If the time has arrived for your family to hold an intervention, it’s probably a decision that has been a long time in the making. You’ve struggled with it and you know it’s the only way to move forward in helping your kid. But you might still have some questions. For instance, should you already have a Georgia rehabilitation facility picked out?
The decision to hold an intervention is never an easy one. At this point, however, you might feel more hopeful than you have in a long time. You sense that your loved one’s recovery is finally in motion. You want to make sure that your next actions continue the momentum you have started. An intervention is your opening move in your campaign to rescue your child and your family.
Why It’s Important to Have a Rehabilitation Facility Lined Up
Intervention has several specific goals. In most cases, these include the following:
- To convince your child who’s struggling with addiction to enter a residential treatment facility.
- To ensure that your child will be cared for with knowledge and compassion.
- To reassure your family members that this is the right choice.
- To let your child know that you fully support their recovery.
The best way to achieve these goals is to have an addiction treatment center ready to admit your child. Having done your research and made your selection, you have a ready answer when your child asks, “Where am I going?” At this point, you will have an answer. You will also be able to reassure your child and the rest of your family that:
- the treatment center has the capacity and the ability to take your child in;
- the rehab facility is one where your child will be safe;
- your family can rest assured that your child will be receiving the best care possible;
- the treatment facility’s philosophy aligns with your wish to support your child’s recovery.
What to Look for in an Addiction Treatment Center
Inpatient rehabilitation has been proven to be the most effective first step in recovering from addiction. By having a rehab center picked out, you’ll know ahead of time what type of center it is and whether it provides the level of care that will help your child gain sobriety and gain a new life.
Look for a facility that offers these important elements of a rehabilitation program. You’ll be able to answer any questions that your child or your family members might have about the program you’ve chosen.
- Medically supervised detox, so that your child does not have to go through a painful and difficult withdrawal
- Group therapy and a supportive atmosphere
- One-on-one, personal counseling
- Help with goal-setting and planning for the future
- Proper nutrition, because many children with addictions are also malnourished
- Specialization in treating dual-diagnosis addictions
- A safe, secure place for your child to recover and find peace
Knowing that they’ll be in a supportive atmosphere, without the fear of a painful detox and in a facility geared toward their recovery, your child can be reassured that you’ve made a caring and compassionate choice.
Prepare for a New Life After Intervention
You’ve held the intervention and now your child has entered the rehab facility that you’ve chosen. At this point, you may be wondering what happens next.
Knowing that your child is safe in a recovery facility will take a weight off your mind. Your family also needs to heal. Addiction affects everyone in the family and distracts you from your own life. You are probably carrying a burden of guilt, fear and sadness. Letting go and letting a rehab center take over can help ease those burdens.
We Can Help Your Child and Your Family
We offer a safe, supportive environment where your child can focus on his or her recovery, away from outside pressures and temptations. Our program was designed by a team of doctors, psychologists and addiction counselors. We treat every aspect of addiction and we can help your child find success just as we have helped thousands of others.
If you’ve made the decision to have an intervention, take the next logical step by lining up an inpatient treatment facility for your child. If you’d like to know more about what we offer and how we can help, call us anytime at 770-299-1677. Our counselors are available 24-7 to answer your questions.