Supporting Your Loved One in Their Recovery: How to Do an Intervention

December 26, 2020

If you’re noticing significant changes in your loved one’s health and behavior, and you suspect that they have a substance use disorder, you may be wondering how you can talk to them about it without them getting angry or upset with you.

It’s completely understandable to have fears and worries about talking to your loved one, but remembering how important this conversation is will be key to having a calm discussion with them.

“Having a productive, calm conversations with a loved one that’s struggling is a very important first step in getting them the help they need,” says Dr. Negrini, founder and physician at OARS.

Approach this conversation with confidence using these helpful tips:

For additional guidance on creating a safe space for an intervention, OARS will work with you to provide the proper resources to ensure you and your loved one get the most out of an intervention and, ultimately, get your loved one the help they need.