Ken Seeley | CCMI-M, CIP, CTP, CADC, CAS
Founder & Owner
Ken Seeley has remained professionally and personally involved in recovery since his sobriety date of July 14, 1989. Ken derives his greatest personal satisfaction from the work he does with clients and their families as the Founder and Owner of Intervention 911 and Ken Seeley Communities (KSC) in Palm Springs, CA. Ken is a fan-favorite and has been a featured interventionist on the Emmy Award-Winning A&E television series, Intervention since 2005. Ken’s success rate has turned him into one of the most sought-after interventionists in the country. Ken is often asked to speak on substance use and mental health topics at professional conferences and for the media nationwide: (1) https://www.tmz.com/2021/08/
Ken’s facilities, programming, and the services provided have continually evolved around a need to provide for his community:
- It all started in 2002 with Intervention 911, which gives families access to intervention services from intervention specialists nationwide while also providing those interventionists with access to proper training and credentials.
- In 2011, Ken created KSC’s Sober Living Facility to serve a growing need in the area for sober housing.
- In 2015, the need for more intensive treatment options grew. IMS Detox, Intensive Outpatient Programming, and Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment were added to KSC’s programming.
- In 2020, Ken had the opportunity to acquire the lot directly behind the pre-existing Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facility and we opened Mental Wellness PS, our Residential Mental Health Treatment Facility. The fence between the two properties was removed, creating a unique 6,000-square-foot Recovery Compound. The shared backyard space creates the community feel that makes our programming thrive.
After over three decades, both off and on camera, Ken has applied his experiences into the treatment equation. Ken and his team have a treatment process that works as a seamless continuum of care, consisting of many moving parts, and working together to hold accountability to boost successful long-term recovery. From intervention to aftercare, this asset has become a valuable catalyst in Intervention 911’s and Ken Seeley Communities’ impressive results.