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Life Will Intervene

By Whole Families | February 5, 2020

Do a Safe Intervention before Life Intervenes

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South Carolina Intervention Services

By Whole Families | November 23, 2019

Helping one family at a time We service South Carolina residents with a host of resources. You might ask, why do we need a nationwide Intervention Services company to help us orchestrate an intervention for our loved one in South Carolina? Onsite in South Carolina In South Carolina, your intervention process begins as soon as …

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Time For A Professional Intervention?

By Whole Families | November 22, 2019

Is time for a professional intervention? Many families ask us, “is it time for a professional interventionist?  Many families suffer through years of addiction in their family, waiting for their loved one to wake up one day and decide to get sober. What we know about the disease of addiction Here’s what we know about …

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Summertime and the Livin’ is…..

By Whole Families | June 10, 2019

As the summer equinox approaches, sun-filled social occasions abound. We are mindful of these moments, sprinkled throughout the year, when our communities tell us we should be “having fun”: barbecues and pool parties and picnics and weddings and endless excuses to eat and drink. We are particularly mindful that, for those of us recovering or suffering or both, celebrations …

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Co-Founder Kelly Murphy Jennings

By Whole Families | May 28, 2019

Asked “Why are you an Interventionist?”

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Springtime Eating-Nutrition for Recovery

By Whole Families | May 8, 2019

Springtime Eating – Nutrition for Recovery Eating with the seasons is healing to the body, to our community and the planet. When we eat according to nature’s cycles, we reconnect with its rhythms and patterns. At the same time, we nourish and nurture the body with high-octane, super nutritious foods (https://www.intervention.life/nutrition-for-recovery/) that require less energy …

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Rehab Reviews -Whole Families Intervention and Services, Inc.

By Whole Families | March 26, 2019

The Basics Based out of Wilmington, North Carolina, Whole Families Intervention Services is owned and operated by certified Arise interventionists, Frances Murchison and Kelly M. Chambliss. Whole Families Intervention Services offers recovery coaching, sober support and transportation services for individuals going to or from treatment. It is available to adults and adolescents who are dealing with addiction, …

U.S. deaths from alcohol, drugs and suicide hit highest level since record-keeping began

By Whole Families | March 5, 2019

The number of deaths from alcohol, drugs and suicide in 2017 hit the highest level since federal data collection started in 1999, according to an analysis of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data by two public health nonprofits. The national rate for deaths from alcohol, drugs and suicide rose from 43.9 to 46.6 deaths per 100,000 people in 2017, a 6 percent increase, the Trust …

Recovery Quotes

By Whole Families | February 18, 2019

Recovery Quotes about Hope “Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.” ~Zen proverb “Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power.” ~Jim Morrison “Though nobody can go back and make a new beginning, anyone can start over and make a new ending.” ~Chico Xavier “I don’t think of all …

PHIL SEYMOUR HOFFMAN

By Whole Families | February 17, 2019

On December 13, 2017, VOGUE published a beautiful tribute written by Philip Seymour Hoffman’s partner, and the mother of his three children, Mimi O’Donnell. We’ve copied her raw and beautiful reflection below for easy reading. May we love and support each other today. And may we learn to let go. The first time I met …