Helping Individuals and Families Navigate the Process of Recovery
Professional Intervention and Behavioral Health Navigation Services
A Time to Heal: Family Interventions
A Time to Heal: Family Interventions provides support for both the individual and their loved ones throughout the entire recovery
process- from intervention to aftercare and beyond.
We believe that interventions are a process, not just a one time event. Our services include:
- Family Interventions for those in need of Behavioral Health or Substance Use Disorder Treatment
- Treatment Consulting and Referrals for care planning and facility placement
- Recovery Case Management support services, advising the individual and connecting with treatment providers
- Sober Companionship for short or long term transportation and companion services
- Family Support and Coaching Services for before, during and after treatment
"Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. Tip toe if you must, but take the step.”
- Naeem Callaway
Why Hire a Family Interventionist and Behavioral Health Care Coordinator?
Hiring a family interventionist and care coordinator is an important step for those recovering from addiction. A family interventionist is a professional who is trained to work closely with the entire family to evaluate the current situation, assess any challenges, and provide guidance in developing a plan of action. They can help facilitate communication between all parties involved, while also providing important counseling, support, and education to the individual struggling with addiction as well as their loved ones.
Meanwhile, a care coordinator acts as a liaison between all of the treatment teams and helps coordinate services among them to ensure that everyone is on the same page and working towards shared goals. They keep track of all treatment plans, manage referrals to other healthcare providers or specialists, and provide valuable resources for patients and their families throughout the recovery process.
The value of having both an interventionist and care coordinator cannot be understated. By bringing these two professionals together, it allows for more effective coordination between different services while also providing ongoing support that’s tailored to each individual’s specific needs. This reduces miscommunication between teams and helps ensure that everyone is working together towards achieving long-term recovery. Additionally, having both professionals on hand provides families with more options when it comes to finding personalized treatment plans that meet their loved one’s needs.