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The number of individuals suffering from addiction and mental health issues has continued to rise in Canada and the effects of chemical dependency have not only affected individuals that are addicted, but it also has a large effect on families.

Message from CEO Patricia Pike Updates and News dealing with CVOID-19

Addiction is a disease too. An estimate 69,029 people died from drug overdoses in 2019.
One million people died from alcohol-related causes between 1999 and 2017

At Interventions Canada, we fully believe that families need someone to simply be there for them to direct the process of healing. It is important for families to feel cared for and supported by someone passionate to help their loved ones.
A professional intervention is a lifesaving mission whereby loving family members and concerned friends or employers are educated about addictions and mental health diagnoses, led by a trained certified intervention professional to help a loved one with an opportunity for recovery.
Are you being held hostage by an untreated person's addictions and/or behaviors? Do you feel like your family or friends are also being held, hostage? Are you lying to your partner, children, friends or others about your loved one's addiction and/or behaviors? Do you feel abused daily by your loved one's addictions and/or behaviors? Have you tried to solve the problems in your life on your own and realized you need help from someone else?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you have made the right choice by being here. And I know this is hard. You've likely been debating seeking help for months, if not years. But I'm so glad you found me and have taken the courageous step of being here.

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Interventions Canada  updates dealing Best Practices for CVOID-19


An estimate 69,029 people died from drug overdoses in 2019 and one million people died from alcohol-related causes between 1999 and 2017.

Interventions Canada responsibility during this time is to adhere to the CDC Coronavirus guidelines (Center for Disease Control) taking extra precautions to keep our team safe and meeting the needs of our clients following the quarantine guidelines.
At Interventions Canada, we've had to become creative in continuing with our professional interventions, case management, and treatment placement services. Meeting the needs of our clients suffering from addictions or mental health, supporting families by using virtual sessions, telephone conference calls, and creating safety precautions for in-person interventions following CDC protocols.
In these times adapting is the key and utilizing the virtual world of video conferencing and telephone calls to stay connected to family, friends, and work. It's also a time to lift each other with courage, strength, love, acceptance, and most of all--to be grateful for each other and be there for one another.

Strengthening Recovery Solutions

At Interventions Canada, we are very familiar with untreated addictions, mental health diagnoses, and complex trauma. We work to help equip our clients with the necessary tools to help overcome the challenges of being held hostage by their loved one's addictions. Addiction is a treatable disease.

Research in the science of addiction and the treatment of substance use disorders has led to the development of evidence-based interventions that help people stop abusing drugs and resume productive lives.

Whether you're struggling with addictions, mental health, or need family support services. Patricia Pike CEO of Interventions Canada has over 25 years of professional experience to help you, to overcome these challenges and get back to living a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

We understand there are no two individuals are the same. At Interventions Canada, we tailor intervention cases and other professional services, to meet the needs of our clients. We will work together with you, to understand your struggles and address those issues, using many professional approaches that best meet your needs.

At Interventions Canada, we specialize in working with complex addiction and/or mental health cases. We are very familiar with all the complexities that come along with untreated addictions such as; hospital interventions, court interventions, medical or mental health interventions, complex trauma cases and other challenges related to addictions.


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Patricia Pike CEO of Interventions Canada was born in Newfoundland, Canada until 18 years of age and moved to Vancouver B.C. with her family. Ms. Pike's passion to help others came from both of her parents, she believes strongly speaking from the heart to the heart of others is how to connect with others.
Patricia M. Pike Certified Interventionist & Addiction Specialist, (LAADC, CADC II, ICADC & CIP ) is a trained expert with over 25 years of professional experience working with persons from all walks of life and 28 years, on her journey in recovery. She draws from her years of professional experience, personal experiences with addiction and recovery along with a higher educational background. Patricia believes she does not end up in families or people's lives by mistake. Addictions are a global crisis and it has never been more important to have highly effective and ethical approaches for interventions from a certified and credentialed interventionists. Patricia has an extraordinary success rate for helping those in need of getting into treatment to access recovery, as well as helping to facilitate the healing process for the identified addict's families, friends, employers to start to find solutions with the myriad complications and difficulties associated with addiction.
Ms. Pike holds a Master's accredited certification in addiction studies and has conducted many successful interventions internationally, she has helped hundreds of persons struggling from alcohol and drugs addictions and those suffering from associated disorders and mental health conditions.
Her educational background includes; Licensed Advanced Alcohol Drug Counselor (LAADAC), Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC II), long-standing member of the Canadian Addiction Counselors Certification Federation, Internationally Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor through the IC&RC (I.C.A.D.C), Board Certified Intervention Professional (CIP/PCB) through the Pennsylvania Certification Board and AID-Adult Instructor Diploma from the Simon Fraser Extended Program.

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), In 2015, more than 33,000 Americans died as a result of an opioid overdose, including prescription opioids, heroin, and illicitly manufactured fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid. Reference from NIH.

Interventions Canada adhere to the standards of private practices, practicing confidentiality and the code of ethics & laws.

One of Patricia's favorite quotes from Jimmy K .

"But it’s going to take all of me, and it’s going to take all of you, and all the people that you are going to talk to, and all the people you are going to carry the message to, to make this a greater reality. There are people out there dying of our disease. There are people all over this world dying of our disease and, believe it or not, we are truly the only people who can really help them. Let’s never forget that. You and I have been given, through illness through suffering and through disease, a talent for helping other human beings like ourselves. Let’s never forget that we have it and are responsible for others."

All of me.....all of you..if we are going to make this a greater reality. Contrary to popular belief we ain't there yet, its still is going to take all of us to show up.