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Intervention Statistics

According to some of the most current intervention statistics, approximately 90% of all drug and alcohol interventions will succeed upon the conclusion of the meeting when an intervention specialist is leading the process.

According to some of the most current intervention statistics that have been reported by intervention firms that are located across the United States, it is a great deal easier to get an addict or alcoholic to accept the offer of professional treatment, than it is to get a family to allow a professional intervention specialist to help to guide them through this delicate process.

According to several government conducted surveys that were given to parents of children that have been diagnosed with serious substance abuse problems, approximately 90% of both mothers and fathers reported that they felt that their child's drug or alcohol addiction problem was their fault.

According to some of the most current intervention statistics that have been reported by drug and alcohol intervention firms throughout areas of the United States, over 50% of the addicts and alcoholics that have been intervened upon within the last decade, were reported to have been in complete denial about their addiction.

According to some of the most current intervention statistics that have been reported by drug and alcohol intervention firms throughout the U.S., having a professional intervention specialist to lead the process, will greatly increase the likelihood that the addict will agree to leave to go to treatment upon the conclusion of the meeting.

According to some of the most current intervention statistics that have been reported by drug and alcohol intervention firms that are located throughout areas of the U.S., a small percentage of drug and alcohol interventions will fail because one or more of the friends or family members that are present will become intimidated by the addict's emotionally charged reaction; a professional interventionist has been trained in what to do when an addict tries to do this to a loved one so that they will back down from their position. A professional intervention specialist will know what actions to take in order to be able to get the proceedings back on the right track, so that the addict will be motivated towards treatment.

According to some of the most current intervention statistics that have been reported by drug and alcohol intervention firms throughout the U.S., over 90% of all drug and alcohol interventions that are held by a highly trained interventionist are likely to end with the addict leaving the meeting to go directly to a drug rehab program.

According to some of the most current intervention statistics that have been reported by drug and alcohol intervention firms throughout the United States, only about 7% of families will make the decision to move forward in allowing a professional intervention specialist to conduct this often delicate process; because addicts are famous for being masters at manipulating their loved ones, without an object professional being present, family and friends will be much more to acquiesce, when the addict once again promises that they will be able to stop using on their own.

According to some of the most current intervention statistics that have been reported by drug and alcohol intervention firms throughout the United States, the latest trend in alcohol interventions are commonly referred to as "brief interventions." These types of interventions will generally aim to help an alcohol to begin to drink less. Brief interventions are generally held by a professional that the drinker has already developed a trusted relationship with; these individuals can include a family doctor or another medical professional that the person has developed a rapport with.

According to some of the most recent government statistics that are currently available, over 40% of the adult population in the United States have reported to have at least one addict among their immediate family members; this translates into well over 75 million people throughout this country.

According to some of the most recent government statistics that are currently available, over 6.5 million minor children who are reported to be under the age of 18, live within a household where at least one of their parents struggles with some type of an addiction problem.

According to some of the most recent government statistics that are currently available, there are well over 24 million people in the United States who are over the age of 12 that abuse alcohol and various other different types of prescription and illicit drugs; this statistic represents approximately 20% of all of the people who are currently residing in the U.S. According to the most recent government statistics that are currently available, 50% of the entire car accidents in the United States are related to individuals who have abused drugs or alcohol; a large percentage of these types of accidents can be attributed to teenage alcohol or drug use.

According to the most recent government statistics that are currently available, more than 3 millions teenagers that are between the ages of 14-17 who reside in the U.S. have reported that they are struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction problem.

According to some of the most current intervention statistics that have been reported by a number of reputable drug and alcohol intervention firms in the United States, only one of ten families that consider using a professional interventionist will actually follow through with conducting the meeting; the families will commonly give reasons that include, but are not limited to, loved ones believing that they can get the addict to stop by talking to them, thus making them the champion in the family; loved ones assuming that the person will either run from the group or that they will not stay engaged in the drug or alcohol intervention; loved ones assuming that the addict may leave the drug rehab center without fully completing the drug treatment program; loved ones believing that a drug or alcohol intervention will be ineffective and a waste of time; or because the majority of families do not realize the intensive amount of training that the majority of professional interventionist undergo, in order to be effective at leading this potentially life-saving meeting.