Intervention Services

At Archway Recovery, we believe in the power of change and the strength of compassion. Our founder, Adam Ghoshi, is a Certified Interventionist and leads this effort for all our clients. Adam has a deep rooted understanding of how to lead interventions for the best outcome.

We provide a structured and effective approach to helping individuals find their path to recovery.

What is an intervention?

An intervention is a carefully planned and empathetic process where family members, friends, and a trained interventionist (in our case, Adam) come together to encourage an individual struggling with addiction to seek the treatment they need. In this gathering, all members will convey their love, concern and hope to the individual in hopes for an action paving the way for sobriety.

This unified effort encourages the person to seek the help they need for recovery. The interventionist plays a crucial role in facilitating this process, ensuring it is well-structured and effective.

How do I know if an intervention is right for me?

Interventions are appropriate for individuals whose addiction has led to a point of crisis, and they are unable to recognize the need for treatment themselves. Signs that an intervention may be necessary include:

  • A continued pattern of denial or refusal to seek help despite worsening circumstances.
  • A deterioration in physical health, mental well-being, and relationships due to addiction.
  • A history of unsuccessful attempts to encourage the individual to enter treatment.
  • Concern from family, friends, or professionals about the individual’s well-being and their inability to seek help.

If you or your loved one is struggling with addiction and the situation is reaching a critical point, it may be time to consider an intervention. Archway Recovery can provide guidance, support, and structure to help you or your loved one take the first step towards recovery.