Is your loved one struggling with addiction? A certified interventionist can help. Intervention Now only offers you top rated, quality-controlled services from our nationally certified interventionists to our vetted and accredited treatment facilities we refer your loved ones too after the intervention.

An improperly trained interventionist can actually cause more harm to the situation than good. Our goal is to help your family and your loved one to get the help they need at all costs. At Intervention Now, our main priority is YOU. We ensure that all our interventionists have high level educational degrees including master’s in social work or psychology and therapy.

The Association of Intervention Specialist Credentialing Board (AISCB) is now the recognized leader in intervention certifications with their Board Registered Interventionist Level I/Level II certifications or BRI-I and BRI-II.

We only have interventionists that have Board Registered Interventionist Certifications that have passed these minimum requirements:

Board Registered Interventionist Level I:

  • Hold a current ICRC/NAADAC certification and/or a state recognized certification/license in a counseling related field.
  • Have malpractice insurance, a minimum of 1,000,000/3,000,000.
  • Successfully complete a minimum of 14 hours of training/education on intervention.
  • Have a minimum of two years of work experience conducting interventions.
  • Submit three peer evaluations and supervised practical experience.
  • Adhere to Board Registered Interventionist Code of Ethics.
  • Passing an Oral and/or Written Exam may be required.
  • Provide a letter from your licensure or certification board verifying your license and/or certification are current and in good standing.

Board Registered Interventionist Level II:

  • Be or meet the requirements to be a BRI I.
  • Successfully complete a minimum of 14 hours of training/education specific to addictions other than to alcohol and drugs, i.e., gambling, food, sex, etc.
  • Have three additional years of work experience conducting interventions.
  • Submit supervised practical experience.
  • Passing an Oral and/or Written Exam may be required.

In addition to our certified interventionists, we require all our treatment centers that we refer your loved ones to be accredited by the Joint Commission as well. In addition to following state and federal licensure and permit guidelines, the Joint Commission is a nationally recognized symbol of an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.

According to Joint Commission’s website, Joint Commission standards are developed with input from health care professionals, providers, subject matter experts, consumers, and government agencies (including the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services). They are informed by scientific literature and expert consensus.

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, a certified interventionist can help. Contact us today. 888-982-9220

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