ADDICTIONS COME IN MANY FORMS.  IF YOU HAVE AN ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOR THAT SEEMS TO BE AFFECTING YOUR LIFE SUCH AS:


*Using pills, not prescribed*

*Using drugs*

*Drinking too much more than 4 oz of Alcohol per day everyday*

*Internet gambling, gambling, compulsive texting*

*Shopping to the point that finances are strained*




Ask yourself… 

Do you lose time from work because of these activities?

Are any of these things making your home life unhappy? 

Are you afraid that you're addicted behaviors are affecting your reputation?

Do You feel ashamed about your behavior with you're drinking use?

Is your financial stability and job at risk because of your addiction?

Do you put your addictive behavior before your family, your job, and other things you care about?

Does your addiction affect your ability to get a good nights sleep?

Do you drink/use alone?

Have you ever had complete complete loss of memory as a result of your drinking/using?

Has your physician ever talked with you about your drinking/using?

Do you ever wondered if you're crazy?

Have you ever suffered legal and/or other serious consequences because of your addictive behavior?

Do you avoid situations where you cannot drink or use? 


If you answered yes to any of these questions you may need to go and that's where we come into the picture please call New Vision for a free screening





 Hollywood!

Most of us have the idea of a Hollywood version of an intervention, but what is an intervention?  What are the critical factors ?


​An intervention is a supervised, planned opportunity to "Intervene" on the behalf of a person suffering with alcoholism and/or addiction. Family and friends who really love that person band together to lovingly stay their fears, concerns, and the facts about that person's behavior as it relates specifically to each one of them. There is no blame nor shame.  Rather, they exchange their own experience and feelings about the alcoholic or addict


If you would like to know more about this process, call Merna at NewVisions to speak with her as a qualified intervention specialist, your loved one may not have to suffer any longer. You can help! You can be the catalyst for change!