Help can be given in various ways, such as joining the addiction treatment center and sometimes you have to force it. This is a decision that is difficult to implement, but it is important to do it if the dependency of the addict is difficult to control and can make his life in danger. Although intervention can make him feel depressed, the purpose of this intervention is to make him not defensive. The people involved in the intervention must be chosen carefully. Beloved people from addicts can explain how drug abuse affects their lives.
Before intervening, make at least a treatment plan that can be offered to addicts. Make a plan in advance if the addict will be immediately transferred to a drug rehabilitation center after intervening. The intervention will not mean much if he does not know how to get help and does not get support from a loved one. You may have to trick the addict so he wants to come to the place of intervention.
Be prepared to show specific consequences if the addict refuses to get treatment. The consequences are not just mere threats, so loved ones must consider the consequences that will be accepted if he does not want to get treatment, and they must be willing to follow this intervention process. Interventions can also involve fellow addicts and religious leaders (if appropriate to the conditions faced).
People involved in this intervention must prepare specific examples of how drug abuse committed by their loved ones can hurt relationships. Often the people who intervene choose to write letters to addicts. People who have dependency may not care about their attitude of self-harm, but by realizing that the pain they experience can hurt others, their heart will be moved to seek help.
Study the program recommended by the clinic and note that if the addict is more open to the treatment plan, the greater the chance of success in overcoming dependency.