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After drug and alcohol rehab, prevent relapse with a continuum of care plan. Relapse is a very real part of recovery from addiction and going to inpatient treatment does not ensure your sobriety. Ken Seeley, lead interventionist in the world of substance abuse treatment, speaks to the importance of a continuum of care after a formal treatment program. 30, 60, or even 90 days of rehab is not enough. A life in recovery is about the plan you make for the next one to five years of your life. The team at Intervention 911 will assist you in every step of your life in recovery after inpatient treatment. Making good decisions adds another day to the sobriety you have worked so hard to achieve. Keep yourself and your loved ones abstinent from drugs and alcohol.
Top rated interventionist Ken Seeley reveals what could have prevented Whitney Houston's drug-related death. Interventionist Ken Seeley offers his viewpoint on the tragic death of singer Whitney Houston. Ken answers the tough questions: Who is to blame for a situation like Whitney's? What was the missing link that to Whitney Houston's drug-related death? Whitney told Oprah Winfrey about her experiences in drug rehab, but according to Ken, Whitney, Oprah, Whitney's mother, and the greater part of the world's population, do not truly understand the reality of addiction and what it takes to sustain a life in recovery. The truth about addiction
Interventionist Ken Seeley helps convince Brooke, a young prescription drug addict, to attend rehab for prescription drug addiction as seen on A&E’s Intervention. Brooke, a young woman who has chronic physical pain, has become addicted to the prescription drugs that originally managed her level of pain. She has agreed to be filmed for a documentary that is actually the show Intervention on A&E. Her family members and friends have prepared what they would each like to say to Brooke, with the goal of getting Brooke to agree to participate in a substance abuse rehab treatment program.
Ken Seeley of Intervention 911 stresses the importance of a sober companion for an addict or alcoholic trying to stay clean and sober in the early stages of recovery from drugs and alcohol. Ken Seeley introduces the importance of arranged physical transportation to and from treatment, court appearances, family functions, and any other place outside of the home the individual needs to go, because the addict or alcoholic is most likely to relapse when consistency and accountability are not in place. The initial trip from the rehab treatment center where the addict or alcoholic has lived for an extended period of time to the next place the addict will live is long and difficult. Fear, anticipation, and even anxiety can be triggering the person to throw away the stint of sobriety her or she has at that point in exchange for the perceived pleasure that drugs and alcohol would provide them in that uncomfortable moment.
Top interventionist Ken Seeley's work with drug addicts and alcoholics is presented through his appearances on Intervention and many media interviews Top rated interventionist and founder of Intervention 911, Ken Seeley is introduced. His outlook on treating addicts and alcoholics is presented through the various ways he changes the lives of heavy drinkers and drug users, and the family members and friends who care about them. Ken Seeley's work on the television show Intervention is addressed, which showcases his unique ability to help families stage a meeting to show just how much the addict's or alcoholic's using behaviors are affecting everyone around him or her.

WPDE Highlights Ken's Speech On Addiction

Millions of people in our country unfortunately struggle with addiction and their is no quick fix for addiction. Recently Ken Seeley, intervention and addiction specialist spoke to a group at Horry Georgetown Technical College. WPDE News Channel 15 reports on Ken's appearance.