The Intervention Process with FRN
Does someone you love need an intervention? Does your family need a third-party mediator to help everyone, not just the addict, find a healing solution?
At Foundations Recovery Network, we have a team solely dedicated to helping families connect with interventionists. We have relationships with seasoned professionals across the country who are committed to the long-term recovery of struggling individuals and their loved ones.
FRN Intervention Brochure
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The Reality of an Intervention
There are many misconceptions out there about interventions, but the emotional scenes you see on reality TV bear little resemblance to the average intervention. The primary goal of this process is simply breaking down barriers to treatment and getting the addicted individual the help he or she needs.
Dealing with a love one’s addiction often leaves family and friends feeling defeated, angry or frustrated. They want to help but aren’t sure how to go about it, and their emotions can get in the way. That’s why it’s helpful to have an unbiased third party come in who can communicate clearly and factually, providing a professional opinion and helping present treatment options in a focused way without distractions.
At FRN, we work with a core group of professional interventionists hand-picked by us. They represent a variety of models, regions and price points, ensuring we have an interventionist that is just right for every situation. We regularly review the interventionists we work with to make sure our select group of pros continues to meet our high standards.
How the Process Works
A Family Affair
Intervention: Just What You Never Knew You Needed
Once a call comes in where intervention is determined to be a good fit, FRN’s intervention team is contacted and someone responds by phone within 45 minutes. That team member works with the caller to gather detailed information about their loved one’s situation and pairs them with the right interventionist.
Interventions are more common than you think. Anywhere from 10-20 percent of those who enter treatment do so as the result of an intervention. Those who do have a head start because the entire family goes into the treatment process with a better understanding of how it works and the role they can each play in a successful outcome.