Interventions - USA Addictions


We want to increase the chances of Longer Lasting Sobriety as much as we can by providing an addiction treatment that is suited for your loved ones’ individual needs and working towards the family healing.

We Know What Works

USA Addiction specializes in providing intervention treatment for addictions such as:

Alcohol Interventions

It’s okay to drink occasionally, but too much heavy drinking should not be taken lightly.

Cocaine Interventions

An estimated 1.5 million people over the age of 12 abuse cocaine each month in the United States.

Gambling Interventions

Gambling does not lead to a physical dependence like opioid drugs or alcohol.  It can destroy relationships, jobs, finances, and dreams.

Heroin Interventions

In 2016, nearly 948,000 people in the United States (12-years and older) reported using heroin in the past year.

Marijuana Interventions

In 2019, daily marijuana use exceeds cigarette use among 8th, 10th and 12th graders

Coming Soon

We are trying to add our USA Addiction new services as soon as possible.

We Know What Works

The biggest question we ask families is once a loved one has agreed to go into treatment is what are you going to do when they get back home after treatment?

“Then What?”

This is the hardest question to answer for most families since there is always a possibility of a relapse. Once an addict goes into treatment, the family often assumes they can take a BIG sigh of relief after the intervention and usually goes back to their own daily routines and live their life. They don’t realize that recovery is an ongoing process.  Part of that process is the willingness to make adjustments as a family in order to prevent their loved ones from experiencing relapse… Even if it means changing their daily habits respectively with no other option and not going back to their old routines.


USA Addiction takes great pride in our success rates and how we visit the family on Team Day (the first day of a two-day process).  Our Intervention specialist educates family and friends on addiction, puts together a proactive plan that works for the family and makes sure this is a united team on the same page.  These specialists will explain everything.  Team day is usually the longest day of the addiction intervention because there is so much to cover and go over.  We are serious about Long Lasting Sobriety.   We strive to give the family all the information they need, to help the addict continue recovery even after they come home.

Things that we go over

  • Who needs to be at the intervention, what roles are the family members currently playing, and what will their roles be after the intervention is over.
  • How to get everyone on the same page and understand what will happen.
  • Understanding that addiction and recovery are ongoing processes.
  • Explain how the intervention works, where it will be, and why.
  • Setting expectations on what happens when the intervention is over, and when the loved one says yes.
  • Setting expectations on what happens if our loved one first says yes, then no, and wants to leave treatment.
  • Setting expectations on where does our loved one go after treatment.
  • Bottom Lines:  What do we do now?
  • What should the family do after treatment?
  • Assisting the family with recovery sources so they can get help for themselves.