A transport is used to assist the alcoholic or addict who has just agreed to get help to the first phase of their recovery: an inpatient treatment center.
Since we work with a number of quality treatment facilities located across the country, there will mostly likely be travel involved that the alcoholic or addict is just not ready to undertake on their own.
Nerves are weak, senses are overwhelmed, and decision-making is shaky at best for the loved one who has just agreed to accept treatment.
There has been, in virtually every case, a major effort to intervene on the alcoholic or addict in need of treatment. It makes the most sense to ensure that those efforts lead to successful entry into a treatment facility. This is done with a transport that can take control in this intermediate phase of the process.
The mind and nerves of an alcoholic or addict who has given up their will to accept help can be volatile. Sometimes they can rethink their decision to accept help at the last minute when they cycle through anxiety, begin to feel withdrawal, or even find themselves afraid that their addiction or alcoholism is too big to fight. The prospect of giving up whatever behavior or substance they have been relying on is an overwhelming one. Other times, they are physically not in the condition necessary to safely get themselves from point A to point B.
This is where Guardian Interventions be there and offer the necessary support to allow your loved one follows through with their intention of getting help. We will provide as much care and support necessary to ensure your loved one is safe in the hands of the caretakers at the next stage of their recovery.
At Guardian Interventions we have male and female escorts that are experienced in dealing with often emotionally drained, weary, and some times delusional patients that are travelling to treatment. They are on their way to a new start and having someone there to accompany them can be critically important. The goal is to maintain their willingness and avoid them bailing out at the last minute.
We also have trained Registered Nurses that can accompany an alcoholic or addict in need of additional medical stabilization and support. Every precaution is worth taking when someone’s life is at stake.