The City of Surrey is in Metro Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. Surrey is in the Lower Mainland on the south side of the Fraser River only 45 minutes from Vancouver and 30 minutes from the city of Langley
Surrey is the largest city in land wise, and second most populated city in Metro Vancouver and has a population of more than 520,000 people. 1 in 5 Canadians suffer from Mental Health and Substance Abuse issues. That means there is over 100,000 people living in the city of Surrey with addiction or mental health issues.
Surrey is made up of 6 communities: Newton, Guilford, Cloverdale, Fleetwood, Whalley and South Surrey/White Rock. Each city has their own mental health and addiction services.
The community of Whalley has a high homeless population and is known as the drug area of Surrey. Many police officers work down on the Surrey strip to try to stop all the drug trafficking on the streets. Surrey has the highest crime rate and murders in Metro Vancouver.
Our Surrey addiction interventionist work closely with families all over Surrey, British Columbia to help families find the right addiction treatment center for their loved ones needs.
The City of Surrey is also one of the fastest growing, culturally diverse cities in Canada. Surrey has more then 75 licensed recovery houses and only 1 licensed trauma informed addiction treatment center. Our company offers 1 on 1 addiction and alcohol outpatient counselling all over Surrey. Our team of addiction counselors and interventionist work only with highly trained trauma counsellors and mental health professionals to give families the best chance of helping their loved one change their life.
Surrey, British Columbia has a big Indian and South Asian community population. Andy Bhatti Interventions and Addiction Services offers alcohol counselling and substance abuse counselling in Punjabi and Hindi at our Langley and Surrey offices. Our drug and alcohol interventionists in Surrey help families in the Indo Canadian community to be educated on what is addiction, trauma, alcoholism and enabling. There is a big stigma in the Indian community about using drugs or alcohol. Many families in the Indian community are too scared to ask for help, because they are too worried about what others think. That’s why our professional interventionist and addiction counsellors work privately to help families in Indo Canadian community to seek private addiction counseling or treatment. Our private Punjabi and Hindi speaking alcohol and drug counselors also offer 1 on 1 outpatient programs to working professionals in Surrey seeking help.
In Surrey, British Columbia the Indian community also holds a large Vaisakhi Day Parade every year. The parade features cultural floats, community performers and live music. Residents of all communities in Surrey and from all cultures come out to celebrate. But it is also a major drinking celebration for some people in the Indian community. With alcoholism being a major problem in the Indian culture. Many families seek guidance and direction in helping their loved ones, learn how to celebrate their culture activities with out having to drink alcohol.
Our interventionists offer all different types of interventions and alcohol and drug counselling in Surrey, British Columbia. We offer Family interventions to families seeking help for their loved ones. Our family interventions educate families on addiction, alcoholism, codependency enabling and what to expect during the intervention process. Family interventions are successful in helping families understand healthy boundaries and why the intervention is so important to help the person suffering from substance abuse issues.
Our alcohol and drug interventions lead to treatment. When families call us in Surrey, British Columbia, our interventionists can help families within 24 hours. It doesn’t matter if it’s an opiate intervention, alcohol intervention or an addiction intervention, we help families get the results they are looking for. Our team works closely with medical detox facilities and doctors in all communities of surrey to help get clients the right medical attention they need, before entering a drug and alcohol treatment facility. Our addiction interventionist helps the clients realize that the intervention was out of love, care, concern and to help the alcoholic or addict get their life back. We make sure all our clients know that the intervention wasn’t done because the family is mad at them, its because their family loves them so much, that they want to help them get clean and sober.
Recovery houses in Surrey aren’t drug and alcohol treatment centers. Surrey has more then 75 licensed recovery homes, but what many families don’t realize is they are just recovery houses not an actual treatment center. There have been many issues in Surrey with recovery houses and what they offer. Some of the recovery houses are strictly government funded and many of the clients are on methadone or opiate replacement therapy. Lots of the clients use the house for just a place to live, they don’t do any recovery programs. Our substance abuse counselors in Surrey can help you find out, if the recovery house your trying to send your loved one to is any good. Some of the recovery house in Surrey are good and help thousand of addicts and alcoholics get clean and sober. Interventionist Andy Bhatti has used many of the recovery houses in Surrey as a sober living 2nd stage home, for his clients getting out of treatment centers. Recovery house are a safe place for people in early recovery to live after completing treatment. The recovery houses can be used as 2nd stage place where clients can meet new friends in recovery , go to work and have a safe place to live , have a place to learn responsibilities and how to budget money and to show their family that they can actually stay clean after being in long-term residential addiction treatment center.
Andy Bhatti Interventions and Addiction Services, Supports Sophie’s Place Child Advocacy Center in Surrey, B.C.
Our company’s charity of choice is Sophie’s Place Child Advocacy Center. Drug and Alcohol interventionist Andy Bhatti has been supporting Sophie’s Place since 2013. Sophie’s Place is named after Sophie Tweed Simmons, the daughter of Gene Simmons from the rock band KISS and the Daughter of super model Shannon Tweed Simmons. Sophie’s Place is a child advocacy center dedicated to children who are victims of physical, mental or sexual abuse. Interventionist Andy Bhatti him self is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. Andy Bhatti himself understands the trauma kids go through, because of childhood sexual abuse. Many addicts walking the streets at night in Surrey, British Columbia are also survivors of sexual abuse, who are just trying to numb the pain away with drugs or alcohol. Sophie’s place helps prevent kids from becoming drug addicts, by giving them all the counselling and support after their disclosure. Our company hosts an annual Charity Food & Toy for Sophie’s Place with 100% of the proceeds going to victims of childhood sexual abuse.
For information or enquiries on Intervention or Substance Abuse Services in Surrey, Newton, White Rock, Guilford, Whalley, South Surrey and Cloverdale, British Columbia call us today for your free intervention consultation.
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The problem for many Albertans who have substance abuse problems are when they feel alone, they are more tempted to drink or take drugs....12 December, 2020
There is no question that showing your love and concern by providing support, consistency, and courage is a great start for a successful recovery....11 December, 2020
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 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.
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.
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.