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“I had no direction in my life whatsoever when I came here… Now I want to go back to school to become an addiction therapist, so that I can be part of other people’s recovery and a positive force in their life like the staff at Beaches was for me.”
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Given enough time, addiction will always lead to total devastation for the individual who loses control. Prison, insanity or death are what awaits the person who fails to get help. You can avoid this fate by having an early intervention for your loved one.
As a loved one with a vested interest in your family member’s life, you do have the ability to make a difference. An early intervention could be all it takes to save a life and stop an addiction before it’s too late.
It’s never too early for an intervention if you believe your loved one is using/abusing drugs and/or alcohol. If you notice the signs of addiction, it is time to get professional help. In fact, the sooner you show your concern for altered behavior, the better.
The key to an early intervention is recognition of the signs of addiction. While the signals may vary based on the substance in question, any radical change in a loved one’s behavior should strike a chord and raise concern. Awareness is the key. It’s also important to not be afraid of stepping forward and show concern. Any hesitation on your part will give your loved one more time to get deeper in their cycle of abuse.
Some of the early signs of addiction include the following:
Any combination of these or other sudden changes in your loved one’s life should serve as notice that an intervention may be needed.
When fighting addiction, people will pull away and eliminate access to themselves by family and friends. An early intervention is designed to serve as a wake-up call. The act of you and other friends and family coming together in a united group will help expose the depth of concern among the people who should matter the most.
The key to a good early intervention is staying supportive without being accusatory. Everyone should be focused on sharing their concerns and offering support for whatever issues might be playing a part in the addictive behavior. Without being confrontational, the conversation should be handled in a constructive manner. Handwritten letters and well-planned speeches are wonderful communication tools for expressing these types of concerns.
The end goal of any intervention should be pointing the subject towards treatment. Here at Beaches Recovery in Jacksonville, Florida, our effectiveness with treatment is greatly improved when an early intervention is able to stop an addiction cold in its tracks. Our ability to begin the treatment process while the patient is still in their right mind makes a material difference.
When your loved one enters treatment, we will devise a treatment plan around one of the following methodologies:
In all cases, our efforts will be directed at helping the patient, your loved one, stop their addictive behavior and find the road to a lasting recovery.
If you would like more information about interventions and our treatment programs, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible at 8666050532. Our counselors and clinicians at Beaches Recovery are prepared to help you help your loved one stop the cycle of addiction before it’s too late. The earlier you move forward with an intervention, the earlier we can get started on the treatment process.
Beaches Recovery is closely monitoring COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Beaches Recovery keeps a safe environment and can now screen for Coronavirus (COVID-19) to ensure our community is safe. All intakes are screened for COVID-19 and patients are being supervised by medical staff around the clock.
In conjunction with our existing infection control policies, Beaches Recovery and Tides Edge Recovery are closely monitoring CDC updates on the impact of the coronavirus as they are released. We would like to take the time to inform you of our facility’s preventative measures we have put in place at both of our facilities. Our goal is to keep our patients, their families, and our employees safe. All efforts are guided by and in adherence to the recommendations distributed by the CDC.
1.All staff has received infection control and prevention training.
2. Thorough disinfection and hygiene guidelines have been provided.
3. Patient care supplies such as disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizers are being monitored and utilized. Hand-outs have been provided detailing general principles such as hand washing, covering your nose and mouth when coughing, and refraining from touching your eyes and/or face.
4. Screening protocols have been enhanced such as a review of travel history, and current health status in an effort to reduce those with flu like symptoms from admitting to our facilities.
5. Visitation policies will continue to be reviewed at least twice a week.
6. We are in communication with our local health department to receive important community-specific updates.
In summary, the safety of our patients, their families, and our employees is our top priority, and we will remain steadfast in our efforts to reduce any risk associated with COVID-19 and keep everyone save and healthy.