Drug and Alcohol Interventions
The substance abuser is usually the last person to admit that they have a problem. Some may realise that they indeed do have a problem, but are simply unable to face it.
The family members as well as friends may attempt to help an addict deal with their addiction. This is called an “intervention”. The overall aim of an intervention is never to isolate the substance abuse victim but rather to help them confront their addiction and recover from their addiction mentally and physically.
Interventions generally have a positive outcome and assist the addict to transition into a specialized treatment program, if they are handled with care for the addict.
The Houghton House Group of Treatment Centres have facilities and professionals to assist with many interventions
With the help and mentorship from our professionals and medical experts the vicious grip of your loved one’s addiction or alcoholism can finally be loosened.
Call us today and we will arrange a confidential meeting with you.
The Houghton House Group provides specialized and professional treatment in drug and alcohol addiction and has been helping with family interventions to assist addicts in overcoming their addictions and maintain a successful ongoing recovery for many years.
Our high success rates and residential treatment centres have attracted many people across the globe and many are now successfully living their lives in recovery.
Contact our Intervention Helpline: +27 11 787 9142