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Our interventionists and recovery experts work with individuals and families
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We assist families and friends in getting their loved ones started on the path to recovery. Our professional interventionists are intimately acquainted with an addict's concerns and fears and will be able to deal with them respectfully and efficiently - ensuring they have the best chance to get into a residential treatment program swiftly.
Our personable and experienced treatment escorts ensure that your loved one gets to and from treatment safely. Our clinical transportation service organizes the complete travel and won't leave the addict until they're safely connected with the treatment center staff. The treatment escort is available 24/7 for any progress updates to concerned parties.
For some clients, treatment isn't enough and they require sustained personal attention during their early recovery. Our sober companions are in recovery themselves and are able to guide a client through the challenging time of early recovery. Our sober companions accompany a client throughout the day, to encourage healthy habits and lifestyle changes.
An initial assessment is an important first step in establishing a client's needs in regard to addiction treatment. The initial assessment consists of collecting a client's treatment-relevant data. A specialized health-care professional analyzes the information in order to make the appropriate professional recommendations for treatment allocation, whether it be in-patient or out-patient, therapy or other measures.
Long-term aftercare support and recovery coaching is available through our professional online coaching programs.
About Our Services
AffordableOur intervention services are designed to be affordable, based around the needs of the family and the amount of time requested of our professionals.
ConfidentialWhen dealing with an intervention you can expect all family matters to remain in the family and never be discussed outside of the session.
ConvenientWe come to you - wherever you are located. We bring your suffering family member directly to treatment.
TimelyThe goal of the actual intervention is to get the loved one into treatment immediately. The actual session is the be as swift as possible for the comfort of the family.
Client-CenteredThe client's full history is reviewed prior to an intervention. An interventionist team member of your choice leads the intervention at the residence of your choice, and accompanies the client to a treatment center of your choice where a bed is waiting.
ProfessionalOur interventionist have themselves been in recovery for many years. Their full time job is to work hands on with recovering addicts and alcoholics and handle them with the utmost respect and care.
What Happens Next?
Online Face-to-Face Meeting and Assessment
The first step is a thorough evaluation of the addict's situation to ensure we are all well prepared and have the information we need to prepare for the day of the intervention.
Before we come out to you, there will be the opportunity to get to know each other first during a low-pressure, online face-to-face meeting.
After our preliminary discussions and information gathering, our experienced team will prepare a well-crafted intervention plan, with custom-tailored treatment options for a caring, understanding, and well structured rehab environment so that the addict feels comfortable to make that critical leap of faith into recovery.
Together we will review the entire plan, treatment options, set expectations, alert all to potential challenges and have contingencies in place.
Day of the Intervention
The day of the intervention is always a challenging one for both the addict, and the family. By now, we have created a clear plan of action, an intervention team is in place, and travel and facility planning is complete. If the addict is reluctant - as is often the case - our carefully crafted contingency plans give us well-rehearsed options.
Our Recovery Experts
A recovering alcoholic/addict himself, Joe has over 21 years of experience with the 12 – Step approach to recovery. Over this period, he has had the opportunity to work with extremely resistive alcoholics and addicts. Joe’s life experience has given him empathy for those suffering from addiction. His training includes working with 2 of the interventionist from the A&E television show “Intervention“. Joe has a passion to help others in recovery beyond the traditional methods. He realizes that what may work well for some, may not work well for all. A veteran of the United States Air Force and spent 20 years serving his country. During that time, he was deployed to support Operation Enduring Freedom. Joe is passionate concerning Veteran’s issues and hopes that he can continue to help those who struggle with addiction. Joe is a member of the Mental Health Association of Okaloosa and Walton County, Florida and a member of the Association of Intervention Specialists. He is also an associate at Emerald Coast Collaborative Solutions located in Mary Esther, Florida. The Northwest Florida Daily News featured a story about Joe titled “Interventionist helps others on the road to recovery”.
I'm a Professional Dual Diagnosis Interventionist. I provide services for all those impacted by mental illness & substance abuse with caring, comprehensive, & cost-effective solutions nationwide.
I have appeared on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, NBC & ABC News, the Huffington Post & ChooseHelp.com, but most importantly I have performed hundreds of successful professional dual diagnosis Interventions nationwide.
I consider myself first and foremost to be a philosopher of mind. My professional counseling credentials are vehicles by which I can practice my own version of Socratic midwifery, which is to say, not to lay an authoritarian trip on my clients, but rather to facilitate the birth of their own self-realization. The instruments that I employ in the service of such midwifery are derived from the disciplines of philosophy, religion, psychology, and hypnosis.
Raised in a NJ suburb of NYC by liberal Jewish parents, I was free to explore the outer world, which was rich with fields, brooks, and woodlands. As a schoolboy I was also encouraged to experiment, and my first chemistry sets gave way to an expanding home laboratory in which I conducted many experiments in chemistry, biology, and LASER holography. College brought a whole new variety of explorations. The physical, social, psychological, and spiritual processes that I became intensely preoccupied with in college fueled my passion for self-discovery. I entered and completed educations in a theological seminary and in graduate school. These important stages of my development were just the beginning of my life. While love of learning has been my constant companion, I realized along the way that I had a need to share the process of self-actualization in order to help others. My particular contribution to the mental health profession of counseling draws from depth-psychology as well as from existentialist schools, from both Eastern and Western schools on the philosophy of mind. I am not a stranger to the physical disciplines of neuroscience, but the philosophy of counseling, based in education, rather than a medical model, does not treat the client as a patient. That is to say, despite physical correlates to states of mind, unhappy people should not be defined by whatever pathology from which they are suffering. The therapeutic assumption upon which I proceed is based on acknowledgement of the client's essential wholeness, not on a diagnostic term for his/her dis-ease. Individuals are NOT their disease.
"My situation was very dire...without the help I received...I don‘t think I‘d be here right now. So I owe the people at ChooseHelp a great deal. They helped me overcome something that I couldn‘t do myself...it saved me.“ Dan S., Miami FL
"Your intervention saved my son's life. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!“ Maggie G., Denver CO