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    When a family contacts me to help a loved one who is suffering from active addiction, and is interested in an intervention, I am confident they are in a desperate situation. They see me, the interventionist, as the last hope for recovery for a family member or friend in physical, emotional, and mental crisis.  

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The Children’s Program Kit is Back and Better than Ever

NACoA

2017/Jan-Feb

ci_nacoaExperiences like growing up with parental addiction, and the chaos and stress that surround it, pop up over and over again as primary causes of toxic stress. But addiction isn’t the only thing we’re looking at here. If children grows up with addiction, that’s probably not the only risk factor in the home. ...
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