Is an Intervention Necessary?

An Important Question

Several families have recently reached out to Heartland Intervention, with the same question: Is an intervention necessary? It’s common to wonder about this when you are concerned or troubled by a loved one’s substance use or addiction. And the answer is not the same for every family.

Heartland founder Scott J. Watson meets with families to learn more about the patterns of use, medical, psychiatric, vocational and legal history- previous treatment history and more. This allows us to craft the best possible response.

What NOT to Do

Before meeting with us- most families have tried begging a person to go to treatment. Many have also yelled, screamed and cried during those conversations. That didn’t work.

Intervention is not about just approaching or confronting a loved one with a substance abuse problem. Rather it is about having the whole family and support system rally around a comprehensive plan of action. Heartland Intervention specializes in working with families who want their loved one to choose treatment for their alcohol or drug use.

Why Choose Heartland Intervention and Scott J. Watson?

Heartland Intervention exists to save lives and families by lovingly offering recovery instead of addiction. Scott J. Watson is a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor and Masters Addictions Counselor with years of intervention experience. He is qualified and ethical! If you are worried about someone- don’t wait! Call Scott J. Watson today at 317-752-8811 to discuss “Is an intervention necessary” for your loved-one.

For more information, you can learn about intervention HERE.

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