From time to time I will get a call to do an Intervention that is only with a single family member. In other words, the Alcoholic/Addict only has one person who is trying to help them. This may be because they don’t have anyone left that wants to be involved. Perhaps they have burned all […]
I was invited to Roanoke by the sister of an addict with the hopes of making some headway on the recovery side.
An intervention is designed to link a family to an addict just long enough for the addict to make the right decision to save themselves.
The most challenging part of an intervention is saying goodbye to the soon to be recovering alcoholic at the treatment center.
For the Cain family, it was all about Vanessa. There had been turbulence in her life, and her family’s life, for her entire existence. At first, the turbulence had nothing to do with her. It wasn’t her fault.