Intervention Services

Intervention Services

We’re here to help walk you step-by-step through the entire process. Making sure that your loved one’s intervention process goes smooth is absolutely critical to the rest of the recovery process. We have extensive experience keeping this potentially volatile situation under control, and we’re here to make sure it stays professional, safe, and effective.

What is the point of doing an intervention?

The primary objective in an intervention is to end the suffering and isolation of the whole family. It is a mistake to focus entirely on the person needing treatment.  To focus and label them, as the “problem” is not as inclusive and helpful as when the focus is on everyone who is taking part in the intervention. We look at addiction as a family issue and we will help you find family solutions.

If the focus is on the family there is generally a decrease in anger, defensiveness, resentment, blame, humiliation and shame. In our professional experience, all family members are seen as our client and our focus because all family members need

guidance and support. Each family member will experience the intervention differently and have an opportunity to process what has happened and given time to develop a plan for safety, re-connection and a return to health and wellness.

What Can my Family Expect with an Intervention?

Your family can expect freedom. One way or another, you will stop your active participation in your loved one’s addiction or cycle of mental health. One way or another the family system will be strengthened and given an opportunity to heal.

If you’re loved one does not enter treatment, you will have new tools to end your role in the addiction. An intervention with West Valley Detox is a structured response to put an end to the pain of addiction and mental health concerns. A “moment of pause” is what you can expect from an intervention. You can expect to be supported and guided every step of the way.

Therapy Specialization

  • 12-Step

  • Chemical Addiction

  • Process Addictions

  • Family involvement with recovery work

  • Linkage to Alanon / CODA / AA-NA/ and external groups specific to client and family need

  • Alumni Group

  • Mood disorders

  • Complex Trauma

  • Environmental Trauma

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Self-harm

  • LGBTQ Mental Health

  • Trauma Healing

  • Male and Female Treatment Tracks

  • Specialists are brought in to lead group work and supplement on-site treatment, health, and wellness

  • Board Certified Addiction Medicine and Psychiatry MD on staff

  • DBT trained clinicians

  • On-site LVN

  • Trauma Informed clinicians (TFCBT, ART)

  • Full scope UA’s done randomly and when indicated or directed

  • Psychiatry, evaluations, and medication management

  • On-site education/occupational support

  • Discharge planning

  • Resources for outside referrals for adjunct family member support, continuity of care

Treatment Modalities

  • ARC Principles- Attachment, Regulation & Competency

  • Individual Therapy

  • Family Therapy

  • Parent Education

  • Process Groups

  • 12-Step

  • Daily group therapy for clients

  • Internal Family Systems Therapy

  • Conflict Resolution

  • RET- Rational Emotive Therapy

  • Family Support groups

  • Family Contracts

  • Independent living skill building

  • Family Reunification

Our Facilities


The seclusion, outdoor spaces, therapy space and privacy truly give this treatment center a spa-like appeal with private bedrooms for all.


The Encino Recovery and Detox Center is an amazing treatment center which leaves little to nothing to be desired.

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