Interventions are usually called upon as last hope measures for someone that has a chronic, abusive relationship with an addictive substance such as drugs or alcohol. If this addiction is allowed to continue, the chances of the individual dying or facing irreversible problems is almost inevitable. Making the decision to get help for a loved one is accompanied with the fear that the individual will be angry or feel betrayed. But one must stop and think what is more important, helping someone you love or standing by watching them fade away.
Curran Seeley provides the professional services needed to educate, guide and support those wishing to help someone who doesn’t want help. Educational materials on the disease concept, with a special emphasis on the family’s role, are provided. Steps to a possible family intervention are offered. We work with the family at their pace to help them become familiar with the options available to assist their loved one to get treatment. Support is offered, with an emphasis for them to attend Alanon.