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What is an Intervention? An intervention is an unconditionally loving, non-judgmental, and factual confrontation directed by a professional interventionist in which friends and relatives perform a great act of love! An intervention is a lifesaving mission whereby loving family member and concerned friends or employers are educated about addictions and mental health, led by a trained addiction and/or mental health professional and certified intervention professional. For More information on Intervention services:  

Steps moving forward:

1. Making a decision to have a professional intervention/ signing the contract.
2. Setting a time to meet the intervention group to prepare for the intervention.
3. Setting a second meeting to plan the pre intervention process.
4. Facilitating the intervention meeting, directed by a professional

Intervention Process: 

  • assessment of referrals, using evidence-based treatments
  • directed by a certified intervention professional
  • preparation intervention meeting
  • intervention team includes family and friends
  • Intervention is a great act of unconditional love
  • certified interventionist will education intervention group
  • topics include cycle of addiction and mental health-related information

CanAm Interventions, let us tell you about other Professional Services:

Individual or Family Consultation

Family consulting usually originates from a telephone call from a family member concerned about their loved one’s addictions to drugs and/or alcohol, mental health or trauma and /or self-destructive behaviors. Working in the addiction and mental health field for over 25 years, it is very clear, families are wounded by their loved ones addictions and  held emotionally hostage.

It’s important building a common ground with family members and loved ones, by facilitating hard conversations in a meaningful way. In some cases, families will only require minimal involvement, and there will be more of a focus on the untreated client.


Family Case Management

Case Management Services provides community recovery resources for clients and their families struggling with cycle of addictions, mental health or complex trauma.The importance of case management is providing accountability for persons with untreated addiction and/or mental health. Supporting clients with a treatment plan and steps to move forward with recovery plan, meeting their needs by managing and focusing on building healthy collaboration between families and their loved ones.



Alcohol Interventions / Drug Interventions

A alcohol intervention describes the situation where an individual having a drinking problem is treated, using professional intervention techniques.


A drug intervention is an life saving effort to help individuals with drug addiction, using professional intervention techniques.



Sober Coaching Support

Sober Companionship provides trained sober companionship with 24/7 support as needed




Recovery Companionship

Intervention Canada offers recovery companionship gender-specific to help individuals needing extra one on one support either in the early stages of getting help for their addictions or mental health issues or after completing inpatient or outpatient treatment. Our services provide 24/7 companionship support services with comprehensive and personalized treatment plans.

Intervention Canada is a big advocate of building healthy recovery relationships, supporting our clients with life skills and recovery skills, screening for drugs and alcohol, supporting with medication management, education or employment goals, and  equip with skills, to meet all challenges that comes in early recovery.


Treatment Placement

Treatment Consultation, provides treatment placements for Addiction and Mental Health Referral Services.

Interventions Canada has help hundreds of persons placing them into treatment programs throughout United States and Canada for over 25 years.

Meeting with the patient or families, facilitating an assessment of referral. Supporting families and clients needs by researching best treatment modalities, using evidence-based treatments. Arranging support transportation, checking medical benefits and acting as an advocate for families and clients by following up with treatment program clinicians. This process can start with a telephone call from a concerned family member, individual requesting support or a referrals from another professional.