It’s hard to watch a family member struggling and feel powerless to help them in their struggle. You know your loved one is in trouble, but they refuse to see it. They have damaged their professional, personal or family life; perhaps they have been arrested or experienced medical issues because of their addiction or disorder, and still will not accept that they need help.

The Intervention Group provides comprehensive intervention services to facilitate the person’s entry into a quality treatment program.  We do structured interventions, bringing together a small group of caring individuals who want to make a positive difference in the life of someone they care about.  We lead you through a step by step process, designed to influence the addict’s decision to seek help.

It’s important to note that intervention should be thought of as a process and the actual “intervention” is just one part of this process. Dr. Moore works to understand your situation and educate the family about how they can contribute to a positive change in the addict’s life during the intervention and beyond.

Furthermore, the addict’s entry into treatment is not an end, but rather a beginning.  Choosing The Intervention Group means that we join your family in continued support of your loved one’s recovery. Our relationship includes ongoing telephone consultation – to monitor progress, answer questions, identify needed resources, or address concerns.  Not just at the intervention or during the formal treatment, but indefinitely.

It’s hard to watch a family member struggling and feel powerless to help them in their struggle. You know your loved one is in trouble, but they refuse to see it. They have damaged their professional, personal or family life; perhaps they have been arrested or experienced medical issues because of their addiction or disorder, and still will not accept that they need help.

The Intervention Group provides comprehensive intervention services to facilitate the person’s entry into a quality treatment program.  We do structured interventions, bringing together a small group of caring individuals who want to make a positive difference in the life of someone they care about.  We lead you through a step by step process, designed to influence the addict’s decision to seek help.

It’s important to note that intervention should be thought of as a process and the actual “intervention” is just one part of this process. Dr. Moore works to understand your situation and educate the family about how they can contribute to a positive change in the addict’s life during the intervention and beyond.

Furthermore, the addict’s entry into treatment is not an end, but rather a beginning.  Choosing The Intervention Group means that we join your family in continued support of your loved one’s recovery. Our relationship includes ongoing telephone consultation – to monitor progress, answer questions, identify needed resources, or address concerns.  Not just at the intervention or during the formal treatment, but indefinitely.

It’s hard to watch a family member struggling and feel powerless to help them in their struggle. You know your loved one is in trouble, but they refuse to see it. They have damaged their professional, personal or family life; perhaps they have been arrested or experienced medical issues because of their addiction or disorder, and still will not accept that they need help.

The Intervention Group provides comprehensive intervention services to facilitate the person’s entry into a quality treatment program.  We do structured interventions, bringing together a small group of caring individuals who want to make a positive difference in the life of someone they care about.  We lead you through a step by step process, designed to influence the addict’s decision to seek help.

It’s important to note that intervention should be thought of as a process and the actual “intervention” is just one part of this process. Dr. Moore works to understand your situation and educate the family about how they can contribute to a positive change in the addict’s life during the intervention and beyond.

Furthermore, the addict’s entry into treatment is not an end, but rather a beginning.  Choosing The Intervention Group means that we join your family in continued support of your loved one’s recovery. Our relationship includes ongoing telephone consultation – to monitor progress, answer questions, identify needed resources, or address concerns.  Not just at the intervention or during the formal treatment, but indefinitely.

The Intervention Process


The Intervention Process


The Intervention Process


1.) Initial Contact


The first step is to go through an initial phone call in which we will assess your situation and determine if intervention is appropriate. We will work to understand your situation, answer your questions, and go over your options for moving forward. The initial contact is free – even if intervention isn’t right for your family, we will always offer information on how to best help your loved one.

Get Advice Today: 770-590-4441 |


1.) Initial Contact


The first step is to go through an initial phone call in which we will assess your situation and determine if intervention is appropriate. We will work to understand your situation, answer your questions, and go over your options for moving forward. The initial contact is free – even if intervention isn’t right for your family, we will always offer information on how to best help your loved one.

Get Advice Today: 770-590-4441 |


1.) Initial Contact


The first step is to go through an initial phone call in which we will assess your situation and determine if intervention is appropriate. We will work to understand your situation, answer your questions, and go over your options for moving forward. The initial contact is free – even if intervention isn’t right for your family, we will always offer information on how to best help your loved one.

Get Advice Today: 770-590-4441 |


2.) Planning and Preperation


Moving forward, you will be guided through the selection of an appropriate treatment program and the selection of participants for the intervention team. Prior to the intervention, the team will be taken through a thorough preparation process, ensuring maximum effectiveness for a positive outcome.


2.) Planning and Preperation


Moving forward, you will be guided through the selection of an appropriate treatment program and the selection of participants for the intervention team. Prior to the intervention, the team will be taken through a thorough preparation process, ensuring maximum effectiveness for a positive outcome.


2.) Planning and Preperation


Moving forward, you will be guided through the selection of an appropriate treatment program and the selection of participants for the intervention team. Prior to the intervention, the team will be taken through a thorough preparation process, ensuring maximum effectiveness for a positive outcome.


3.) Intervention


Dr. Moore will lead the actual intervention aimed at securing your loved one’s decision to enter treatment. Your loved one will then be accompanied to the selected program for a seamless beginning to a better life.


3.) Intervention


Dr. Moore will lead the actual intervention aimed at securing your loved one’s decision to enter treatment. Your loved one will then be accompanied to the selected program for a seamless beginning to a better life.


3.) Intervention


Dr. Moore will lead the actual intervention aimed at securing your loved one’s decision to enter treatment. Your loved one will then be accompanied to the selected program for a seamless beginning to a better life.


4.) Ongoing Support


After the formal intervention, families have ongoing access to the interventionist for consultation regarding issues during the addict’s treatment, discharge from treatment, follow up care, and any questions that arise. More intensive monitoring services to support the addict’s continued recovery are also available.


4.) Ongoing Support


After the formal intervention, families have ongoing access to the interventionist for consultation regarding issues during the addict’s treatment, discharge from treatment, follow up care, and any questions that arise. More intensive monitoring services to support the addict’s continued recovery are also available.


4.) Ongoing Support


After the formal intervention, families have ongoing access to the interventionist for consultation regarding issues during the addict’s treatment, discharge from treatment, follow up care, and any questions that arise. More intensive monitoring services to support the addict’s continued recovery are also available.