Population Data, Evansville, Indiana

There are currently 121,582 people living in Evansville, Indiana.

As of 2000, there are 8,417 married couples in Evansville.

There are 5,500 single parent families in Evansville, IN.

There are 13,917 families with children living in Evansville.

Education Data, Evansville, IN.

In Evansville, there are 80,088 individuals with some type of education.

Out of those people, 29,235 have graduated highschool, 21,984 have completed some college, and 13,402 have a bachelor degree or higher.

Income Data, Evansville

The average family income in Evansville, IN. is $41,086.

There are 16,039 people living in poverty in Evansville.

28,820 people in Evansville, Indiana own their own homes.

20,079 people currently rent in Evansville.

The average rent in Evansville is $454.


Intervention Evansville

A Drug Intervention in Evansville is a process utilized when all other options have been exhausted in an attempt to help an individual in Evansville overcome a serious problem such as drug or alcohol abuse/addiction. An intervention is a deliberate process by which change is introduced into peoples' thoughts, feelings and behaviors. It usually involves an intervention specialist in Evansville as well several people preparing themselves, approaching a person involved in some self-destructive behavior, and talking to the person in a clear and respectful way about the behavior in question. The immediate objective is for the person to listen and accept help.

A drug or alcohol abuser usually does not know they are out of control. They look at their peers and their own drug or alcohol use appears normal in comparison. drug and alcohol abusers experience a lack of creativity, productivity, poor decisions, deteriorating relationships, and expensive mistakes. Far too often, alcoholics and drug addicts cannot make the right choice on their own to take action which will help them regain control of their lives. They need objective feedback on their behavior. Through a non-judgmental, non-critical, systematic process, drug intervention programs in Evansville help the drug or alcohol abuser confront the impact of their alcohol or drug abuse on themselves and others.

It is understandable that the decision to plan a drug or alcohol intervention in Evansville for a friend or loved one can be painful. Many times there is an underlying deep fear. This may be a fear of confrontation, fear of rejection, and/or a fear that it won't work. Leaving loved ones with only more intensified feelings of hopelessness, anger, and frustration, while the addict continues their self-destructive actions. A Drug Intervention specialist in Evansville can carefully plan an effective intervention. This can be the key component that helps the individual go from the downward spiral of drug addiction and on to the road of recovery. Keep in mind no matter what happens on the drug intervention process, it will most certainly get the person's attention. If the person refuses to do what is requested, he/she nearly always changes for the better in some way, usually by accepting some form of help, either later that same day, the next day, the next week, or the next month or two.

A Drug Intervention program in Evansville can help you in developing a plan of action suited to your individual circumstances. They can help your friend, coworker or loved one get their lives back in order and overcome drug or alcohol addiction. An effective drug Intervention will see that the addict receives the necessary treatment he/she needs and beyond.

It was once thought that alcohol and drug abusers had to "hit bottom" before help could be offered and accepted. If you are wait until the abusers hits "rock bottom" before you intervene, then you may be forced to watch them destroy their lives and deeply affect the lives of their families as well as others around them. It was also thought that an abuser could only get better if they were self-motivated to change. That is not always the case. Intervention can assist in the process of motivating the person to accept treatment for their drug or alcohol addiction and enroll into a drug rehab program.

The optimum time for a drug intervention is just after a major event, although it is important that the addict is sober at the time of the intervention. An example of such an event is if the person gets arrested, or when he/she has wronged (lied, stolen, cheated etc.) a person who has done these types of things will usually show emotions such as remorse or guilt. Another would be when a spouse is leaving them because of their addiction. Yet another would be after an overdose. Although you obviously don't want to risk the person's life by postponing forever, a drug intervention will be more effective after such events when the addict is down and feels like his/her life is in need of change.


  1. Stop all "rescue missions." Family members often try to protect the individual from the results of his behavior by making excuses to others about his problem and by getting him out of jams. It is important to stop all such rescue attempts immediately, so that the person will fully experience the harmful effects of his actions thereby become more motivated to stop.
  2. Don't enable him. Sometimes family members feel sorry for the person or tend to avoid the person, by letting him come and go as he pleases. This comes across to the person as a reward-after all, all he wants is to be left alone. Be careful not to reward by paying his bills, bailing him out of jail, letting him stay for free, etc. This kind of reward creates out exchange and criminal behavior.
  3. Time your drug intervention. If possible, plan to talk with the person when he is straight, when all of you are in a calm frame of mind and when you can speak privately.
  4. Be specific. Tell the person that you are concerned about his problems and want to be supportive in getting help. Back up your concern with examples of the ways in which his behavior has caused problems for you, including any recent incidents.
  5. Evansville the consequences. Tell the person that until he gets help, you will carry out consequences-not to punish the person, but to protect yourself from the harmful effects of his behavior. These may range from refusing to be with the person when they are under the influence of a drug or alcohol, to having them move out of the house if they persist. Do NOT make any threats you are not prepared to carry out. The basic intention is to make the person's life more uncomfortable if he continues the behavior than it would be for him to get help.
  6. Find strength in numbers with the help of family members, relatives and friends to confront the person as a group but choose one person to be the initial spokesperson, an intervention counselor in Evansville if possible should be present. It will be much more effective for the others to simply be there nodding their heads, than it would be for everyone to talk at once and "gang up on him." Remember the idea is to make it safe for him to come clean and seek help.
  7. Listen. If during your intervention the person begins asking questions like; Where would I have to go? For how long? This is a sign that he is reaching for help. Do not directly answer these questions. Instead have him call in to talk to a professional drug treatment counselor in Evansville. Support him. Don't wait. Once you've gotten his agreement, get him admitted in a drug rehabilitation center immediately. Therefore, you should have a bag packed for him, any travel arrangements made and prior acceptance into treatment.

In many instances, a person suffering from drug or alcohol addiction will refuse the professional help that they desperately need due to their irrational psychological state; help they would receive at a drug rehab or alcohol rehab program in Evansville. Due to the many physical and psychological problems caused by addiction, it is vital that a loved one bypasses the addict and takes charge of the situation by conducting an intervention on the individual. Intervention is a very effective process when properly employed by a professional intervention counselor in Evansville, and the family of the addict that is resisting drug or alcohol addiction treatment in Evansville. An intervention helps the addict realize the gravity of the situation and the negative effects the addiction has created in his or her life and the lives of his loved ones. If you live in Evansville, Indiana and your loved one has an alcohol or drug addiction problem and you have done everything that you can think of without success, do not give up hope! Call to speak with an Intervention Counselor now. You will be assisted by professionals with all of your needs, starting with the Intervention itself, to escorting your loved one to an alcohol rehab or drug rehab center, where your loved one can begin the recovery process and learn how to make the changes necessary to have a better life.

Local Listings in Evansville, Indiana:

Holistic Path Addiction Recovery Services Group
1001 N Main St Suite 82T Evansville, IN 47708
Heartland Rehabilitation
2305 West Franklin Street Evansville, IN 47712
foundations Education and Counseling services
105 Northwest 4th Street Evansville, IN 47708
Drug Crisis Referral Center
720 Lincoln Avenue Evansville, IN 47713
Psychiatric Clinics - Downtown Office Center & Information
415 Mulberry Street Evansville, IN 47713
Amethyst House
501 John Street Evansville, IN 47713
Deaconess Rehabilitation Center
600 Mary Street Evansville, IN 47710
Jacob's Village
5200 Washington Avenue Evansville, IN 47715
St Mary's Medical Center - Health Plans- Sales & Provider Relations
3700 Washington Avenue Evansville, IN 47714
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center - Alvord Group Home
1426 Alvord Lane Evansville, IN 47714
Southwest IN Mental Health Center Inc
415 Mulberry Street Robert M Spear Building Evansville, IN 47713
Evansville Treatment Centers Inc
1510 West Franklin Street Evansville, IN 47710
Deaconess Cross Pointe Center LLC
7200 East Indiana Street Evansville, IN 47715
Arnett- Walter CPA PC
Princeton Evansville, IN 47701
1022 Washington Avenue Evansville, IN 47714
New Visions Substance Abuse Counseling
312 Northwest Martin Luther King J Evansville, IN 47708
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center - Rotherwood Group Home
2606 South Rotherwood Avenue Evansville, IN 47714
New Visions Substance Abuse Counseling Service Center
312 NW Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard Suite 108 Evansville, IN 47708
Evansville Treatment Center Inc
1510 West Franklin Street Evansville, IN 47710
Manchette- W K DDS PC - RES
12045 Saint Wendel Road Evansville, IN 47720
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center - Helmuth Group Home
2626 Helmuth Avenue Evansville, IN 47714
A A Club
761 East Columbia Street Evansville, IN 47711
Adapt Counseling services
715 North 1st Avenue Evansville, IN 47710
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center - Oak Hill Group Home
4217 Oak Hill Road Evansville, IN 47711
New Visions Substance Abuse
312 Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard Suite 108 Evansville, IN 47708
Moll- Richard A DDS PC - RES
1305 Mohr Road Evansville, IN 47720
Comp Center
329 West Columbia Street Evansville, IN 47710
Alcoholics Anonymous
123 Northwest 4th Street Suite 12 Evansville, IN 47708
Net-Well Investments PC
4900 Shamrock Drive Evansville, IN 47715
Southwest IN Mental Health Center Inc Stockwell Center
60 South Stockwell Road Evansville, IN 47714
Corvel Corporation
1300 Plaza Drive Evansville, IN 47715
Evansville Treatment Center, LLC
1510 West Franklin Street Evansville, IN 47710
Southwest IN Mental Health Center Inc Stepping Stone
30 South Stockwell Road Evansville, IN 47714
AACC Compassionate Counsel
5110 Lincoln Avenue Evansville, IN 47715
Volunteers of America of Indiana Inc Hope Hall
811 East Franklin Street Evansville, IN 47711
Counseling for Change Inc
312 Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard Suite 201 Evansville, IN 47708
Children's First Rehabilitation services
1610 Division Street Evansville, IN 47711
Mehaffey Thomas D Phd PC
987 South Kenmore Drive Evansville, IN 47714
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center - Fuquay Group Home
420 Fuquay Road Evansville, IN 47715
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center - Community Living services
5301 Lincoln Avenue Evansville, IN 47715
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center - Powell Group Home
2107 East Powell Avenue Evansville, IN 47714
Healthsouth - Community Rehabilitation services
1366 North Green River Road Evansville, IN 47715
Microbac Laboratories
2701 North Cullen Avenue Suite A Evansville, IN 47715
Amethyst Addiction services
501 John Street Suite 7 Evansville, IN 47713