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Crisis Management

The disease of addiction often leaves those suffering from it in a state of desperation. Many of those who are addicted to drugs or alcohol will put themselves in situations they would ordinarily avoid because they are trapped by their physical and mental need to satisfy their addiction. These situations can quickly become dangerous for the addicted person or their loved ones — sometimes those suffering from addiction get involved in criminal activity, act in self-destructive ways or become violent and unpredictable toward others.

If you are concerned for yourself, your family or your loved ones, Villa Tranquil is here to help. We work to make sure our clients keep themselves out of harm’s way and that their families are safe. While our clients must admit themselves voluntarily to our program, in appropriate circumstances, we can help those close to our clients arrange an intervention. For women who enter into our program, we have a fully-staffed team who will continue to monitor their behavior and look for signs of self-destructive habits.


An intervention is an event during which an addicted person’s loved ones gather together to talk to the person about their addiction and help them understand why they need recovery. It’s important to involve a professional counselor, therapist or mediator when you prepare for an intervention, especially if the addicted person has a history of denying or lashing out when confronted.

When is an intervention appropriate?

Not everyone suffering from addiction needs an intervention. But in the wake of a crisis — perhaps the police are involved, or there was an instance of particularly bad behavior — you may feel a need to speak out. It may be appropriate to seek an intervention if:

  • The addicted person refuses to acknowledge their illness
  • Other methods of talking to the addicted person about recovery haven’t worked
  • The safety of anyone involved in the situation has been compromised
  • The addicted person is acting in ways that their sober self would not

What is an intervention like?

An intervention can be difficult and emotional. But with the help of a professional to direct the session, it doesn’t need to be dramatic or frightening. Before the intervention, you should work closely with a counselor or trained interventionist to come up with a detailed plan that includes who will attend, where it will take place, discussion points and other best practices. Sticking to this plan during the intervention will lead to the best possible result. A successful intervention is:

  • Planned carefully with a professional
  • Focused on the addict’s health and safety
  • Calm and supportive in tone
  • Non-accusatory
  • Honest and compassionate

How can I arrange an intervention?

At our peaceful facility in Jupiter Farms, Florida, our women’s therapy and counseling programs are designed to treat clients ages 18 to 65 for addiction to drugs and alcohol. We are also equipped to treat accompanying mental health disorders. If you believe that your loved one would be a good fit for our program and that an intervention is necessary, we encourage you to call Villa Tranquil today at 866-697-7573 to ask about our crisis management services.

Monitoring Services

During recovery at Villa Tranquil, our staff is available 24/7 to take care of any crises that arise. Our counselors are trained to recognize self-destructive behaviors that may impact long-term rehabilitation and to address these behaviors constructively during therapy sessions. We keep our days busy with scheduled activities, filling the time with productivity and creating positive habits. Our clients have a constant support system while they are living under Villa Tranquil’s roof.

Beyond recovery, we fully prepare our clients to re-enter society as sober, healthy women with valuable contributions to make to their workplaces and families. We give them the tools they need to maintain the positive habits they learned during their recovery, and offer resources for ongoing support and treatment. We also encourage our alumnae to stay in touch with our facility after they leave our programs, ensuring that they have a strong community that can help them address any signs of relapse as soon as possible. We aim to be a guide and a resource for the women in our community throughout their lifelong journey of recovery.