Intervention Strategy

Why Use an Intervention Strategy? Each situation is unique, and we have observed that our Intervention Strategies are most likely to succeed when they are tailored to meet the needs of your specific strengths as well as your specific challenges.

My basic insight, on which these programs are all designed, is that the loved one must be invited to participate in their Recovery. They must be invited as many times as it takes.

  • Addiction feeds on isolation; we seek to surround the loved one with compassionate Intervention.

  • Support may come from family, friends, spiritual counselors, employers, etc.

  • The loved one is repeatedly invited to participate as a member of their Recovery team.

The need for a solid Intervention Strategy is great; the costs of doing nothing could easily become astronomical. Many people who have struggled with addictions have lost homes, ruined careers and relationships, and in many cases, commit suicide.

There is an abundance of research that shows that isolation feeds addiction. Conversely, we seek to remove the stigma by extending a compassionate invitation for Intervention over and over again. I invite you to learn more; call us.

Intervention Plans

An Intervention Plan is the sum total of our assessment and the family responses. In coordination with the loved one, we work together to agree on a specific set of actions that will support the Recovery. These may include telephone support, sober companion services, drug and alcohol screening, and many other services that are detailed on this site.

These Intervention Programs are designed to educate the family so that they can reduce their anger and fulfill their critical role. To do this effectively, we must allow them a chance to articulate their hurt and frustration in a safe and caring environment.

Intervention Programs

How do you know if these Intervention Programs are appropriate for your loved one? Although we conduct an extensive assessment of every situation in order to properly answer this question, here are some guidelines that may help you to make this determination.

  • Has your loved one suffered from job loss, relationship strain, and financial crisis?

  • Do they resist anyone asking them about their substance use or abuse?

  • Do they seem to not care what happens to them or seem unusually depressed or angry?

There are many similar signs that could indicate that the assistance of Intervention Programs is necessary. These are some of the most common areas where the cost of addiction may hit the hardest.

Your loved one may be asking for help in subtle ways, as many people are unable to articulate their deep feelings and anxieties without support. Because these underlying issues often drive the substance abuse, we strive to allow people ways to deal with the things that are really bothering them so that they become free to change their behavior.

My Intervention Strategies may be used for a short-term crisis, and we encourage anyone who is dealing with a difficult situation to call right away. However, the ideal Intervention Plan is a long-term Recovery process in which the loved one participates in the design and implementation of their plan.

Our follow-up services and care management help the transition become a lifestyle.

Many people are surprised when we suggest that the employer could participate in one of these planning stages. The worry about missing work or admitting their problem to their boss may not initially appeal to them as a good idea!

However, when handled correctly, this may actually improve their work situation. It demonstrates their ability to take responsibility for a situation that may already be affecting their productivity at work. Do not give up, and don't wait any longer.

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Intervention Plans

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We customize our Intervention Strategy to support your unique situation. Most people only know about the type of invasive intervention they see on the television.

My Intervention Strategies use the invitation model, which I believe is more effective in securing the lasting change we all desire. The most effective Intervention Strategies always include continuing education for both the family members and their loved one. When diffusing anger, I use a variety of tools to help transform the energy of the anger into a productive plan for Recovery.
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"Brad Lamm's step-by-step approach empowers familes to change their loved ones through compassionate
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My name is Brad Lamm, and I am a registered Intervention Counselor. I founded Intervention Specialists after realizing that the power behind the Intervention that changed my life and rescued me from the quagmire of addiction.

  • The Intervention Plan is a personalized creation. It is made from the results of our consultation with you and your loved one. It is designed to work with your unique strengths and provide the support you need when you need it the most.

  • These are the methods that we use to implement your personal plan. These may consist of live or telephone meetings, training videos and audio tutorials, detailed Family Mapping, and other methods as appropriate.

  • Intervention Aftercare support services allow you and your loved one to have access to the critical management care of your Recovery.

We understand many of the problems involved in this difficult transitional period, and we are ready to provide you with the practical support you need -- when you need it the most.

I am grateful to all of the people who believed in me until I became strong enough to believe in myself.

Now I would like to share this amazing opportunity with anyone who is ready to embrace healthy change in their loved one.

Please Contact us to make a change.
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“My father is a hard worker and always has been. I didn't know that he had a problem with meth because he kept it so tightly under wraps.

I remember the change happening when his mother died. He stopped talking to us, never came to holiday gatherings anymore and always made excuses that he had to work whenever any of the family called him.

I didn't think that anyone could get through to him. He is almost 50 and no one thought this could happen to a hard working man at that age.

I am so glad he got the help he needed."

-Lena F.
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