A crisis intervention is a safe option that parents or guardians have when they are trying to place their young adult into a wilderness, residential, or other type of therapeutic program.
This intervention is most commonly considered for young adults who are treatment resistant; however, it can also be beneficial for those entering treatment willingly but need extra support and encouragement.
The purpose of the intervention itself is not to solely transport them but also to allow them to more effectively transition from their parents to the program. We are able to help your son or daughter recognize that treatment is needed and to embrace the benefits of entering a therapeutic program.
The involvement of a professional intervention service can greatly increase the willingness and openness of your young adult when they arrive to the program.