Clear Path Interventions understands the complexities of family interventions and the challenges of having a loved one struggling with addiction. From the initial phone call or Zoom session to extended monitoring and continued guidance, we provide compassionate support for our clients and their families every step in the recovery process.

Are you tired of waiting for change?

The most common misconception in and around substance use disorder within the family is the idea that our loved one struggling with addiction will one day logically look at their life situation and decide to change on their own. We know from years of experience that this almost never happens without some outside influence or change in reactions from the family surrounding the person struggling.

We offer a personalized approach for each client to assist them on a clear path to recovery and sobriety.

A Professional Intervention can help

In many cases, an intervention is the only way to begin the recovery process. If the family waits too long to take action for their loved one, a societal intervention with consequences will occur.

You might wonder whether bringing in an interventionist from outside the family is the right move to make for such a personal matter and believe us, you have every right to think so. However, you must also view the other side of the coin and understand that it’s better to bring in an individual that has experience and knowledge of similar situations.

We are here to help. Our team is eager to get to know you and learn how we can best serve you.  As family interventionists for addiction with a track record of success, we’re committed to removing any barriers standing in the way of progress, health and long-term wellness.

Call our experienced team at (601) 503-7771 for compassionate help. We provide free consultations & advice to every caller. 

A family intervention for alcoholism or drug addiction is a process.

An intervention for alcohol or drug addiction is a process and not just a one-time event. We work with each family individually to create a personalized plan that will assist them best on their loved one’s road to recovery.


Our first steps in the intervention process are to understand our clients’ situation & recovery needs, so we can identify how to best provide support. A great deal of strategic planning & coaching occurs with the family prior to the actual intervention.

The Family Meeting

On the day of the intervention, we will meet at a pre-determined and neutral location. The client will be supported by participating family members & close friends.

Treatment Center

After the intervention meeting, we will notify the treatment center that your loved one has chosen to attend rehabilitation and will be starting immediately.

Sober Transport

During this part of the process, our last step is to make sure the client arrives at the treatment center safely, unless other arrangements have been determined prior.

You don’t need to wait for your loved one to hit rock bottom. The role of a professional interventionist is to raise the bottom.

Our relationship with Treatment Centers

Please be aware we are not marketers or recruiters for treatment centers, and that we do not receive compensation or incentives for referrals. Our selection and recommendation of a treatment center is based solely on the facility’s match and fit with your loved one’s needs.

The team at Clear Path Interventions are certified family interventionists, certified intervention professionals & recovery coaches. We also have a wealth of experience & guidance to share with you in selection of a sober living home and other after-care options down the road for your family member.

We treat every situation with the same passion and level of care as if we were assisting a member of our own family.

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Alcoholism, Drug Addiction & Behavior Disorders

As professional interventionists, we are here to disrupt the substance abuse patterns a family member or close friend may be displaying due to their addiction to alcohol or drugs. We also are qualified to assist with various mental health disorders.