How much does an interventionist cost?

Interventionists can typically run thousands of dollars to plan and have an interventionist sit down with your family. At Intervention Now, our main goal is to get your loved one help. We can help you with all of your intervention related questions, including things like, “how much does an intervention cost?” and “will my loved one respond positively to an intervention?”

Another payment option can be to use your medical health insurance to cover the cost of treatment. We have intervention consultants standing by 24/7 to help you get informed on how your medical health insurance can help you cover your out of pocket costs. To learn more about paying for rehab call us today at (888) 890-7228

Why do I need an intervention to help my loved one?

When suffering from the disease of addiction, it can take over a person’s mind, body and spirit in its entirely. As defined by the American Medical Association, addiction is a chronic, progressive and eventually fatal disease. This means that once your loved one is deep in the grips of addiction, many times they are either not willing to get help, or not in a place to recognize the damage their addiction has caused in their own lives and the lives of their friends and family. For this reason, an intervention can be very effective in allowing family to communicate their feelings in a healthy manner and push their loved one facing addiction in the right direction.

Treatment is very useful tool in battling addiction, and an intervention is the first step in getting your loved one into a safe, vetted and trusted treatment center. There comes a point where begging, fights, and screaming just don’t prove to be effective with loved ones in active addiction. Many studies show that interventions are increasingly effective in putting your loved one into a treatment center, giving them much higher chances at battling their addiction.

What types of issues can an interventionist help with?

Our interventionists primary specialize in addiction interventions, also known as drug interventions. These also include alcohol interventions. If your loved one is overusing or abusing prescription drugs, or purchasing drugs from the street, or even drinking excessively and you are not quite sure how to help, our family advocates can assess your situation to determine if you could benefit from our professional interventionists. Call today to get a FREE assessment.

Why can’t my family organize an intervention on our own?

Many times, families try to organize interventions by themselves, without professional help. These interventions can actually cause more harm then benefitting the addict. During an intervention, emotions can run high, and without the mediation and proper guidance from a professional intervention, emotions can get in the way of communicating with the addict effectively to get them the help they need.

It is important to understand that in addition to planning and organizing the entire intervention, with Intervention Now, you will get a family advocate that can be there with you every step of the way. Following your intervention, our team helps with a sober escort to take your addicted loved one to a vetted treatment center, with all arrangements made prior to the intervention.

During this already difficult time, it doesn’t make sense to add more stress. Let our team at Intervention Now do what they do best and help you and your family today.

How do I get started?

Getting started is as simple as picking up the phone and calling our intervention consultants. They are available 24/7 and can answer and questions you may still have regarding hiring an interventionist. If your loved one is ready and willing to get help from a treatment center, our intervention consultants can set them up with a medical detox facility and a short term or long-term treatment facility immediately. Call us now!

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