Intervention & Detox

An intervention is a process that helps people understand how their drug or alcohol use has become destructive to themselves or others. The goal of an intervention is to lovingly and respectfully encourage a loved one to seek help for their addiction to drugs or alcohol. An intervention is often the first step in helping a person recognize the need for change and treatment.

As part of an intervention, family and friends are educated about substance abuse so they can support their loved one’s recovery process in an informed and unified way. If you need help with an intervention, Clean & Sober Recovery Services will work with you to find professional assistance.

Dependency on drugs and alcohol may call for a medically-supervised detoxification (“detox”) that reduces physical comfort while monitoring health and safety. Detox, ranging from five to ten days in length, is often necessary before an individual can benefit from treatment.