Plan an Intervention

Step 1 – Call the NLSR Center – 866.543.3361 – pricing varies depending on each situation.

Call our private and confidential line.

Step 2 – Placement with an interventionist
Upon clinical assessment of the individuals needs, you will be provided with an appropriate interventionist.

Step 3 – Treatment Action
The interventionist will highlight a specific plan that will include all details necessary to facilitate a plan.

Step 4 – Outline a plan of action
Through a series of one-on-one meetings and/or telephone conversations, you will begin to plan and facilitate the information necessary to prepare.

Step 5 – Pre-intervention meeting
An intervention will fly to your location to begin the pre-intervention meeting. This will educate everyone involved about the nature of addiction, and provide a framework of truth. It will help alleviate the questions those involved may have. Treatment options will be discussed at that point. Those people involved will be given assignments to prepare written or verbal loving truth confrontation to share with the addict during the intervention.

Step 6 – Intervention
The intervention itself will be done at a set time pre-arranged to assure the addict’s availability. Everyone included will gather in love to support the treatment options. This is meant to be done in love, and done in a non-threatening, nonjudgmental atmosphere.

Step 7 – Treatment admissions
If the individual accepts help, he or she is immediately escorted to treatment. This treatment admission process will be facilitated immediately by having prepared options beforehand. This eliminates the stress of finding a match. The family will have already begun the admission process.

Step 8 – Post-intervention consultation
At New Life, we work one-on-one with family members through our family program. Most interventionists also offer follow-up services to continue to provide support to the family as they make this transition.

Step 9 – Post-treatment services
In addition to planning an intervention, families must also plan a re-entry. This is vital to the long-term success of the person that received intervention. At New Life, our family program assists in this process and allows a variety of support mechanisms.

Step 10 – Congratulations on taking the first step toward recovery.