Not everyone is in a position to contract professional interventionists to come out to their home and spend several days intervening on their loved one. Often there are many blocks preventing this from happening. Perhaps not everyone is on board with the idea and one family member is refusing to participate. Or maybe your loved one who is abusing drugs or alcohol isn’t in a position where we can even intervene. Or, in many cases, the addiction has drained the last of any savings so that an intervention at this point is financially impossible. Free intervention advice is available.
By the time an intervention occurred on our founder, David Lee, his family was no longer in a position to afford private treatment coupled with an intervention. The insurance was gone; the savings already spent. A counselor at a treatment facility spent hours with his mother over the phone over a period of months helping to guide the family into an intervention. Without many resources, she was given time, attention, guidance, and help by someone who cared.
Intervention Services will make every attempt, regardless of financial situation, to help to guide you, your family and your loved one into recovery. Although this help may not be in the form of face-to-face guidance, our founder David Lee will often offer hours and hours of free advice, suggestions or consultation via phone to help you to help your loved one.
Although our time is not always immediately available for those who aren’t contracted with our services, Intervention Services has always prided ourselves with doing the best we can to offer guidance, information, education and assistance to any family who contacts us, regardless of financial situation.
If you are need of guidance, help or recovery for a loved one who is abusing drugs or alcohol and doesn’t want to stop, contact us. If you are without means and have questions, need some help understanding something, or simply need someone who understands…give us a call. Ask for David Lee. Although he is our founder and CEO, he has never forgotten that someone once spent hours upon hours on the phone helping his mother…without asking for a penny. And because of that time so many years ago, Intervention Services now employs over 20 individuals and has helped thousands of people to recover.
Sometimes a few words can change a life.