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The Family Intervention

Published on 9:31 pm By swatson

Heartland Intervention details the process of planning an intervention for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. We are a leader in intervention services in Indiana and beyond. Call 317-752-8811 today for help.

About Hitting Bottom

Published on 1:46 pm By swatson

what is to be said when a person’s bottom means losing a job, a spouse, a child, their freedom, health or even their life? It is rarely wise for a family to stand by, waiting for a loved one to hit a devastating bottom.

Does Intervention Work?

Published on 12:39 pm 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 6:16 pm By swatson

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

Lifeline Law Saves Lives

Published on 9:49 am By swatson

Returning students need to be educated about using The Indiana Lifeline Law designed to save lives and protect those who call for help. For more info call Heartland Intervention at 317-752-8811.

When Substance Abuse or Addiction Appears

Published on 3:33 pm 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.

Not Hitting Bottom

Published on 11:43 am By swatson

Waiting for a person to “hit bottom” is not a compassionate approach and can lead to lost jobs, spouses, freedom, health and life.

Getting What You Pay For

Published on 8:45 am By swatson

Experience shows that while it is possible to get sober in both expensive and inexpensive treatment programs. Heartland Intervention, LLC looks at the value and cost of addiction treatment.

Best Possible Attitude

Published on 9:48 am By swatson

Heartland Intervention works with families to develop the best possible attitude toward addiction and recovery.