Aureus: Restoring Lives, Families and Careers (aureusinc.com)
ARP is a professional network of alcohol and drug specialists
focusing on assessments, interventions, treatment center selection
and management and post-treatment recovery. Their expertise
is in helping families through the recovery process, beginning
with the intervention and continuing through post-treatment
Inter-Care's approach to intervention is one that fully involves
the whole family in the intervention process. All participating
family members focus on both individual issues and shared
concerns. Unlike earlier intervention models, there is no
secrecy or surprise. Everyone is fully involved from the start
and everyone receives help in the process. Inter-Care
conducts interventions in all fifty states and all six continents.
Their professionally-trained staff of clinicians
works within all cultures, including those where English may
not be the primary language spoken.
Addiction Recovery Legal Services, LLC (arlshelp.com)
This private, for-profit, Florida law firm specializes in helping families throughout the U.S. deal with addiction through the Florida Marchman Act. This is a legal intervention process to compel a substance abuser to enter court ordered and monitored Assessment, Stabilization and long-term Treatment for drug or alcohol addiction (at a facility chosen by the family). Through this Act, Addiction Recovery Legal Services can help obtain and enforce confidential, court ordered drug and alcohol intervention, assessment, stabilization, and treatment for any person living with substance abuse and addiction. Although the law is a Florida law, it is applicable to anyone inside the state. Families can bring a person with a substance use problem into Florida from anywhere and once they are in Florida, court ordered treatment can be mandated. Fees are unique to each case. However, in all cases, convenient payment plans are offered and there are sliding scale "financial hardship" packages for people based upon family income as validated through their Tax Returns with the IRS.
Buck Run Recovery Solutions (buckrunrecoverysolutions.weebly.com)
Buck Run provides interventions, sober transports, and other services in order to help families achieve long term sobriety. Headed by a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor and master wilderness guide, they offer Arise Interventions and Continuing Care as well as wilderness expeditions and vision quest/rites of passage to help those overcoming their addictions. Located in Danville, VA they cover the Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Triad Area, the Raleigh-Durham, Triangle Area and the Danville, Martinsville, Lynchburg, Roanoke, Southwestern Virginia area. They also regularly makes trips to Charlotte and Asheville, NC area and have a Sober Transport unit based in Asheville, NC.
The intervention methods utilized by Care Confrontations are
based on the positive expression of love and concern spoken
in a compelling and truthful manner. The purpose is to present
reality to a person who is out of touch with it. The intervention
team provides instruction on how to begin the intervention
planning process including who should participate, treatment
options, and when and where the preparation and intervention
will occur. The group is prepared through letter writing and
role playing. The intervention team of licensed and registered
chemical dependency specialists provides interventions all
over the country and abroad. They facilitate interventions
for the Betty Ford center, Sierra Tucson, Hazelden, and other
treatment facilities in the U.S. and Canada.
Drug and Alcohol
This site provides information and guidelines for performing
an effective addiction intervention, including the intervention
process, its goals and how it is conducted. It also offers
a live chat option and a free telephone consultation. Interventions
are conducted by a certified addiction practitioner and are
Family Interventions, Intervention Training
Jeff VanVonderen is an intervention specialist offering family
and coprorate interventions.
He has worked as a counselor in both residential inpatient
and out patient treatment settings, as well as in the religious
community. He has been an Extended Adjunct Instructor at Bethel
College in St. Paul, MN. and a Community Faculty Member for
the University of Minnesota's Program for Individualized Learning.
For over 15 years he was part of the Senior Leadership Staff
at Church of the Open Door in Minneapolis, in the area of
Headed by a certified alcohol and drug intervention specialist,
Intervention 911 provides family and executive interventions.
During this process, family members, friends, or employers
learn how to deal with the addict who is in denial. The counselor
and the significant others help the dependent person see their
addiction and its consequences in order to move them to a
point of beginning addiction treatment.
Intervention ASAP (interventionasap.com)
This program provides nationwide intervention and transport services. Founded by an intervention specialist with a Masters in Addiction Studies from Hazelden, services consist of a pre-intervention phone evaluation and face-to-face meeting with the family (3-6 hours) including education on addiction and codependency and intervention planning. The intervention ranges from 1-2 hours on average and includes transportation escort to treatment. Post-intervention recovery management and counseling for the family for 6 months following the intervention is provided.
KD Consulting Corporation (kdconsulting.org)
offers drug and alcohol intervention services including Lifeline Intervention, a method designed to dismantle the addict’s "wall of denial" in a way that results in a person who is significantly more receptive and ready for successful treatment. The interventionists are Board certified and specialize in drug and alcohol intervention — including pain management addiction. Founder Kevin Dixon has a degree in chemical dependency and board certification by the National Association of Drug and Alcohol Interventionists (NADAI). He is a Board Registered Interventionist (BRI II), and a Certified Master Addiction Counselor (CMAC II).
Lifeline Intervention (lifelineintervention.com/services.htm)
A nationwide intervention company with board certified specialists providing crisis and drug intervention services to families and their loved ones. Intervention specialists work confidentially with teenagers, adults as well as executives and busy professionals.
Live Free Addiction Services (livefreenow.ca)
Live Free is a Canadian-based recovery organization. Their lead Interventionist is a Certified Addictions Counselor and is certified by the National Association of Drug & Alcohol Interventionists in the U.S. Live Free offers drug and alcohol interventions across Canada. Services include an initial consultation with family and friends, a planning call, a pre-intervention meeting, the intervention itself, and after-care to help the family get connected to appropriate resources for support. Fees are competitive and lower cost arrangements are available for those who can show proof of financial hardship.
Love First (lovefirst.net)
Love First offers a full team of professional interventionists that work with families, adolescents, older adults and executives to provide intervention services for alcoholism and drug addiction. Services include selecting an appropriate treatment center, matching treatment options to family finances, making travel arrangements, facilitating the intervention, escorting the patient to treatment and post-treatment support. Information on the web site is based on the Hazelden Guidebook, Love First: A Family's Guide to Intervention. It includes intervention resources, including extensive articles and links.
Wisconsin Intervention Services (wisintervention.com)
Angela Utschig is an intervention specialist certified in Trauma Counseling and trained in Motivational Interviewing for addictions, ARISE Invitational intervention and the Field Model of Intervention. She offers intervention services in Wisconsin, the Midwest and nationally. The process begins with a pre-intervention phone call to the family, a pre-intervention meeting, and then the intervention itself.