What Our Clients Say
"This place is AWESOME! I went to treatment basically because my parents made me. It was rehab or being kicked out of the house. I thought they'd send me to some gross place to punish me but they actually didn't (so thanks for that Mom and Dad). It was so nice and I went in summer so when I wasn't in session I got to swim in the pool and play tennis and use the gym. At night we would build a fire in the fire pit and just hang out to let go of all the baggage from the day. Clearly I did not want to go to treatment in the beginning but Clarity Way was a good place - they really cared and they helped me a lot. I even went to sober living when I left which trust me I never thought I would agree to. Basically if you're looking for a program I recommend it because it's not group all day long and you get to actually figure out why you're doing what you're doing. I've never been anywhere else but some of my friends have and I'm pretty sure their experiences were a whole lot different than mine was. "
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Alcohol and Drug Intervention Programs
Intervention for drug addiction is often the last resort for families struggling to get a loved one to accept the help that he/she so clearly needs. It is important to research and select the best fit for your family and the potential client when looking at drug and alcohol intervention programs. Often families are fearful to intervene, feeling that it may cause more harm; however it is often what saves their loved one's life.
Typical Intervention Programs
Typically an intervention for drug addicts is a two-day process. Usually Day One consists of the family receiving education from the interventionist on what intervention consists of, how he or she will approach the addict, what is expected of the family during the process and all of the logistics of the intervention itself. On Day Two, or Intervention Day, the actual intervention occurs. A drug or alcohol intervention often has a negative connotation, however when approached appropriately it's a very respectful and loving process. We encourage families to utilize an interventionist if considering a drug treatment intervention, as the chances of success increase when a professional is involved.
During an Intervention, Drug Addiction Can Bring Strong Emotions to the Surface
Often, with the close emotional ties loved ones have to the addict, there is a possibility of emotions getting the best of us during an alcohol or drug addiction intervention. When there is a professional interventionist involved, he or she is present to keep emotions in check so that everyone continues working together in the goal of getting their loved one to accept substance abuse treatment. Often, without the professional interventionist present, things can veer off course as this is a difficult situation for all involved.
We Can Help with Your Drug Intervention Program
At Clarity Way, we understand this and can assist as a resource in selecting an interventionist and helping clients to better understand the intervention process. We know what it takes for drug and alcohol intervention programs to be successful.