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A Front Row Seat

Published on October 31, 2016 By swatson

If you have an addicted loved one you’ve had a front row seat to watch their loved one spiral downward. At Heartland Intervention, we want you to experience the miracle of recovery which see all the time.

Chronic Pain and Addiction

Published on August 11, 2016 By swatson

Chronic pain and substance abuse are tightly linked here in America.

Alcohol Assessment Following a DUI

Published on May 2, 2016 By swatson

Clients charged with DUI often find that an independent alcohol and drug evaluation from Heartland Intervention is useful in court.

Does Intervention Work?

Published on January 25, 2016 By swatson

While often perceived as a dramatic step, an intervention is designed to pierce the hallmarks of anger, denial and dishonesty and get person into substance abuse treatment.

Off To Treatment

Published on November 21, 2015 By swatson

Travel to treatment is an important part of the intervention planning process and is typically a time of tension and hope.

When Substance Abuse or Addiction Appears

Published on August 4, 2015 By swatson

When families are faced with substance abuse or addiction, Heartland Intervention, LLC offers professional and independent guidance on assessment, treatment placement and intervention. Call us today at 877-752-8811.

After Treatment

Published on April 28, 2015 By swatson

Addiction recovery can be complex. Heartland Intervention examines several factors that need to be considered once a person completes primary drug or alcohol treatment.

Great Things in 2015

Published on December 23, 2014 By swatson

The New Year of 2015 promises many exciting things for Heartland Intervention, LLC and the families that we serve.

Getting Help

Published on November 10, 2014 By swatson

Addiction robs people of their freedom, health, relationships and life. Heartland Intervention is here to help.

Suicide and Addiction

Published on September 15, 2014 By swatson

The responsibiltiy for stemming the tide of suicide lies with all of us.