411 Intervention

411 Intervention is an intervention and treatment coordinating organization. I have had the pleasure of knowing Cindy Nichols, the founder of 411 Intervention for many years. With fifteen years of sobriety, Cindy's passion is helping families find solutions for their loved ones. If you have a loved one who is unable or unwilling to go to treatment, please contact Cindy. She will provide you with advice and direction based on her many years of experience with interventions and treatment.

When you speak to Cindy and the staff at 411 Intervention, you will instantly feel relief. Many distraught family members call with little hope but by the end of the conversation, they are comforted in knowing that there is a solution for drug and alcohol addiction. View the accompanying video for an example on the kind of empathy, compassion and professionalism you will experience by calling 411 intervention.

Cindy is able to provide you with solutions for a professional interventionist, a treatment facility, or even some kind advice and direction on how to break through your loved-one's denial.

The Intervention Process

The Intervention ProcessThe first step of the process is to call 411 Intervention for a phone consultation. During this call, Cindy or one of her caring intervention coordinators conduct a brief assessment of your case and will recommend the best plan of action to begin the intervention process. The second step usually involves discussing the details of the intervention with other members of the family who will be involved with the intervention.

Intervention Costs

Intervention Costs- Consultation with all intervention participants
- Organizing and planning intervention
- Making travel arrangements
- Assistance with support letters
- Pre-Intervention Conference
- Hotel costs for Interventionist
- Intervention
- Accompanying client to a treatment facility
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TOTAL: Range $0 - $3,500 (costs vary depending on location and client’s ability to pay)

Intervention Guarantee

Intervention GuaranteeAll 411 Interventions are GUARANTEED interventions. An unsuccessful intervention is an intervention that does not end with your loved-one entering a treatment program. If the intervention does not conclude with your loved-one entering a treatment program, then you will not be expected to pay for the intervention fee. The only fee you will be responsible for is Airfare. The only condition required to qualify for the 411 Intervention Guarantee is that you MUST follow the directives given to you by your intervention specialist.

Referrals to Treatment Facilities

Referrals to Treatment FacilitiesCindy Nichols and the staff of 411 Intervention will provide you with a recommendation for treatment programs based on the needs of your loved-ones. If you have a treatment program that you are working with already, 411 Intervention will be able to accompany your loved-one to that facility. If not, then the 411 Intervention Staff will point you in the right direction so that your loved-one will receive the optimal treatment experience based on their individual needs.

Financial Assistance

Financial AssistanceDo not let finances stand in the way of conducting an intervention. If you are unable to afford intervention services, there are still many options for you. Clicking below will re-direct you to a lower cost or free option. No one is a lost cause. Do not get discouraged. If you have additional questions, please call our helpline at 800-281-4731.

Testimonials

The Intervention Process“Cindy was the answer to my prayers. I was able to speak to Cindy Mother-to-Mother. This made all the difference in the world. When you are in a state of fear, it helps to know that the interventionist has personal experience with helping a loved-one seek treatment”.
-Annett L.

411 Intervention

The first step of the process is to call 411 Intervention for a phone consultation. During this call, Cindy or one of her caring intervention coordinators conduct a brief assessment of your case and will recommend the best plan of action to begin the intervention process.

The second step usually involves discussing the details of the intervention with other members of the family who will be involved with the intervention.