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Lindsay Lohan's addiction is the topic of conversation between Jane Velez, and expert addiction interventionist Ken Seeley, and Michael Lohan. Expert interventionist, Ken Seeley, founder of Intervention 911,  speaks with Jane Velez and Michael Lohan about working a good program of recovery. The group starts with Red Bull...should addicts in early recovery drink it? They Jane asks Michael how his daughter, Lindsay Lohan is doing with her attempt at sobriety. Ken weighs in on what it means to be working a good program. Watch now to find out if Lindsay Lohan is doing what she, and all addicts, need to do to sustain a healthy life in recovery.

To help an addict in your life, call Ken Seeley and Intervention 911 at 844-230-4911!

Intervention expert Ken Seeley provides an explanation of an intervention that can help save your addicted loved one. Every addict or alcoholic who gets into treatment, and stays sober long-term, has hit some sort of intervention. When an addict does not naturally reach an intervention, family members should step in and intervene with love. Top interventionist and founder of Intervention 911, Ken Seeley, explains how to best help someone who has been abusing drugs and alcohol. He and his team will assist you in understanding how a rock bottom can be created to get your loved one into a rehab program that will save his or her life.

Interventionist Ken Seeley talk about Michael Jackson, prescription drug addiction and intervention strategies on KTLA 5 News. Ken Seeley, top drug and alcohol interventionist, speaks about addiction and his book, Find It and Fix It, with the quirky news anchors on KTLA 5 News. Michael Jackson’s family was reportedly planning an intervention to stop his prescription drug addiction around the time of his death. Ken points out that this incident highlights the importance of assistance for families who see the red flags and know that something must be done, but just do not know what action to take. His experience on the A&E show, Intervention, and his personal experience with getting sober because his family staged an intervention for him, have formed his opinion on the importance of raising an addict’s rock bottom to get them into treatment. Watch this video to hear what Ken Seeley recommends for family members of addicts! To help an addicted loved one, contact Ken Seeley and Intervention 911 now at 844-230-4911!

The cost of rehab or an intervention shouldn't stop you from seeking drug and alcohol treatment. Flexible financing is available from Intervention 911.

Intervention 911 will make sure you get the drug and alcohol treatment you need, regardless of your financial situation.

The staff at Intervention 911, lead by top interventionist, Ken Seeley, encourages you to not let the cost get in your way of seeking drug and alcohol rehab programs for yourself or a loved one.

If you are worried about someone who is abusing drugs and alcohol, you may need to stage an intervention to get your loved one to listen. Ken Seeley specializes in helping families communicate with the addict, both during an intervention, and while in treatment.

Intervention 911 will help you determine what is best for you and your family, and will work with your financial situation to make it happen.

Take action now to help your loved one, no matter the cost! Call Intervention 911 Today At 844-230-4911!

Ken Steely and Jeremy Kyle stage a live intervention to save a cocaine addicted husband and father. Ken Seeley, top drug and alcohol interventionist, makes an appearance on The Jeremy Kyle show to help a family struggling with addiction. Ken expresses his expertise by saying that the wife of a man addicted to cocaine is addicted TO him, and without appropriate treatment for each of them, the cycle of addiction will continue for them as a family. Ken Seeley assists Jeremy Kyle in walking the couple out back of the show studio where a car i waiting to take the husband to drug and alcohol rehab. The team has signed the man up for a 28-day program in California. As the man starts to bring up excuses as to why he cannot leave right on the spot, Ken puts the husband’s wife into perspective. Treatment is needed so that he can be the husband and father that his wife and four children need. To save your addicted loved one, contact Ken Seeley and Intervention 911 now at 844-230-4911. Will he go to treatment?

Accountability through drug and alcohol screening provides monitoring needed to continue a life in recovery.

Is there an addict in your life who you only want to help?

Do you feel that the responsibility of keeping your family member clean and sober falls on you?

Ken Seeley, founder of Intervention 911 and experienced interventionist, addresses the importance of addict monitoring during early recovery in this video, and offers his company’s services.

The role of bad guy can be delegated. A trained professional will monitor your loved one for you, checking for sobriety through appropriate means at the time. Randomized drug and alcohol screens at a licensed facility provides peace of mind for you and your family.

The team at Intervention 911 can help. Call now to find out more 844-230-4911 and keep your loved one clean and sober!

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.