Diversified Intervention Group
Rating: 4.79 stars 19 19 reviews
309 Sequoia Street Morro Bay CA 93442 USA
Diversified Intervention Group’s Mission is to provide professional Prevention (education), Intervention, Aftercare & Treatment Referral services to all individuals who suffer from all addictions. No family that asks for help is ever turned away due to an inability to pay for services. Addictions include but not limited to: alcohol and drug addiction, internet addictions, shopping addictions, gambling addictions, sexual addictions, food addictions, eating disorders and pornography addictions. DIG is known as a trusted resource in the industry of Mental Health and Chemical Dependency. Call 855-222-1101 to get help today
In 2013, we serviced 654 families successfully with our professional intervention services of all types. We need your support so we can continue to provide 100% free therapy to all callers.
under served and impoverished families addicted to drugs and alcohol
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Geographic areas served:
the Chemical Dependency and Mental Health fields
drug and alcohol intervention services, codependency therapy, stress & anxiety therapy, depression therapy, and PTSD therapies for family members.
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cwerch's Review for Diversified Intervention Group
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It's my great pleasure to serve as a Board member for DIG. Their mission and vision is to improve the lives of those suffering from alcohol and drug abuse addiction, including family members. They are also dedicated to training professionals with the skills to successfully intervene, refer to treatment and provide after care services for individuals and families suffering from substance abuse. DIG has recently expanded their focus to include evidence-based prevention of alcohol and drug abuse among vulnerable, high-risk youth and young adults. In doing so, they are the only group in the US effectively addressing the full spectrum of substance abuse, from prevention to after care. It's an honor for me to serve on their Board, and both work with and learn from them.
Chudley Edward Werch, PhD
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