Drug and Alcohol Interventions -
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Our interventionists and recovery experts work with individuals and families
to help support the recovery process
Recovery Support Services
We are passionate about recovery. Contact us today to get the help you're looking for.
We assist families and friends in getting their loved ones started on the path to recovery. Our professional interventionists are intimately acquainted with an addict's concerns and fears and will be able to deal with them respectfully and efficiently - ensuring they have the best chance to get into a residential treatment program swiftly.
Our personable and experienced treatment escorts ensure that your loved one gets to and from treatment safely. Our clinical transportation service organizes the complete travel and won't leave the addict until they're safely connected with the treatment center staff. The treatment escort is available 24/7 for any progress updates to concerned parties.
For some clients, treatment isn't enough and they require sustained personal attention during their early recovery. Our sober companions are in recovery themselves and are able to guide a client through the challenging time of early recovery. Our sober companions accompany a client throughout the day, to encourage healthy habits and lifestyle changes.
An initial assessment is an important first step in establishing a client's needs in regard to addiction treatment. The initial assessment consists of collecting a client's treatment-relevant data. A specialized health-care professional analyzes the information in order to make the appropriate professional recommendations for treatment allocation, whether it be in-patient or out-patient, therapy or other measures.
Long-term aftercare support and recovery coaching is available through our professional online coaching programs.
About Our Services
AffordableOur intervention services are designed to be affordable, based around the needs of the family and the amount of time requested of our professionals.
ConfidentialWhen dealing with an intervention you can expect all family matters to remain in the family and never be discussed outside of the session.
ConvenientWe come to you - wherever you are located. We bring your suffering family member directly to treatment.
TimelyThe goal of the actual intervention is to get the loved one into treatment immediately. The actual session is the be as swift as possible for the comfort of the family.
Client-CenteredThe client's full history is reviewed prior to an intervention. An interventionist team member of your choice leads the intervention at the residence of your choice, and accompanies the client to a treatment center of your choice where a bed is waiting.
ProfessionalOur interventionist have themselves been in recovery for many years. Their full time job is to work hands on with recovering addicts and alcoholics and handle them with the utmost respect and care.
What Happens Next?
Online Face-to-Face Meeting and Assessment
The first step is a thorough evaluation of the addict's situation to ensure we are all well prepared and have the information we need to prepare for the day of the intervention.
Before we come out to you, there will be the opportunity to get to know each other first during a low-pressure, online face-to-face meeting.
After our preliminary discussions and information gathering, our experienced team will prepare a well-crafted intervention plan, with custom-tailored treatment options for a caring, understanding, and well structured rehab environment so that the addict feels comfortable to make that critical leap of faith into recovery.
Together we will review the entire plan, treatment options, set expectations, alert all to potential challenges and have contingencies in place.
Day of the Intervention
The day of the intervention is always a challenging one for both the addict, and the family. By now, we have created a clear plan of action, an intervention team is in place, and travel and facility planning is complete. If the addict is reluctant - as is often the case - our carefully crafted contingency plans give us well-rehearsed options.
Our Recovery Experts
Evan JarschauerMAC MBA CAP LMHCDrug & Alcohol Counselor/Therapist
I help individuals and families impacted by addiction and mental health disorders effectively work through all of red tape, logistics, resistance, and denial associated with creating, implementing, and monitoring long-term recovery solutions. I coordinate treatment referrals and placement based upon clinical need, geographic considerations, and resources available to support the cost of care. I then work with the family, friends, and other concerned parties to create a unified plan to conduct professional intervention services with care, compassion, and commitment. I am motivated when I see a family come together to help a loved one in crisis, and I am greatly encouraged when I am able to see firsthand how that unified and carefully organized support increases overall outcomes in the recovery process exponentially.
I am a Professional Comprehensive Intervention Counselor and Licensed Psychotherapist. I create, implement, and monitor comprehensive treatment plan solutions to meet the unique therapeutic needs of individuals and families impacted by symptoms of addiction and mental health disorders throughout the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Rick BronisDrug & Alcohol Counselor/Therapist
My work in the field of recovery includes Interventions to try and help people in need a chance to enter a facility and hopefully get the help they need. I also continue working with them when they leave the facility following up with case management work and helping them continue on this new path to a much better way of living there life! Having had my life torn apart because of my abuse with alcohol and drugs and having found a way out I am very motivated to pass along and help the suffering addict find the love and joy I have found through recovery!!!
I was born and raised in Miami Florida. Having been a child of the 60’s and 70’s I have had plenty of experience with the use and abuse of drugs and alcohol as an adolescent and that continued into my adult life as well. These issues would follow me for many years to come. Despite this I was able to run a successful retail clothing business for many years despite my substance abuse however it would eventually take its toll on me personally as well as professionally. In 2005, and for the past 12 years I has been living my life as a sober man! Having found a much easier softer way of living I have been given the gift of sobriety! For the past 4 years I have been working professionally in the field of recovery. As an Interventionist as well as intense Crisis Case Management. I also have been providing service as a sober companion, sober coach, handling safe transportation for clients too and from rehabilitation facilities. Nothing in this world gives me greater pleasure and fulfillment than helping and watching someone in the throes of addiction get the help they need and hopefully desire, and then to see the transformation back to a normal, healthy and happy life.
Jim LaPierreLCSW, CCSClinical Social Worker/Therapist
Hi! I'm Jim - I'm a mental health therapist, addictions counselor, and Recovery Ally. I'm passionate about Recovery whether from addictions, trauma, family of origin, or past abuse. I do a small amount of online counseling (if you're very flexible in scheduling). Most of my time is spent growing my clinic in Brewer, Maine. We pride ourselves in being a resource Please feel free to email questions or concerns to: firstname.lastname@example.org
My story is I'm forever a work in progress and I love connecting with REAL people who are doing great things. I'm blessed to be making a living doing something I love. I'm a proud dad and the luckiest husband ever. I'm an aspiring author - check out my recovery blog at: http://recoveryrocks.bangordailynews.com/ Thanks! Jim
Joseph NovakCIP, NCRIC-I, NCIPCertified Intervention Professional and Recovery Coach
A recovering alcoholic/addict himself, Joe has over 21 years of experience with the 12 – Step approach to recovery. Over this period, he has had the opportunity to work with extremely resistive alcoholics and addicts. Joe’s life experience has given him empathy for those suffering from addiction. His training includes working with 2 of the interventionist from the A&E television show “Intervention“. Joe has a passion to help others in recovery beyond the traditional methods. He realizes that what may work well for some, may not work well for all. A veteran of the United States Air Force and spent 20 years serving his country. During that time, he was deployed to support Operation Enduring Freedom. Joe is passionate concerning Veteran’s issues and hopes that he can continue to help those who struggle with addiction. Joe is a member of the Mental Health Association of Okaloosa and Walton County, Florida and a member of the Association of Intervention Specialists. He is also an associate at Emerald Coast Collaborative Solutions located in Mary Esther, Florida. The Northwest Florida Daily News featured a story about Joe titled “Interventionist helps others on the road to recovery”.
"My situation was very dire...without the help I received...I don‘t think I‘d be here right now. So I owe the people at ChooseHelp a great deal. They helped me overcome something that I couldn‘t do myself...it saved me.“ Dan S., Miami FL
"Your intervention saved my son's life. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!“ Maggie G., Denver CO