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Canada Wide Interventions, Care and Support

Interventions are an extremely effective way to demonstrate to someone you love the depth and severity of their addictions. It is a drastic yet necessary effort to help them get the help they need before it’s too late. Interventions are direct: involving a pre-planned meeting with the family to finds ways to encourage effective results in helping the individual see the benefits of treatment and to book a treatment facility or program for the individual to attend directly after the intervention.

Then a scheduled intervention with the individual in question, (involving the family) takes place. What steps that are necessary to save their lives, end their addiction and repair their relationships will be mapped out and put into place. It is at the end of that meeting that the individual precedes to treatment and the family begins counseling.

Interventions work because the entire family is working towards a solution to the continued problem of the addiction, the using and the acceptable behavior. With the support of all those who care and love the individual, along with a plan of action and a recovery goal, addicts can see over all hope and support in overcoming their addiction. This empowers them to feel safe and ready to get help.

What Andy Bhatti Provides With Interventions

Steps to get individuals to recovery

Assessment of individual's addiction

Outline and determine core issues/problems

Determine intervention strategies

Implementation of intervention

Education on addiction in life/ workplace

Treatment options and EAP procedures

Facilitate admission to treatment facility

Transportation to treatment facility

Drug and Alcohol Intervention

Drugs & Alcohol

An intervention can save a life and help get things back on track. It should be considered in any situation where a person cannot stop their drug or alcohol addiction on their own, or when they depend on that addiction to get through the day.

Youth Intervention

Youth Interventions

Youth are extremely vulnerable, as their brains are still developing. If you suspect your teenager or young adult is using drugs or developing an alcohol addiction, it’s critical to get them the right help as soon as possible. Learn which signs to look out for.

Family Intervention

family Interventions

Does your loved one need help, but you don’t know where to start? Our family intervention services will help your loved on not only seek the help they need, but also include support for the whole family, counselling, a post treatment plan and more.

Punjabi Alcohol and Drug Services


Looking for alcohol and drug abuse intervention services in Punjabi or Hindi? Our Punjabi-speaking therapists will provide the best care for you and your community!

Intervention FAQ’s

Learn About the Process
What is an Intervention?

A professionally facilitated intervention is a structured method of assisting a person struggling with addiction and mental health issues. The objective is to assist the person to seek help and commit to treatment.

A successful intervention is professionally facilitated by an individual with expertise in drug and alcohol counseling and specific training in the intervention process.

What does an Interventionist do?

An interventionist will:

  • Meet with a group of caring family members, friends and coworkers to gather information, assess, and recommend the best possible treatment options for the person afflicted.
  • Facilitate meetings to encourage participants to explore enabling behaviors and consequences.
  • Help family and friends share their experience and concerns with the person suffering with addiction.
  • Find, support and accompany the person to treatment.
  • Liaise with the treatment centre and strategize on a full a treatment program at all stages of the process.
  • Provide follow up, support and help finding sponsorship.
Who is involved?

An intervention involves a gathering of caring family and friends who matter to the individual. The group includes anyone affected and wanting to be an active participant in the individuals full and life-long RECOVERY.

Who can plan an Intervention?

Any family member, friend or business associate who cares about a person facing a serious personal problems with addiction and emotional instability.

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