An Intervention is a structured, non-threatening, clinical process designed to bring about motivational change in an impaired individual's awareness and behaviors.

We Believe that an Intervention is a Loving & Lifesaving Act

A New Hope Recovery Services provides Interventions for Substance Use Disorders (drugs and alcohol use), Process/Behavioral Addictions (sex addiction, overeating, gambling, etc.) and Mental Health conditions (Bipolar, OCD, etc.).

Our integrative Intervention model utilizes evidence-based motivational techniques combined with a family-systems oriented approach, aimed at creating an opening for the impaired person to accept professional treatment and begin to recover.

Our Four Intervention Step Process

Step One:

Assessment, Planning
and Treatment Placement

Our licensed professionals will collect information on the impaired person in order to formulate a working diagnosis and begin to develop a therapeutic plan for the Intervention and determine potential treatment options. Intervention team will be assembled, and a date, location and time will be chosen for the intervention. 

The Intervention team may consist of identified family members, employers, coworkers, or friends. We strive to address the needs of everyone involved, serving to change the narrative and begin the process of healing and recovery.

Our experienced staff will coordinate all aspects related to treatment for the impaired individual. We will provide referrals for the most clinically and financially appropriate treatment centers and help arrange the admissions process.

Step Two:


Prior to the Intervention the Interventionist will meet with the Intervention team finalize all preparations for the Intervention. During this meeting the Intervention team will receive education and coaching how to best address the impaired individual during the Intervention and while the impaired person is in treatment.  

This meeting is an essential part of the process and can last any where from 1-6 hours.


Step Three:

The Intervention

The Interventionist and the team will  lovingly and respectfully address the impaired individual in a pre-planned and professionally facilitated Intervention.

Prior to the Intervention everything will be prepared and ready for the impaired person to say YES to treatment.


Step Four:

Transport to treatment

Once the Intervention is completed, the Interventionist will transport the impaired individual to the predetermined treatment center and serve as a liaison between the family and the treatment center throughout treatment.

Additional Services

A New Hope Recovery offers additional intervention services including:
  • Registered Nurse assessment and escort to detox or treatment
  • Concierge and customized travel arrangements
  • Additional intervention staff

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