prevent relapses wherever possible. We treat alcohol addiction and drug addiction for opioids, prescription drugs, heroin, cocaine, and crystal meth. We know that all cases of addiction are different which is why we customize each and every addiction treatment plan for each individual who is coming through our doors.

Contact us at Quest 2 Recovery to learn more about planning an intervention and our treatment programs for drug abuse and alcohol abuse by calling us or filling out a form today! We hope to hear from you soon. 

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