Do you need help for a loved one? Is substance abuse (alcohol and drug use) getting out of control? When someone you know and love is going through a difficult time, it may not be easy for them to reach out for help.
Interventions are an effective and respectful means of facilitating the beginning of the healing process. With professional guidance, family and friends can voice their concerns in a forum that promotes reason, optimism and recovery.
A drug intervention is a structured, solution-oriented process undertaken to persuade someone who has a problem with drug or alcohol abuse to seek help in overcoming the addiction.
Prompt diagnosis and early intervention in the initial stages of a mental illness can have significant and life-changing consequences for a person’s mental health. Early intervention is the process of providing specialist intervention and support to a person who is experiencing or demonstrating any of the early symptoms of mental illness.
All our interventions are tailored to meet the specific needs of the person involved and the degree and style will therefore vary from client to client.
Interventions can be highly effective. Once the door to change has opened, positive action can swiftly flow. A successful intervention is not a confrontation but an opportunity for an individual to accept help in taking the first step toward recovery.
End unnecessary suffering now by contacting a caring and supportive intervention team.
“….I am thankful that The Sanctuary provides an alcohol rehab centre and rehabilitation program in such a private and luxury setting. Working in a large corporate environment with constant stress lead me to become a daily drinker but it was not until I got to The Sanctuary that I was able to admit that not only was I an alcoholic, but I was addicted to prescription medication as well. Thankfully The Sanctuary provides a rehabilitation program that treated both my addiction to prescription medication (valium) and also my alcoholism. Thank you to all at The Sanctuary……” GK 65 years old