The province of Saskatchewan is known for its grasslands, the rugged Canadian Shield plateau rocks, rivers, lakes and Shannon Tweed, wife of Gene Simmons.
Andy has a personal connection with the Tweed family. Andy rode his bike across Newfoundland to raise awareness around child sexual abuse, trauma and addiction and had the Tweed sisters fly out to Newfoundland to be a part of it. Andy has also worked with Shannon’s daughter to raise awareness around child sexual abuse, trauma and addiction.
The province, however, is also known for an increasing number of meth addicts. From 2015 to 2016, the number of people reporting crystal meth use when admitted to drug treatment centres jumped by 200%.
The Government of Saskatchewan has since created an opioids task force to help combat the growing number of addicted Saskatchewan residents.
Not only are Saskatchewan residents addicted to drugs, they’re also addicted to alcohol and the age of addiction keeps lowering. According to a study by the Government of Canada, 70% of 17-year-olds in Saskatchewan reported drinking 5 or more drinks within a 2-hour period at least once in the past month.
“Saskatchewan has a huge problem with drugs because of the growing population of oil and gas employees in the province. Saskatchewan has had numerous overdoses from fentanyl, it has a huge problem with cocaine and the province has a growing number of alcoholics,” Andy confirms.
Andy Bhatti Interventions & Addiction Services works with First Nation reserves across Saskatchewan to fight addiction, sexual abuse and child trauma.
Our intervention company offers emergency drug and alcohol interventions all across Saskatchewan. The team of highly professional drug and alcohol interventionists will guide your family in the right direction.
Getting yourself or a loved one into recovery is not often an easy undertaking.
Andy Bhatti is committed to helping those struggling with addiction in Saskatchewan. Not only will Andy make himself available in Saskatchewan, but he will help the addict realize that there’s more to life than drugs and alcohol.
As a professional and specialized addiction interventionist for more than five years, Andy Bhatti will use his education on substance abuse, personal street-life experience and intervention training to help an addict reach recovery.
24 hour Stabilization
Family Therapy Programs
1 on 1 individual Counselling
Drug and Alcohol Testing
Sexual Abuse Counselling
Andy Bhatti is the only Drug and Alcohol Intervention Company in Canada that works closely with child trauma psychologists and victims of childhood sexual abuse.
Andy Bhatti provides emergency Interventions all across Saskatchewan within 48 Hrs.
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Andy is a compassionate person who went above and beyond to assist my family with helping a loved one. He was able to direct us (family) to the right support programs and my family member towards a healthy stable recovery. His passion for helping far exceeded my expectations and would recommend him in a heartbeat.
Andy possesses a high level of compassion and empathy for the people he is trying to help. This combination translates into him being able to establish a connection of trust with people who've been beaten down by addiction, and trust is a critical component of helping an addicted loved one and the family through a very difficult process.
Andy is known for being the guy you call when you're worried about doing an intervention with someone unpredictable. Not all interventionists are comfortable with things not going as planned and as everyone rehearsed. If you can picture someone flipping furniture or screaming or running away during your intervention, call Andy and get him to facilitate for you.
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.
An interventionist will:
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.
Any family member, friend or business associate who cares about a person facing a serious personal problems with addiction and emotional instability.