Out of State Intervention

In-person communication during Intervention is always the goal, so start by asking. The more active this communication can be, the better. With work schedules and family responsibilities, it isn’t always possible for everyone to drop everything and fly or drive across the country at the spur of the moment for an intervention. Our team can come to you and we will schedule for out of state Interventions and flights. For more information Contact us now.

Substance addiction treatment programs come in different types. If the addiction is deep-seated, then the program is expected to take longer and also more intense. Here is an overview of the most common types:

  1. Counseling – This may help in identifying the root cause of the addiction, repairing relationships and learning coping skills. This is usually used in conjunction with other types and can be done in three ways:
  • Individual Therapy – This highly depends on the client’s needs, level of care and length of treatment. Usually, the program starts with individual sessions during which a treatment plan is developed further with client’s own inputs.
  • Group therapy – This is where a therapeutic group gets the opportunity to explore and resolve issues in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Family Therapy – This therapy involves anyone from the client’s significant others: spouse, children, parents, siblings, etc. Family support is especially essential for the recovery of the individual.
  1. Residential Treatment – While undergoing the program, the client will live in a treatment facility during the day. The program normally lasts for 1-3 months.
  1. Intensive Outpatient Program – Often, the major focus is prevention of relapse. The client will not live in a treatment facility but will have to commit as much time into the program. Depending on the client’s needs, treatment may last for 2-4 hours, 3-4 days a week.
  1. 12-Step Work – Depending on client’s needs, level of care and preference, one may also enter the 12-step meetings that help strengthen peer support for a continued work on a recovery program.
  1. Living in Sobriety – This usually follows after an intensive program such as a residential treatment. The client will live in a supportive substance-free environment together with other individuals recovering from addiction. This is usually recommended for those who think that returning home too soon will trigger a relapse, or for those who may not have a home to return to.

Importance of Communication

In all the treatment programs, effective communication is very crucial. The more active the communication is, the better. In every treatment program is a partnership between the client and the therapist. Every partnership means active communication between parties involved.

With work schedules and family responsibilities, however, it is not always possible for an individual to drop everything, and fly or drive across the country for an intervention. Transforming Life Sober Living Center aims to help you and not cause more trouble. So, our team can come to you and schedule an out-of-state intervention and flights that will not disrupt your work, family and other responsibilities. Give us a call now.