Professional and Compassionate Interventions
Is Your Family Struggling With Addiction?
You are not alone, and there is a way forward. We have worked with countless families to intervene and help their loved ones begin the path to recovery. Our team of experienced interventionists are dedicated to helping you determine if an intervention is appropriate and guiding you and your loved ones through the process of intervention and recovery.
Drug Addiction Intervention
Drug addiction can be much harder to detect than most people realize, especially since many addicts try to hide their symptoms. If you know or suspect that someone in your life is dependent on an illicit or prescription drug, we can help you determine if an intervention is needed and guide you through the process of helping your loved one recover.
Alcohol Addiction Intervention
Our trained specialists at Compassionate Interventions excel at helping families suffering from alcohol addiction find a way forward. We know how difficult it is to struggle with alcohol dependency. We also know how hard it is to cope when a loved one is addicted, and we’re dedicated to helping your entire family begin to heal.
Gambling Addiction Intervention
Addiction to gambling is often referred to as a “hidden illness” because, unlike most drug and alcohol dependency, there are no obvious physical symptoms. But gambling addiction is very real and impacts many people’s lives. Our team of specialists are experienced in helping families understand and recover from gambling addiction.
How Does an Intervention Work?
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to addiction intervention. That’s why our interventionists are trained in both the Johnson model and the ARISE model (the two main models in the field of intervention). We tailor our approach to meet the unique needs of you, your family, and your loved ones. We are with you every step of the way.
- Free phone consultation: Your interventionist will discuss your loved one’s symptoms of dependency with you and help you determine if an intervention is appropriate.
- Phone or in-person assessment: The interventionist listens to your concerns and works with you and your family to determine the best course of action.
- Treatment referrals, recommendations, coordination, and travel arrangements: Our interventionists work with you to select the best treatment facility for your loved one and help make the appropriate arrangements.
- Family coaching and meeting preparation: The interventionist discusses the process and helps prepare participants for the intervention. Depending on the model being used, participants may write letters to their loved one and a rehearsal may be held the day before the intervention takes place.
- Intervention meeting: The interventionist facilitates the meeting(s) and, with the help of your loved one’s closest family and friends, carries out the pre-planned process of helping them make the choice to enter treatment.
- Transportation services to treatment: Our team of interventionists is able to assist and serve as a sober companion for transporting your loved one to the treatment facility.
- Continuing care (ARISE) or after care coordination (Johnson): Our goal is to be a part of the recovery process for as long as your family needs us.
Do You Need Intervention Help?
Meet Our Interventionists
Benjamin Randolph, MS, CADC III, CIP, CTT, BRI II
Ben has been an addiction counselor since 2000. He has training in Structural Family Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Client Centered Therapy. A recovering addict himself, he has a passion for the recovery process and approaches those suffering from addiction with compassion and understanding.
Jennifer Randolph, CAI-II, CIP, CTP, BRI II, CADC II
Jennifer is a Certified ARISE Interventionist trained by Judith Landau, the creator of the ARISE model. She brings a drive and tenacity to the field of addiction treatment and is a Certified Intervention Professional (the most recently instituted national certification for interventionists).
Read Testimonials From People Who’ve Been Where You Are:
“Ben helped us recognize that we, in fact, were not alone and that many families before us have gone through this same process. He was honest, real, and committed to helping our family.”
“Thank you for our meeting. In all aspects it went so well. Your leadership, experience, knowledge, and people skills are wonderful.”
“I thank God for Ben and his work and recommend his compassionate intervention to anyone who is faced with a loved ones, or their own addictions. Talk to him.”
Take the First Step to Recovery
Addiction can make you feel hopeless and alone, but you aren’t. If someone you care about is suffering from addiction, don’t give into despair. We can help you intervene in a supportive, compassionate way that can allow your loved one to begin to recognize how their addiction is impacting them and the people around them and start on the road to recovery.