Is your loved one in need of intervention services? Don’t wait, call Inner Voyage Recovery today at 470-517-7345.
Most often, an intervention involves a group of friends and family members coming together to intercede in the life or actions of a person demonstrating addictive behaviors. This is done in hopes of changing the trajectory of the addict’s life for the better. This includes speaking to the addict to show them that rehabilitation is possible and is the best course of action for the immediate future.
Though it is possible to hold an intervention without the help of a professional, an interventionist can assure the family that the appropriate steps are being taken to prepare for the intervention. It is not unusual for emotions to run high during the intervention on both sides, and in these situations, a professional interventionist can act as a mediator to guarantee that all voices are heard. Overall, an interventionist can increase the chances of the intervention being successful.
Typically, many individuals with drug or alcohol addictions may feel that they do not have an addiction to a substance or believe that, if given enough time, they can overcome their addiction on their own. However, to truly break the cycle of addiction, you must address the root cause of the problem, whether it stems from the environment, an underlying condition, previous trauma, or another factor.
As someone close to this person, you may notice the signs and symptoms of addiction and the negative impacts occurring in their life and wish to step in to help. By choosing to hold an intervention with a substance abuse counselor or other substance abuse professional, you can ensure that you go into the intervention day as prepared as possible.
At Inner Voyage Recovery, we strive to help those needing assistance with their addiction break the cycle and learn new coping strategies that do not involve using drugs or alcohol. When you contact us for family intervention services, our team will work with you to conduct a pre-intervention evaluation and schedule a family consultation day so that we can understand the circumstances and the individual at the center of the intervention.
On the day of the intervention, our trained interventionist will be with you every step of the way to make sure that the event goes smoothly. We can also function as an intervention mediator if necessary. Our team will have arranged solutions for all of the small details you may not have considered, such as transport to treatment and post-intervention counseling, so that you can focus on your loved one.
Our team of addiction professionals is made up of people who have personal experiences with addiction or who simply have a passion for helping others in their fight against addiction. That’s what sets us apart from other rehab centers in Georgia. We seek to listen and understand each individual that passes through our doors so that we may treat them effectively, not just put a band-aid on the situation.
You’ll find that our staff members truly care about the wellbeing of your loved one and strive to create an environment that encourages healing and growth above all. Our customized treatment plans include tailored programming, counseling, and therapy designed to support an intentional recovery process.
Though a referral from a primary care physician is not required before enrolling in a rehab center, it is recommended that the patient keeps in close contact with their doctor throughout their treatment. This way, you can work with your PCP to continue managing your overall health while working toward breaking the chains of addiction.
Additionally, pre- and post-rehab meetings with a doctor can also help to establish a baseline for progress and show how far you’ve come on your journey. Keep in mind that a doctor can also provide beneficial advice on specific programs and treatments that will work best for each person’s individual medical needs.
We know that choosing a drug and alcohol treatment center isn’t an easy choice. There are many decisions to be made, and we want you to know that you are not in this alone. Browse our FAQ to find clarity.
Yes, you are. It’s called the FMLA. It’s a Federal law that protects employees during periods considered Mental Health Crises and a drug addiction fall under that.
The team at Inner Voyage truly believes that everyone belongs. Our highest priority is creating a kind, caring, and compassionate environment where you feel connected and safe. We want to develop a real relationship with you and we want you to develop real relationships with those around you. We provide a place to be you with no judgment while giving you the tools and knowledge you need to cope with your recovery long-term. We start small, one step at a time, and guide you through the recovery process.
One of the hardest things in life is watching a loved one struggle with addiction. We would love to talk to your loved one and see if we can help them. Our conversations are always judgment-free and non-intrusive. Reach out to us today—we want to help your loved one start their inner voyage to recovery.
The Inner Voyage team consists of professionals from all walks of life. Many are in recovery themselves or work in recovery because they have a passion for seeing people heal. Every member of our team wants you to feel like you belong so you can heal and thrive. A life of sobriety is the goal for every person who walks through our doors and every team member is passionate about that goal.
You don’t have to know which program will be best for you—that’s what we’re here for. We provide custom-tailored treatment plans for each individual that walks through our door. We monitor your progress through our program and will adjust your treatment plan accordingly as you progress. Our goal is to see you succeed in recovery and we tailor your plan around that goal.
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