Drug Intervention can break the downward spiral that is the main characteristic of drug and substance abuse.
The progressive nature of addiction is often incomprehensible to users and loved ones alike. For most of us, it seems strange that an addict’s drug abuse is beyond voluntary control. Yet the progressive loss of control over substance use, whereby chemically dependent people not only continue but also amplify their use despite increasingly devastating consequences, is a central feature of drug abuse and addictive disorders.
Following incomprehensible personal deterioration and unnecessary torment, so many good people have humbly admitted: 'I came to recognize that alone, I was powerless over alcohol and my life had become unmanageable' (Alcoholics Anonymous, 1976).
Drug Intervention can help the drug addict find the help that is so desperately needed to stop their drug abuse.