What’s an intervention?

An intervention for mental health or addiction challenges can be a meeting between the concerned person (or people) and the person who needs help. In a traditional intervention, you might vocalize your concerns about this person’s health in order to encourage them to seek out professional treatment. Interventions also often include a plan of action to keep the person safe and direct them toward a healthier, happier life. Specifically, this plan of action often includes helping the individual transition to a mental health or substance abuse treatment center.

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