Drug and Alcohol Intervention Services in Ontario
Andy Bhatti Interventions and Addictions Services offers Intervention services in Toronto and throughout Ontario.
Our professional Ontario intervention services have helped families across Canada get their loved ones into the right drug and alcohol treatment center that best suits their individual needs.
Andy Bhatti is a well-known drug and alcohol interventionist in Canada. Andy has been performing interventions in Ontario for more than 6 years. Andy works closely with NHL players, their families, TV actors and many other professional athletes across Ontario. Andy Bhatti has been seen on CBC and Global Television many times talking about interventions and recovery. Our intervention services help addicts reintegrate back into the community after completing treatment.
Andy Bhatti is 11 years clean off drugs and alcohol himself. Andy’s experience in the addiction, intervention and recovery field, makes it easier for other addicts to relate to Andy during the intervention. Andy Bhatti Interventions specializes in helping families decide what is the best drug and alcohol treatment center for their loved one in Ontario or elsewhere across Canada.
Andy Bhatti Interventions and Addictions Services has offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Ontario and Langley, British Columbia.
If you have a loved one that needs an Ontario intervention, call Andy Bhatti. We can help save a loved one’s life.
Addiction Services in Ontario
Need help getting your loved one into a treatment center in Ontario?
Andy Bhatti Interventions has helped families in crisis across Ontario get their loved one into a drug and alcohol treatment center. The family’s life is always affected by the behaviour of the addict or alcoholic. Hiring a professional interventionist like Andy Bhatti will help resolve the conflict in the house. We will also provide counseling for the family to work on the effects of addiction that they’re facing.
Andy works closely with the family to know all about the addict’s family history. In some family cases, the addict’s behaviour is so unpredictable, that the family has only one choice to call for an intervention, before their loved one overdoses and dies.
The goal of all interventions is to get the addict or alcoholic into treatment. In 2017, more than 300 people in Ontario died from accidental drug overdoses. With the increase in fentanyl being the opiate of choice, more overdose related deaths will happen in 2018.
Drug and Alcohol treatment centers in Ontario are working closely with interventionists like Andy Bhatti to get addicts seeking help into treatment the same day.