An intervention is a process of overcoming barriers and communicating real concerns to the individual with a substance use disorder and offering help to address the addiction. A properly conducted intervention is exceptionally effective in helping someone accept treatment. This can be considered the first step toward the treatment process.

An intervention process can be organized by any caring supporter or family member of the addict; however, professionals who have experience in conducting such activities can be a better judge of the individual’s physical and psychological condition. The Council provides a variety of intervention services in Berks County.

Intervention Provider:

Affordable Intervention Opportunities
Wernersville, PA
(610) 406-2749, click here to e-mail
Work with different kinds of addiction including heroin, cocaine, other substance-related addiction, gambling, food, sex, the internet, video games and work.  Offer overflow services to treatment centers that are in need of family help.

For more information, visit any of the areas listed below:

Student Assistance Program (SAP)

Underage Drinking Program (UDP)

Family Interventions

Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)

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