Do you have a son, daughter, friend, or relative who is struggling due to their drug and alcohol use but is unwilling to accept your help?
Interventions are Sometimes Necessary to Save a Child’s Life
Twenty-five years of studies performed by Hazeldon Treatment Center show that drug and alcohol treatment does not require that the individual is willing in order for the treatment to be effective. Intervention has proven to be an appropriate method of encouraging a friend or family member to accept help. After an intervention, it is important that the plans for treatment are somewhat in place to make the process as quick and smooth as possible for all those involved.
Intervention and Sober College
Sober College accepts young adults at all stages of their recovery process, whether they are willing or unwilling, sober or not. Sober College works with several interventionists and families both before and after an intervention has taken place to help expedite the transition from home to our facility. We try to alleviate as much of the stress surrounding sending someone to treatment as possible, by doing everything we can on our end like home pick ups, airport pickups, rides and more. We do what we can to get your loved one–our client, the treatment they need in the quickest and easiest way possible for everyone.
“Only because I am an alcoholic drug addict was it a hard decision at my intervention to choose between living on the streets and going to rehab. I am so glad that I chose Sober College. I did not want to be here at first, but have grown to really love sobriety.”
- Nick K., Sober College Student