Start intervention. Counsellors conduct these meetings 7 days a week. It is possible to schedule a meeting around a mutually agreeable time when all the interested parties can attend. All relevant information in noted by the counsellor, who then creates a treatment plan, specifically for the addict, who must accept liability for their addiction.
If the intervention is inconclusive, or unsucessful,it is possible to schedule another one at short notice. The desired outcome for these meetings is to get the addict on a suitable rehabilitation program. If treatment is refused, another intervention would be strongly recommended. However, another meeting is not always required. Intervention for alcohol addiction is a process which has worked sucessfully for many years, and often just that one meeting is all that is needed.