An intervention is a situation where an individual is confronted in a non-threatening way about their self-destructive behaviors such as drug or alcohol abuse, or their eating disorder. This is done with the help of loved ones and a professionally trained intervention specialist. While the intervention itself may only take a few hours, the intervention process begins with your initial call for help.
As an intervention is not always required, you will initially speak with one of our Admissions Counselors who can assist you with your questions and concerns. However, we realize that there are times when an intervention is critical and we can provide you with options from a list of professional interventionists with whom we work.
Please call the Charter Oak Recovery Center at (800) 654-2673 for more information.