Heather Hayes Helps a Family in Need of Heroin Intervention on Dr. Oz Show
Interventionist Heather Hayes appears on the Dr. Oz Show to help one family discover their options to help their daughter finally become free of her heroin addiction.
About Heroin Abuse
A staggering statistic; opioid overdose kills approximately 78 people each day in the United States. In fact, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 33,000 died of opioid overdoses in 2015, which was a record high. If you have a loved one suffering from addiction, a heroin intervention can begin a life-changing process.
What is a heroin intervention?
When loved ones attempt to get help for someone who is resistant to seeking treatment for addiction through a formal, structured meeting led by a qualified professional, it is known as an intervention.
Today’s heroin interventions focus not only on the person who needs help, but also on their support system as they also play an important role in any treatment’s success. And while interventions can either be by surprise or invitation, the invitational model is preferred in order to keep the process as loving and respectful as possible to promote healing and long-term change.
Is it time for an intervention?
If your loved one is addicted to heroin and refuses to discuss it and/or refuses help, it is time to contact an experienced, educated and skilled interventionist with unyielding ethical compassion.
Our Approach to Heroin Intervention
Our work is grounded in a Trauma Informed Intervention Protocol, an approach to heroin interventions that has been proven to result in better long-term recovery and healing. We create an intervention that is as unique as your loved one and offer the expertise and guidance of our master’s level clinical team, tools and structure to support the recovery journey.