Adolescent-Executive-Family-Crisis-Process Addictions

Compassionate Invitational Interventions

SOS is committed to providing premier intervention and continuum care services that guides families, employers and identified individuals in the healing and recovery process to restore a sense of well-being and sustained SERENITY for all that have been affected.

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What is and Intervention

An intervention is used to motivate an individual to accept help for alcoholism, drug abuse, eating disorders and other addictive disorders. At SoS we specialize in helping Families and Employers conduct a successful intervention breaking through denial.

It can be a difficult to help a loved one that is struggling with an addictive or co-occurring disorder. Often times you have had countless heart to heart that have been unsuccessful and leave you feeling guilty (A common sign of co-dependency). However, SoS can provide a more focused approach that will allow us to join forces and conduct a formal intervention.

Individuals that struggle with addictive behaviors do have values and beliefs yet their actions and behaviors clearly dispute them. However, rather than accepting them they find other reasons for not living up to them (Denial). A well planned intervention can breakthrough their denial and lead to them wanting to get the treatment they need.

Intervention Misconceptions

The A&E Series Intervention has done a lot to expose how a family can help those in needs. However, the scenarios played out on a television screen is overexposed and misleading. A compassionate and invitational model of intervention is professional and confidential. At SoS we go to great lengths to assess each situation individually and conduct the intervention accordingly. After a thorough assessment process the clients are offered an array of services that would begin the recovery process and lead to regained serenity for all that put their individual recovery first.

Family Resources


Celebrate Recovery

Alcoholics Anonymous

Adult Children of Alcoholics

Narcotics Anonymous

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA)

Overeaters Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous

National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence (NCADD)

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

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