Many individuals involved in substance abuse treatment and prevention, as well as uninvolved citizens across the nation, familiar with the popular television series featuring formal interventions on substance abuse. For those that are not, this series highlights the process of arranging and executing a formal, Johnson model intervention with a family who has a loved one suffering from addictions or other crises. What this television show unfortunately does not highlight is the vital process of case management and continuing care, which is so very important in heightening a substance abuser’s chance for long-term recovery. When an intervention first occurs, be it a confrontational or an invitational approach, this first meeting is only the beginning of a long and amazing process, not an end in itself. Whether the individual enters treatment or not, this first meeting is the beginning of a paradigm shift in the way that the family involved operates. The family system, patterns of behavior, and familial coping skills up until this point have facilitated the crisis at hand. In order to make a lasting change in these areas of a family, one intervention alone, despite the outcome, is insufficient. Our experience has shown that the families that engage in long-term case management and continuing care have much greater success in modifying their family system to incorporate recovery from the behaviors that have presented a problem thus far. At Compassionate Interventions, we are dedicated to encouraging every family that we serve to participate in a process of continuing care so that they might find a freedom and a happiness that they never before knew. Our goal is to continue the changes that we start in the very first meeting through a process that is professionally tailored to every family’s needs.