Newman Interventions is a nationwide organization and will travel to every corner of the country to help families in need. Watching a loved one struggle with addiction is not easy. Families in Arizona with drug-addicted family members struggle with the stress of the addiction daily. Professional interventionists know what a family is going through and what the addiction is doing to the family.
When Newman Interventions travels to Arizona, the goal is to help the family regain control of the situation. Drug addiction affects people in different ways, and some families become caught up in enabling the addict. Unfortunately, this will often make the addiction go on longer because the addict knows someone is there to clean up the mess.
The Family Intervention Process
When a professional interventionist meets the family in Arizona, the family will understand how enabling works and how it is stopped. Addiction consumes an addict physically and mentally, and in the more serious cases, this is all the person has in his or her life. The family must come together, and Newman Interventions will help bring family members together who make the intervention go right.
The goal is to save the addict’s life, and this can only be done by getting him or her into treatment. Regardless of where you are in Arizona, Newman Interventions will travel to you. The certified interventionist will help the family line up treatment, organize the intervention, and be with them every step of the way. Most families struggling with addiction do not know how to take control of the situation.
This is normal; addiction brings out strong emotion, old arguments, and disagreements because everyone is looking at what they could have done differently. Professional interventionists make the process go right and reassure the family it is possible to get their loved one some help. Regardless of the types of drugs the addict uses and where they are in Arizona, the family can get them to treatment.
Substance Abuse Trends in Arizona
When you contact Newman Interventions, you are taking the first step. Drug addiction in Arizona affects residents from all over the state. According to the Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act, between June 2017 to January 2018, 812 Arizona residents died of a suspected opioid overdose. Approximately 5,202 Arizona residents suffered a suspected overdose on opioids. Also, 75% of heroin addicts in treatment started with an addiction to pain medication. There is always a way to convince an addict to get help, and a certified interventionist with Newman Interventions makes this possible.
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