Newfoundland Interventions

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Support

Newfoundland Interventions

Drug & Alcohol Abuse Support

Newfoundland and Labrador is the most easterly province in Canada, and is located at the north-eastern corner of North America. Newfoundland is also known for the well-known, Mount Cashel Orphanage.

The facility is remembered for scandal and protracted court cases, regarding sexual abuse of children.

Men and women who are sexually abused during childhood are at an increased risk for drug abuse as adults. Women who have experienced any type of sexual abuse in childhood are roughly three times more likely than girls, who haven’t been abused, to report drug dependence as adults. “Overall”, childhood sexual abuse is more strongly associated with drug or alcohol dependence than with any of the psychiatric disorders.

Drugs and Alcohol have become a major problem in St. Johns Newfoundland in the past 10 years.
Since the oil boom in Alberta exploded years ago, and with people from Newfoundland regularly travelling back and forth on shift rotations, the situation has changed dramatically.
Cocaine, OxyContin and prescription pills have joined marijuana as the drug of choice in Newfoundland and Labrador, some might even say have overtaken the landscape.

Increase Drug Use in Newfoundland

A Growing & Escalating Problem

“Cocaine” has always been a big problem in St. John’s with the frequent movement between people working in Alberta and living in Newfoundland, and the money they earn, has made the so-called ‘hard core’ drugs more accessible.
Drugs like heroin, crack cocaine and fentanyl are certainly now being exposed to the people here in Newfoundland because of that.

Cocaine, Heroin and prescription pill use has not only affected the working adults, but youth as well.
Recent student drug use surveys have revealed young people trying substances, like cocaine and ecstasy, have increased from around two per cent to more than ten percent.

Our Support Services

Drug & Alcohol interventions in Newfoundland

Andy Bhatti is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse as well as an ex-drug addict.

Andy Bhatti is the only drug and alcohol interventionist that openly talks about his past of sexual abuse and drug addiction, through interventions, television, newspapers and social media.

Andy Bhatti is well known for his advocacy in Newfoundland and St. John’s for survivors of childhood sexual abuse and people living with addiction. Andy rode his bike across the province in 2015 to help raise awareness on childhood sexual abuse and survivors living with addiction issues.

Our team believes that no alcoholic or addict needs to suffer any longer, feel alone, be scared or think they can’t quit their addiction or alcoholism.

With the right Professional help, guidance, recovery coaching and support from our caring and loving addiction and intervention services these issues can change for the better.

Your loved one will be able to learn, to love himself and others again, trust others, build their self-esteem back up, find self-worth and quit using drugs and alcohol to block the pain.

Our team of trained professionals believe we can help your loved ones and family members make the first step into changing their lives around for the better. Teaching them new ways to live a healthy, happy clean and sober life in recovery.

We ARE the only intervention company in Canada and Newfoundland that works closely and directly with survivors of sexual abuse with addiction and alcohol problems.

Our addiction Service strives to facilitate a positive difference in the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities affected by alcohol, drugs, sexual abuse, gambling and related issues. Our intervention and personal treatment offered is holistic, respectful and client directed.

Andy Bhatti Intervention and Addiction Services offers private day-treatment program for adolescents and adults whose involvement with substance use and/or alcohol is having a negative impact on their lives.

Andy Bhatti is also, one of the only drug and alcohol interventionist in Canada and Newfoundland that works closely with Addiction and Methadone doctors to help clients on heroin, OxyContin, fentanyl and hydro morphine get on a methadone or sub oxen program within 24hrs.

What Andy Bhatti Provides

Procedures For Successful Interventions

Drug Intervention

Alcohol Intervention

Prescription Medication Intervention

Recovery Coaching

Sober Coaching

1 on 1 Counselling

Sexual Abuse Counselling

PTSD Counselling

Trauma Counselling

Treatment Planning

Aftercare Programs

Specialized Alcohol & Addiction Treatment

Methadone Doctors

Sub Oxen Doctors

Fentanyl Detox

Opiate Detox

Drug and Alcohol Private Detox

Drug and Alcohol Referrals

Let’s Get Started

Plan an Intervention Today

There are only two residential Drug and Alcohol treatment centers in Newfoundland and Labrador, and it can take up to six months to get in. 6 months may be too late

If we want to see the change, we have to be the change.

Call now, our team of professional addiction specialists, drug and alcohol interventionist are only a phone call away!

Andy Bhatti 1-604-309-1573

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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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