Get Peace of Mind About Your Loved One’s Sobriety
Get help with helping your loved ones with a professional interventionist. To help your loved one get sober, we use tools, tactics and techniques that help create a long term effective intervention. By helping them gain responsibility and accountability, we also help your loved ones motivate themselves to move forward in recovery long after a drug & alcohol intervention.
We help with:
- Treatment Placement
- Family Recovery Coach
- Monitoring Post-Treatment
As a family member of a drug addict or alcoholic, the first thing you need to know is that you are not alone. You are part of a community that needs support and guidance.
Allow Sober Caddy to guide and support you in this intervention process and help setup a treatment program for your loved one.
About a Sober Caddy’s Program
Help Your Loved One Seek Treatment; Get a Game Plan from a Professional
Imagine if a professional golfer with no experience of playing the Masters Tournament at Augusta National went into his first round without a game plan? Or he didn’t have a caddie to talk through complicated shots?
The results would be disastrous.
Yet, many families and friends helping a loved one do exactly this by not creating a game plan for sobriety.
Having a skilled and successful intervention from a professional is similar to a modern-day golf caddie. We are here to focus on the elements of sobriety that you may be overlooking.
Where a golfer is focused purely on making a low score, the caddie is focused on a multitude of other tasks that directly influence the outcome of the overall game.
About Jay Staples: Drug and Alcohol Intervention Specialist in Dallas
Owner of Sober Caddy
Jay Staples has been sober for more than a decade and is highly involved in the recovery community and with many treatment centers across the country.
Jay has been a Master Certified Coach for the last five years and is also a Peer Recovery Support Specialist. He has spent the last seven years in the addiction field as a director of marketing ands a chief operating officer.
He also co-owns Lakewood Recovery in Dallas, Texas.
Jay brings the latest treatment trends and couples them with the recovery practices that have traditionally worked for decades. With a focus on family resources, Jay’s goal is to help with communication, accountability and freedom from drug and alcohol addiction.