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.
Anorexia Nervosa is the most deadly of all mental illnesses. It is a type of eating disorder that is, unfortunately, becoming increasingly common in the US. We’ve prepared some anorexiaia facts and statistics for you to become more informed about what’s happening in your family.
Okay everybody, it’s time we talk about the binge drinking and teen drug abuse that’s going on at concerts. We’ve been seeing far too many drug-related deaths, injuries, and crimes at concerts. To put things in perspective, at one of Chance the Rapper’s concerts last month:
Treating addiction is a group effort. Personal change within the addict is of utmost importance, but change within the addict’s community of friends and family is crucial as well. After all, psychologists consider addiction to be a family disorder. This is because addiction and relational trauma and dysfunction go together. Substance abuse damages relationships, and existing toxic relationships contribute to the addiction cycle