Drug Intervention Services In Port Orange, FL

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Our Drug Intervention Services are designed to help individuals struggling with substance abuse recognize their need for help and guide them toward recovery. Our compassionate team provides personalized interventions that encourage positive change. Our headquarters is located in Port Orange, FL and we offer assistance to people all over the country.

At Lemoine Interventions, our motto “Heart 2 Heart” was created as a way to express the importance of Interventions as an unconditional, loving, non-judgmental, and caring approach, directed by a professional Interventionist in which friends and relatives can perform a great act of love!

Lemoine Interventions provides an action plan that is lifesaving with a mission to support loving family members and concerned friends, and/or employers that are educated about the cycle of addiction and mental health in a family system led by a trained Interventionist for the purpose of helping your loved ones and providing them with an opportunity for recovery.

  1. Directed by a trained interventionist
  2. Confrontation from family and friends
  3. Great act of unconditional love
  4. Addiction education & mental health and related topics

Key Services

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Intervention Planning

We carefully plan and execute interventions to encourage individuals to seek treatment.

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Family Support

We involve family members in the intervention process, emphasizing empathy and understanding.

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Professional Guidance

Our experienced interventionists lead the process, ensuring a supportive and effective approach.

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Addiction Education

We provide information about addiction, treatment options, and recovery pathways.

Frequently Asked Questions

Man with addiction sharing mental health issues with group at aa meeting
What is a drug intervention?
An intervention is a structured process where loved ones encourage someone with substance abuse or drug addiction issues to seek help.
How can I plan an intervention for my family member?

We offer personalized guidance and support to help you plan a successful intervention.

What if my loved one refuses help during the intervention?
Our interventionists are skilled at handling resistance and finding solutions.
What role does family play in the intervention process?
Family involvement is crucial; we emphasize empathy and understanding.

What is the goal of intervention?
Lemoine Intervention’s goal is to break the cycle of addiction, the destructive patterns of delusion and denial by educating untreated persons, convincing the loved one that there is a problem, and clearly establishing that recovery is possible. Interventions are not just for the addicted person – It is for the entire family system.

  1. Break down the cycle of denial for the untreated person and the family
  2. Educate the untreated person on recovery and treatment in a way that he/she will understand

What is the objective of an intervention?
Lemoine Intervention’s objective is to educate and facilitate change within the structure of the family environment in order to promote recovery. If the client does not agree and accept treatment, the family has gained valuable recovery resources from the intervention process in order to continue on with the recovery process.

  1. Educate the family system and promote recovery
  2. Build on coping skills and create personal recovery resources within the family system

Defining Interventions?
Lemoine Interventions defines and identifies the type of intervention, including:

  1. Substance Abuse Interventions
  2. Alcohol Interventions
  3. Sex addiction Interventions
  4. Eating disorders Interventions
  5. Mental health Interventions
  6. Behavioral addictions Interventions
  7. Video games Interventions
  8. Gambling addiction Interventions
  9. Relationship dependencies Interventions

Intervention is an Act of Empathy Rather than Sympathy

When family members stop reacting by not engaging and debating with the Intervened client, the process of recovery and healing happens for the family unit. An Intervention becomes a way of communicating and collaborating with a goal of treating the patient and family with dignity and respect.

  1. Not reacting, engaging and debating with the IP
  2. Understanding the importance of being empathic rather than feeling sorry for the IP

Whats the success rate?

According to established research, Interventions work 85% of the time. The 15% who do not seek treatment at the intervention meeting are more likely to accept treatment within two weeks, as long as the family members are willing to follow through on the set limitations and continue to gain recovery support for the whole family unit. Interventions are a successful process that helps the whole family and friends understand the cycle of addiction and helps to create recovery resources.

  1. 85% success rate of IP’s who accept treatment
  2. 15% of IP’s access treatment within two weeks of an intervention
  3. Boundary and limitations
  4. Practical recovery resources
  5. Family unification