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An assessment is an interview with a trained counselor, and we offer this service to adolescents and adults.
During the interview our skilled counselor, along with one or more standardized evaluation tools will determine:
Because we are not a treatment provider we are not wedded to any particular form of treatment. We can give you an objective, professional evaluation and, if necessary, a number of referral options. Our counselor’s recommendations will be matched to your resources, needs and circumstances.
An intervention gives your loved one an opportunity to make changes before things get any worse. Sometimes a direct, heart-to-heart conversation can start the road to recovery.
What is an intervention?
An intervention is a carefully planned process involving family and friends or others who care about a person struggling with addiction. During the intervention, these people gather together to confront the person about the consequences of addiction and ask him or her to accept treatment. An intervention:
Should you consult NCADA for an intervention?
You should seek professional help if your loved one: