Parent’s Role in the Process
As a parent involved in this process, you quickly learn that the decision to send your child for treatment is arguably one of the most difficult decisions you can make. This decision is undoubtedly marked with second-guessing and guilt. This is precisely why you owe it to yourself, to your family and especially to your struggling child to find the strength to ask yourself, “does my child need help?” Leading up to the point of the intervention and transport process, your actions and responsibilities are critical. However, we are here for you, to guide you, to comfort you, and to reassure you that your entire family is under care of dedicated professionals who are committed to caring for your child as if he or she were their own.
Why Should I Chose Assisted Interventions?
Anyone can get your child from your home to a program, facility or school. The question you must face is, “HOW do I want my child to get there? Do I want my child to arrive at the program under duress, upset and anxious? Or, would I like to have the peace-of-mind knowing that my child was cared for, treated with respect and carefully prepared for his or her transition into the program?
Assisted Interventions is profoundly committed to ensuring your child experiences a positive intervention and transport, one with your child’s Dignity, Safety and Compassion in mind.