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Addiction Treatment Centers in Oklahoma

Our team knows that the most effective methods for convincing someone suffering from addiction to enter a rehab or rehabilitation treatment program is to host an intervention. If you’re worried about somebody in Tulsa, OK in your life, someone who is considerably changed because of a drug or alcohol addiction, then an intervention may be the best place to begin getting them help. Watching them suffer and fight can also be a troubling experience, particularly if you are a loved one. It’s possible you may be asking, “How can I help my friend get sober once more,” and “What’s my part in my friend’s recovery process?” Friends and family members in Tulsa, OK care deeply for the person who is affected by drug abuse, but it may wear them down to have to say ‘no’ all of the time. You can’t be afraid of confrontation, it’s time for you to take action.

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What Is An Intervention?

An intervention is an event that’s highly organized in order to convince someone to go into a therapy program for treatment for their issues with addiction. Family members, loved ones, church members, teachers, or other individuals in Tulsa, OK who are concerned about them join together to meet regarding the effects of their drug dependency, and inspire them to agree to rehab for his or her drug and/or alcohol dependency. Most often they will either not realize there is an issue, or be in denial concerning their problem, and many times they’re simply unwilling to get assistance, but the objective of an intervention is to provide them with a possibility to make a change in their life. A change that could likely save their life.

Call us at 918 779-0011 for information about interventions and how to organize one.



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There are several topics that should be discussed during an intervention, like:

  • Specific examples of hurtful behavior and how it has influenced the addict and their loved ones.
  • The therapy plan along with objectives and instructions that the addict is expected to observe.
  • What every participant will do if the addict won’t enter a rehab center of some kind.

Usually there are four types of interventions: simple, crisis, classical, and family system.

  • Simply’ asking the person in Tulsa, OK to quit their self-destructive habits is a simple intervention; this method should always be attempted before some other, more difficult intervention is tried.
  • In extremely hazardous, risky situations, like reckless driving, violence, or intense substance abuse, it is best to use a crisis intervention.
  • Classical interventions focus on a particular person, the goal being that they agree to rehabilitation due to the intervention.
  • Family system interventions focus on all of the family members, and convincing them to quit their behaviors. Since substance addiction and domestic violence tend to create dysfunctional living environments, everyone involved needs help quitting their behaviors.


There’s a significant difference between an intervention and therapy, but both are imperative to recovery. Our team encourages the addict’s friends, family members, and other people that care about them to put together an intervention with the purpose of convincing them to get help for his or her disease. An intervention is NOT rehab, and is probably not enough to prevent them from using drugs or alcohol. Rehabilitation facilities teach those suffering about the illness of drug and alcohol abuse and give them the skills and techniques they will need to maintain long term recovery.  For the best probability of success, we suggest that someone in Tulsa, OK is encouraged to agree to enter rehab straight away after their intervention.

Our recovery specialists are available 24/7 at 918-779-0011 to help locate rehab facilities, for information regarding drug and/or alcohol dependency, or for advice. Call today!