Intervention.com is about More Good – Less Bad for all
Intervention.com is that nation’s leading innovative family resource center for help re-launched in 2016 continuing the work of founder Vaughn Howland, began in 1996. Howland, a respected interventionist, passed away after a career of help and laughter, and mentoring many in the field. Vaughn entrusted this on-line hub to Brad, and we continue the work to honor and build on what he started.
Intervention.com is proud to introduce the ethics standard to the industry: Fair Care Promise (more info below). We believe every family deserves a fair shake at receiving care that is ethical, legal and has real help as the focus. At Intervention.com you will find useful resources for families facing addiction, period. We won’t ever sell our calls, or engage in unethical practices in violation of Fair Care Promise standards.
Our mission is to help families work together to accomplish more than they would have on their own. At our core, we believe in More Good – Less Bad for all, both personally and professionally.
Brad Lamm, CIP
Brad, our founder, began his own recovery journey in 2003 from drugs, bulimia, nicotine + alcohol. What seemed an impossible challenge proved how even the most challenging cases might not just recover, but thrive from a starting point of hopelessness and brokenness.
He has managed over one-thousand interventions, visited hundreds of treatment facilities across the country, presented before Parliament in the UK, served on the board of the Association of Intervention Specialists, and collaborated with the most knowledgeable and effective specialists in the field of recovery treatment and worked at the state level to introduce treatment options to communities.
Fair Care Promise
We stand together in the notion that safe, ethical standards of care are a universal right. Fair Care Promise providers deliver services free from unfair, unethical practices such as patient brokering or human trafficking. The Fair Care Promise is a sacred pledge to a higher calling that sets the standard in behavioral healthcare.
We never discriminate against any persons with whom we work. We commit to the principle of equal opportunity, in all forms. Learn more about the Fair Care Promise.
Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval
www.intervention.com is the nation’s first Family Class & Intervention group to earn The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission, indicating our commitment to providing safe and effective care.
Since its founding in 1951, The Joint Commission has been acknowledged as the leader in developing the highest standards for quality and safety in the delivery of healthcare, and evaluating organizational performance based on these standards. The Joint Commission’s behavioral health care standards are developed in consultation with health care experts and providers, quality improvement measurement experts, and individuals and their families. The standards are informed by scientific literature and expert consensus to help organizations measure, assess and improve performance. Learn more about the JCAHO Accreditation.