The process of getting between someone and their bad habit as in our sensible intervention process. This process is designed with restoring and helping the abuser regain their brain and realize that they have the power to control what happens in their lives
Intervention efforts should make sense and provide early interventions to prevent any further destruction to the users or the community at large.
Good moral values must be adhered to as to instill healthy beliefs, and drug abusers must be held accountable for their actions.
We in the community are responsible for promoting harms reduction and a vision of healthy behaviors, even if that includes self-restraint for those who cannot control their bad habits.
Intervention strategies have to acknowledge that there are other issues that need to be addressed and not just the drug itself.
Are programs being honest? We must reach out with truth to those who are suffering from their bad choices and help motivate them to seek appropriate help for their drug abuse problems. The message delivered to those who have made bad choices must be accurate and appropriate
“Inspiring motivation for change through self evaluation and commitment”
Do you think that you may have a drug or alcohol problem? Do you need help to get your problem under control or quit it altogether?
Are you feeling that you are all alone, ashamed and have nowhere to turn for fear of condemnation? Or, programs that never end?
If you answered yes to those questions, You need to hear the truth that some don’t want you to know about breaking that bad habit.
This intervention process is a practical, short term intervention method, not a lifetime of condemnation, steps and meetings. It is designed for self-evaluation, motivation and geared to change of behavior. We encourage those with drug/alcohol problems to “Regain Your Brain”, and seek intervention before you cause any further destruction to yourself or others
A Sensible Intervention Process
- No Steps
- No Condemnation
- No Lifetime of Meetings
- No Disease Concept
Acceptance: How did I get here? Be open-minded!
- What happened to cause these situations in my life?
- What happened to my values?
- Was I depressed?
- What is my sunshine? Was I simply mislead?
Responsibility: I am responsible for my bad habit.
- It is my duty to be responsible to others and myself.
- I cannot blame others for my situation.
- I must forgive myself .
- I am responsible for what is missing in my life.
Tell yourself! Decision: It’s time for me to make a change in my life, to better or save my life.
- I must be the change I want me and others to see.
- I must affirm to myself the change I seek.
- I must adjust my attitude.
- I will make a good decision everyday about my life.
- I will make positive alternative choices.
Control: Exercise authority over my condition; command and enforce obedience for myself.
- I must put my bad habits in check everyday.
- I must solve problems.
- I must learn to work with others.
- I must have confidence to learn what to do and how to do it.
- I must have a sense of pride.
- I must set simple goals for myself. I will work up to the big stuff.
- I must rectify this situation I am in.
Do yourself! Respect: Respect others and myself.
- Self improvement.
- Maintain my dignity!
- Be selfless
Move On: Accept the change.
- I can begin again.
- I have forgiven myself.
- How I respond is everything.
- I made a bad choice, now it’s time for me to make a good one. It’s
all up to me.
- Life can be all I want it to be.
- I’m headed in the right direction.
- There is victory for me.
Responsibility: I am responsible for my bad This intervention process is a practical, short term intervention method, not This intervention To register for one of our intervention process, please call 1-866-495-4044, or go to our events page.