Drug Abuse Interventions
Emotions run very high and deep when considering a drug intervention for a loved one. You want to help that person, but you are scared and concerned about their reaction to confrontation. Whether you have just discovered it or have known that your loved one has had a drug addiction for a while, KD Consulting can help you with prescription drug intervention and other drug-related intervention processes.
Remaining calm is the most important thing to remember. We understand that this is a daunting and emotional time for you and your family, but rest assured you have come to the right place. Our intervention specialists at KD Consulting will help you gather the information you need and help you plan for the drug intervention for your loved one. We will teach you the steps needed for a productive and meaningful conversation, how to set up limits and even how to get outside help so that your loved one can recover.
Does My Loved One Need an Intervention?
Interventions work two ways the preventive measures for the young adults or the last hope we have for the acutely addicted individual. Most people believe that interventions are a last resort, but they aren’t. Too often, people wait to do a drug intervention when their loved one has fallen too deeply into the grip of addiction. Instead, an intervention needs to occur when drug use is first suspected.
Signs your loved one is suffering from a drug addiction include:
- Loss of appetite
- Loss of interest in things he or she once loved
- Excessive moodiness
- Insomnia or excessive sleeping
- Excessive weight gain
- Excessive weight loss
- Asking to borrow money consistently or stealing
Get Professional Assistance Today
When you decide to hold a drug intervention, you need to know how to do it right so it is most effective. The entire purpose of a drug intervention is to help bring your loved one back into reality and help them realize and acknowledge their addiction. What you need to realize is that an addict does not see the world the same way you do – most don’t or won’t admit they have a problem. Through professional intervention, it is your goal to help them see their problem and also admit they need help.
You are not in this alone. Let us help you as you help your loved one take back control of their life from drugs. Contact KD Consulting today at 866-631-0026.