Drug Opioid and Alcohol Interventions Are Successful in Alberta and British Columbia : Options Okanagan Treatment Center



Drug opioid and alcohol interventions are successful in Alberta and British Columbia — Drug Rehabs in Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer and other parts of Alberta by Options Okanagan Treatment Center in Kelowna, British Columbia treating heroin, fentanyl, opiate, drug addiction and recovery.

Drug Opioid and Alcohol Interventions in BC and Alberta

Options Okanagan has been able to do many interventions, and more than 97% of them have resulted in the troubled individual starting a drug treatment program. There is a false belief out there that has fooled many people, and this is the one where you allow your loved on to “hit rock bottom”. There are times when you let a loved one hit bottom, the bottom turns out to be an institution, jail, or even in some instances death. What we can do is create an artificial bottom, which can be defined as the moment of temporary clarity and understanding, and this is by means of an intervention. An intervention will go a long way in creating a ‘bottom’ for your loved one so that they do not have to hit bottom on their own.

Options Okanagan Treatment and Intervention services will always work with you so as to ensure a compassionate, non-judgmental, and caring intervention.

Intervention, Opiates, Heroin addiction and Fentanyl abuse and addiction in Calgary, Alberta

We as Options Okanagan do care because we have been through this before…

There is a point at which every addicted individual starts to understand, even if for a short period of time, that the cost of their drug or alcohol use is far more damaging than the benefits. But here lies the problem; because of psychological blindness or making excuses for their addiction, and also the inability to think clearly on the cost of drug abuse, the individual addicted is not able to evaluate the damage of their addiction accurately. They are instead fooled by the euphoric feelings of their past usage, and they will look for ways to continue the false reward and relief from the drug. Misplaced compassion can sometimes cause us to protect the addict from the consequences of their addiction. When this is done over and over again, it is referred to as enabling that individual.

The Importance of an Intervention

The main effect of an intervention is being able to create and present the “crisis” in the life of the addict to a place where he/she sees the only option in sight is treatment. If the addict decides not to engage, then there are some significant consequences that will follow. Generally, the participants withdraw the support until when they ask for help. This is not a way to punish them, but just an attempt at protecting them from the behavior that they engage in regularly. The family has no power to control the substance abuse, but they can control how they respond to it.

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The Basis of an Intervention for Alberta and BC Residents

A good way to see this is like an individual having a disease that causes a lot of damage in their life, and “denial” is the part preventing an individual from seeing the real damage. The individual will not seek help on their own, but the people surrounding that individual can easily change the environment by getting rid of the enabling system and making them more likely to look for help.

The sense of love and concern on the part of the people involved in the intervention can be one of the most important factors when it comes to influencing them to seek help. Anger and punitive measures don’t work when it comes to issues dealing with intervention because they will most likely cause the person to increase their defense, and makes it harder for them to get help. The consequences resulting from failing to get treatment should not be designed in such a way that it punishes the addict. Instead, they should be designed to offer protection to their health and well-being.

Many of the individuals that do need help are usually in a great state of denial and will require going through an intensive treatment like a residential drug treatment program or an outpatient program that is intensive. Intervention is important even if the person doesn’t go for treatment. There are many goals from just having them start the treatment, it can help in planting a seed for future considerations and also gives the loved ones a chance to detach from the addict’s behavior because they have tried in engaging with the appropriate help.

A drug or alcohol intervention should not be confused with confrontation because it is an expression of a real worry by loved ones to an individual who has a chronic addiction condition. You can take the first step to help a loved one by contacting Options Okanagan Treatment and Intervention at 1-855-335-0331.

Options Okanagan Drug And Alcohol Treatment Centers in Kelowna, Salmon Arm and Vancouver, British Columbia – Men and Women are recovering and healing from Alcohol and Drug Abuse at our treatment center here in the Okanagan right now.

Interventions and Individuals Living with Heroin Addiction in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta

Our unique and distinctive drug treatment program allows men and women to come in from Calgary as well as Edmonton as we offer airport pickup.

Numerous clients come to us from Calgary and Edmonton and other locations in Alberta and even other provinces for Opiate addiction treatment, meth drug treatment, many other drug and alcohol addictions for rehabilitation because of the uniqueness of our treatment center.

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Options Okanagan Heroin Treatment Center
206 – 478 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, British Columbia, V1Y 6N7
Toll Free Phone Number : 1-855-335-0331