Alcohol is the world’s drug of choice – no other substance of abuse is consumed as much by as many people, making the alcohol intervention one of the most common interventions. Alcoholism affects approximately ten percent of the population and it is believed that each person with a significant alcohol problem affects an average of four others in his/her life. This amounts to almost one out of every two people in the United States having an up close and/or personal knowledge of alcohol’s negative consequences and potentially life altering damage.

One of the most frequent obstacles to getting help is the notion of the “functional alcoholic.” The myth that an alcoholic is a person who no longer functions is harmful. It delays efforts help. Can you imagine telling a cancer patient that they don’t need care until they are unable to eat or walk? Alcoholism is a progressive disease and we should not wait to offer help until the person loses their job, their marriage or family, or gets arrested.

The Intervention Group is ready to assist you by assessing the problem, developing an appropriate, effective alcohol intervention plan, and putting the plan in motion – leading you and the alcoholic you care about to better health and happiness.

It is a commonly quoted statistic that of all the people with an alcohol problem, only one out of ten gets treatment. Using a Center for Disease Control study as reference, a person dies every 7 minutes from an alcohol related cause. Now is the time to act – waiting for the alcoholic to want help just leaves them to suffer unnecessary damage and delay the recovery that is possible.

Alcohol is the world’s drug of choice – no other substance of abuse is consumed as much by as many people, making the alcohol intervention one of the most common interventions. Alcoholism affects approximately ten percent of the population and it is believed that each person with a significant alcohol problem affects an average of four others in his/her life. This amounts to almost one out of every two people in the United States having an up close and/or personal knowledge of alcohol’s negative consequences and potentially life altering damage.

One of the most frequent obstacles to getting help is the notion of the “functional alcoholic.” The myth that an alcoholic is a person who no longer functions is harmful. It delays efforts help. Can you imagine telling a cancer patient that they don’t need care until they are unable to eat or walk? Alcoholism is a progressive disease and we should not wait to offer help until the person loses their job, their marriage or family, or gets arrested.

The Intervention Group is ready to assist you by assessing the problem, developing an appropriate, effective alcohol intervention plan, and putting the plan in motion – leading you and the alcoholic you care about to better health and happiness.

It is a commonly quoted statistic that of all the people with an alcohol problem, only one out of ten gets treatment. Using a Center for Disease Control study as reference, a person dies every 7 minutes from an alcohol related cause. Now is the time to act – waiting for the alcoholic to want help just leaves them to suffer unnecessary damage and delay the recovery that is possible.

Alcohol is the world’s drug of choice – no other substance of abuse is consumed as much by as many people, making the alcohol intervention one of the most common interventions. Alcoholism affects approximately ten percent of the population and it is believed that each person with a significant alcohol problem affects an average of four others in his/her life. This amounts to almost one out of every two people in the United States having an up close and/or personal knowledge of alcohol’s negative consequences and potentially life altering damage.

One of the most frequent obstacles to getting help is the notion of the “functional alcoholic.” The myth that an alcoholic is a person who no longer functions is harmful. It delays efforts help. Can you imagine telling a cancer patient that they don’t need care until they are unable to eat or walk? Alcoholism is a progressive disease and we should not wait to offer help until the person loses their job, their marriage or family, or gets arrested.

The Intervention Group is ready to assist you by assessing the problem, developing an appropriate, effective alcohol intervention plan, and putting the plan in motion – leading you and the alcoholic you care about to better health and happiness.

It is a commonly quoted statistic that of all the people with an alcohol problem, only one out of ten gets treatment. Using a Center for Disease Control study as reference, a person dies every 7 minutes from an alcohol related cause. Now is the time to act – waiting for the alcoholic to want help just leaves them to suffer unnecessary damage and delay the recovery that is possible.