Intervention Specialists

Experts in substance use addiction, mental health needs, and eating disorder support.


What do Intervention Specialists do?

Interventionists specialize in addressing alcohol or drug addictions by leading affected individuals and their families through this challenging process. Their main role is to offer expert advice and a structured approach to confronting the person dealing with addiction.

At, we achieve this by creating an environment that is both supportive and constructive. With their ability to navigate the complex emotional dynamics of addiction, our interventionists play a crucial role in improving the chances of the person agreeing to seek help.

When your loved one says NO to help, an
intervention is the key to YES.

Our Services

Get intervention help from our team of experts who are dedicated to providing the support and guidance needed to navigate the path to recovery.

Ready to take the first step?
Contact us today for a consultation.

Meet Our
Qualified Team

Our team members are credentialed Certified Intervention Professionals (CIP) or with a higher credential. Trained, with decades of success, we are the “A-Team” in the field of intervention support services.

Brad Lamm, CIP

Brad Lamm is America’s leading interventionist, teacher, and expert in the field. He has managed over 1300 interventions, co-authored bills supporting patients’ rights and ethics, and authored six books on transformation and change.

Why Choose Us?

At, we are committed to providing tailored intervention services that cater to the diverse needs of our community. We take pride in fostering an inclusive environment that respects and supports the unique journeys of all, including the LGBTQIA+ community and those dealing with ChemSex challenges. 

Discover why individuals and families trust us to provide interventions that not only address immediate needs but also foster long-term recovery and healing.

Explore how we can help – schedule your no-cost initial consultation now.

Supporting the Families in Need Since 1997