Thursday, 27. January 2011
Welcome to Intercept Interventions
Mission Statement


Intercept Interventions has one ultimate goal, freedom from active addiction. We believe all individuals who suffer from the disease of addiction can obtain long term abstinence and the freedom recovery brings. Through the intervention process we will help restore family relationships, renew lost dreams, and any addict/alcoholic can once again feel joy and happiness as they begin to pursue their lost goals and ambitions.

Please contact us at our number

877-74-HELP-U

877-744-3578


or use the Contact Us link to submit an email message.

 
A Letter to the Family~

We understand the pain and heartache, you as a family member or friend, are going through. This disease is much like any other; the major difference is the scrutiny society holds and the methods of  treatment. If your loved one had any other fatal disease they would receive an insurmountable amount of support; emotionally, physically, and spiritually from the community at large. The sad truth is society discriminates dependent on the name of this disease. In the United States alone 85% of those incarcerated in adult and juvenile penal institutions are there directly or indirectly as a result of this disease. The fact is, your loved one has a disease, and in 1966 the American Medical Association recognized drug and alcohol abuse as a disease. The American Disability Act soon followed. 

This is a very progressive and fatal disease and if not treated will only lead to jails, institutions, dereliction and death, in no specific order. Our hope for you and your family member is that the path that leads to recovery is coming soon. So many times we deny the reality that is staring us right in the face; it could be a fad or phase they are going through, but do we take that chance, many addicts have died needlessly as a result of that thought.

If there is a problem and you see it, please act on it, because we never know if their next time using could be their last. So many families have lost a loved one because the addict says this is going to be my last time & I’ll go to treatment tomorrow, but then tomorrow never comes. Addicts are manipulators. They will pay, say, and do anything to smooth over the situation, only to repeat the same actions in the days to come, over and over again. If any of this rings true in your family, take action now; because it only takes one day, even one moment, in someone’s life, to change their life journey & circumstances forever. We truly believe in the freedom recovery brings, the love it restores, and the hope within us all.

Sincerely,

Intercept Interventions 

When journeying down the long dark road, we must continue on and never give up faith we'll one day reach our destination no matter how ugly that road appears before the naked eye. 

 -Reed Murphy

 

 

 

 

 

 

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