Intervention Services in Oregon
Oregon Intervention Services:
Help for Getting Your Loved Ones into Rehab for Treatment of Addiction
Finding the right intervention specialist for your loved one can make the difference between success and failure. A successful intervention can change your loved one’s life. You owe it to them to try to do whatever it takes to get them the help that they so desperately need.
When most people search online for interventionist teams, they use the search term “interventionists near me” which can lead to results that are not necessarily appropriate for your specific circumstances. Choosing an interventionist that has some reality with the specific addiction may have better results that will lead to a common ground between the person holding the intervention and the individual, who needs to realize that they do need the help that is being offered.
If you have found that you are facing an underlying addiction problem with a husband, wife, spouse, son, daughter or any other loved one in your life, It is imperative that you look for help from a professionally trained counselor. Giving our trained Oregon intervention specialists can help narrow down the search parameters for interventionist near you. Addiction No More Oregon intervention services offer professional intervention services in Oregon for drug addiction, alcohol addiction, and any other addictive behaviors.
Over 150 people have their lives cut short due to overmedication with opioid pain relievers. Almost 3 people a week, die in Oregon from prescription painkillers overdose.
Oregon addiction statistics and national trends are provided to help understand the scope and consequences that addiction can have if left unchecked.
Oregon percentage of the state’s population drug use in the fiscal year 2015 the latest SAMHSA statistics available
Marijuana use in Oregon in the past month estimates for the age group 12-17 is estimated at 13.04% of the population and 5.92% for those in the age group over 18.
Cocaine use statistics in Oregon estimated at 0.80% for the 12-17 age group and for those over the age of 18 it is estimated that 2.27% of the population has used cocaine in the past year.
Heroin use in Oregon for the age group 12-17 is estimated to be 0.13% and over the age of 18, the percentage of people that use heroin is estimated to be 0.37% of the population.
Alcohol use among those 12 to 17 years of age is 11.68% of the population and for the 18 and over demographic 63.28% used alcohol in the last month.
Those that have had serious thoughts of suicide in the state of Oregon over the past statistical year 2015, is only available for the population over 18 and is at 4.37%of the population.
According to statistics and data released on Dec 8th, 2015, there has been a significant rise in the deaths that have been attributed to drug or alcohol overdoses. The United States has surpassed 50,000 deaths a year, attributed to drugs or alcohol. This surpasses car accidents as the leading cause of death for the first time in history, which is higher than the number of deaths in recorded for the last 15 years. This rise constitutes a significant 6.5% increase in just one year from 13.8 per 100 thousand people to 14.7 per 100,000 people in 2014 alone.
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Oregon Alcohol Interventions: Saving lives and treating addiction one person at a time
Oregon alcohol interventions are necessary when a family member or loved one can no longer wait for their loved one to make the decision to change on their own. Alcohol addiction and dependency has a complex dynamic that is unlike drug addiction. Since drinking alcohol is socially acceptable, it makes it harder to convince the individual to seek help for their alcohol dependency. Seeking assistance from a professional interventionist for alcohol addiction in Oregon will help control the possible complicated family dynamics surrounding the addiction.
It is always important to seek help from a board certified interventions.
Alcohol dependence is not something to be taken lightly.
Alcohol dependency can be a life-threatening disease if left untreated. Seek help as soon as possible by calling our free Oregon alcohol intervention information helpline. We can help assess the current dependency, intervention needs, and possible treatment needed to ensure a safe and effective treatment plan is in place.
With the different dynamics that often encompasses a family type intervention, keeping the intervention effective will most often include an interventionist. Make sure that the interventionist has references, verifiable referrals, and certifications to ensure that you are dealing with an actual board certified professional interventionist. We have a directory of intervention specialist that offer intervention services that put the family first. Give us a call and we can put you in touch with one of our certified intervention specialist in Oregon today.
What is the average cost of an intervention?
Interventions in Oregon can range in cost from a professional service from about $1000 plus expenses, up to $4,500, plus expenses. Finding an interventionist that is local in your county can save you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in travel expenses. Sometimes there are good intervention specialists in your city that can help lower the costs by saving lodging and airfare fees.
Oregon professional drug addiction interventions helping families reclaim their loved ones.
When looking for a solution for a family member that has found themselves addicted to drugs, most families in Oregon will look for professional intervention help. With the complexity of drug addiction and understanding that drug dependency stems from much deeper issues, the intervention specialists at Addiction No More can help you understand the intervention process in its entirety. Family training for holding a proactive intervention can make the difference between a failed intervention, and a successful intervention in Oregon. Addiction No More Interventions will assist you from start to finish of the intervention process. We will ensure that your loved one is admitted into the best treatment program for their addiction needs and return home to a healthy home setting more positive with a fresh outlook on life.
Addiction No More Oregon intervention services usually include the following steps:
The first step of any intervention is to make the decision that there is enough significant evidence or drug or alcohol dependency to warrant intervening. Once the decision has been made that there is a problem that needs to be addressed you will need to talk to a professional and find out if there is even a need for an intervention. After you have come to the conclusion that there is a need for a family intervention in Oregon deciding on the right interventionist will help the process.
Information gathering is the first thing that a trained interventionist will do. Finding out all the information that the family has on the specifics of the addiction will help formulate a plan and help there be a more positive outcome.
Family Training and Intervention Preparation
A few days prior to the actual intervention is family training and education course. This vital step of any intervention held in Oregon will not only help you understand the addiction process but also give you a sense of how to deal with this disease. During family training, there will be a time when you will have to decide on specific consequences if your loved one refuses the gift of help you are offering to them. Holding the intervention usually takes place in a neutral setting or a place where the addict feels at home. This helps to avoid making them feel uncomfortable. Once the intervention is complete, it is of utmost importance to take the individual directly to the treatment facility of choice to ensure a smooth transition from the intervention to the facility.
To request information about holding an intervention in Oregon call us today for immediate help or you can fill out a request form online. Make sure you give us a good time for you to receive a free consultation and schedule your intervention in Oregon.