through the most effective intervention and referral services in the country for over 20 years
We help families + friends act in the moment of crisis to take the first step towards lasting change. Help begins with an invitation. We work with the best professionals in the business to get your loved one the right help.
We developed Family Class nearly a decade ago, delivered to families on an accessible secure online platform. We invite family and friends to learn, grow and do; making their own Change Plan come to life.
The Internet is flooded with treatment options of all kinds. The more you surf the web and read, the more confusing it seems. Treatment varieties and promises can be overwhelming. We can help you find the right treatment for your loved one.
We work with your insurance company to gather coverage information and let you know exactly what your options are and how your coverage will work for treatment. Chances are, your insurance will pay for a significant portion of clinical services.
intervention.com is the nation’s first Family Class & Intervention group accredited by the Joint Commission with The Gold Seal of Approval®.
Every help channel here adheres to an ethical pledge and standards of care including: never brokering a client, selling a patient or abusing a crisis moment.
When we hear the word anorexia, most of us will picture a severely underweight young woman in our mind’s eye. However, this is just a stereotype! Men get eating disorders too even though we see more images of female anorexia and hear more PSA’s about eating disorders targeted towards women. Sometimes, it’s easy to forget that male anorexia exists too, and that it’s just as serious!
We’re taught from a young age that alcohol abuse has it’s risks. It’s common knowledge that when we’re drinking we can get hurt, feel sick, and get alcohol poisoning if we have too much. Even the advertisements and bottles of alcoholic drinks themselves blast warnings at us because it’s the law. The Alcoholic Beverage Labeling Act (ABLA) of 1988 makes it mandatory for all alcoholic beverage manufacturers to put a little warning on their labels.
Heroin is one of the most serious and dangerous illegal drugs out there. When someone develops a heroin addiction, they become nearly 20 times more likely to die. Getting involved with heroin leads to one of the fastest progressions from trial to abuse to addiction and then finally death. Besides damaging your health, heroin has a way to also strain and disrupt lives and relationships. This is why early, intensive treatment is the best way to manage a heroin problem.