have a teen battling with the disease of addiction to
drugs and or alcohol, it is time to take a step to help.
Intervention is the process often done by one or many
people to help someone suffering from alcoholism and
or drug addictions. The term intervention is most often
used when the traumatic event involves addiction to
drugs and or alcohol, or other items. Intervention can
also refer to the act of using a technique within a
Addiction is often rationalized by denial. The addicted
teen will think that their problem is not serious or
that they can control it or stop it at any time. Usually
a teen does not realize that a problem exists. It’s
up to you the parent/guardian to observe any changes
in behavior in your teen and to seek help if you are
suspicious your teen is using drugs and or alcohol.
Intervention is the best way to get the proper aid
and guidance to your adolescent struggling with drug
and or alcohol addiction. Ninety-two percent of those
who go through an intervention proceed to treatment
and have the prospect to change their lives for the
Inspirations' qualified Interventionist guides the
adolescent and family toward an understanding and recognition
of the destructive behaviors of the teen and subsequent
disruption of the family system.
We at Inspirations understand the unique challenges
of being a parent. If you have any questions, please
know that we are here to provide
you with support and guidance, 24 hours a day, seven
days a week. We welcome the opportunity to answer
your questions free of charge about teen behavior,
substance use, adolescent addiction, teen drug rehab,
or other related matters.
If you would prefer, please fill out our short form
and one of our counselors will respond.
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