There Is Help for Those You Love
Handling a substance abuse problem, before it becomes a tragedy for your family or friends, is vitally important. During a drug crisis, where do you quickly and easily find practical help for yourself or someone you love?
We’re here to help. Call us toll free at 855-889-0555 (everything is in complete confidentiality). The job of our Addiction Professionals is to provide you with answers.
Read sample stories from those we have helped:
About 10 days ago, we spoke with Eric regarding the services of AHS, and the following morning, called to confirm that we wanted to proceed with an intervention for our son. He told me he had an interventionist named Matt and he would have him call us.
Within minutes, Matt called me and spoke briefly about our son, he was on a flight that afternoon, and in our living room by 5:00 p.m.
It is difficult for us to put to words and accurately describe our experience. Our first impression of Matt was that he was trust-worthy, level-headed, knowledgeable and compassionate. His demeanor and personal story was so similar to our son (prior to his addiction) that we just really felt that we were in good hands. He was patient with our questioning and reassuring.
Not Letting Me Give Up
My son had said he would not go get help. The treatment program told me not to worry they would get him there. They called Addiction Help Services.
The Interventionist explained the drug issue to us prior to seeing my son. He explained we were to talk only of good memories.
Only two of our 11 present were needed to help him say he would go for treatment. All that attended were impressed with the Intervention process.
Thank you for not letting me give up.
Born and Raised in Dallas Texas
Born and raised in Dallas, Texas to middle class hard working parents. My parents divorced when I was 6 and soon after my father was gone from my life. My mother ended up marrying her high school sweetheart who turned out to be the man that raised me both physically and mentally. My family moved to North Dallas where the schools, neighborhoods and life in general were much better.
I tried marijuana for the first time when I was 14. Alcohol was always available and even accepted at home. My parents knew I was going to drink and that I would have no problem purchasing alcohol. They made a deal with me that instead of going out and drinking and driving that I could stay at home with my friends and drink as long as they had all of the car keys and the other parents didn’t mind.