An Intervention can provide a family with hope and begins the recovery process for all members involved.
Everyone will get healthier and in turn so will the addict.
Residential treatment is just the beginning for the addict.
My goal is to help the addict, their families, and build a system to compliment the work of the residential treatment centers, outpatient programs and private therapists.
Twenty-eight days spent in a treatment center is just the beginning of the recovery journey. When you consider that many clients have been drinking or using for many years, even the best treatment centers cannot address all the problems. Learn More
The overall objective of an intervention is to begin to relieve the suffering caused by self-destructive behavior, the suffering of the person engaged in it, and the suffering of family and friends. Which intervention approach is appropriate? Learn More
A Recovery Coach is a seasoned treatment professional who functions as a guide to those newly sober (or returning after a relapse). I will meet with your family member to work on a variety of sobriety-related issues. Learn More
A Sober Companion provides time-intensive service for around-the-clock attendance, or attendance for a greater number of hours per day. Sober companions make all the difference in the world. Learn More
"Bill is a caring and compassionate professional. His approach and methods are second to none." Tom K.
"Bill has impeccable character and integrity." John C.
"Experienced and committed to the client and their families." Joe G.
Helping Hand Interventions Drug & Alcohol Intervention Services is available to help those living in Northeastern Pennsylvania - Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Hazleton & the surrounding NEPA area and beyond. Learn More
Helping Hand Interventions & Consulting Services
Exeter, PA, USA
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