Pathway Interventions has assisted hundreds of families across the country that have a loved one addicted to drugs or alcohol. Of all of the families that have worked with Pathway Interventions 96% of those intervened upon have sought treatment. This agreement for rehab is not fueled by coercion, forced consequences, vindictive leveraging or even typical ultimatums. Rather, they are seeking treatment because they are willing to change, surrendering to their addiction and empowered to succeed.
"There are four powerful objectives to our interventions. 1) gain commitment from the addict to accept help, 2) empower the family to know they do not emotional own the addiction of someone else and 3) to fully comprehend the idea of 'your business' 'their business' and 'Gods business' when in a relationship with addiction, and 4) for the family to see how to emotionally, spiritually, financially, socially and mentally deal with addiction."
The founder of Pathway Interventions, Travis Gardner has experienced both sides of addiction. He struggled with addiction for fifteen years before his family approached him about his addiction. Travis spent three months in treatment and now lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with his family. He founded Pathway Interventions in 2006 and has been changing and saving the lives of those addicted while teaching families how to deal with addiction through a different set of lenses ever since.