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Brad Lamm’s Change Inc Acquires and Relaunches Intervention.com

Leading Intervention and Recovery Management Group Relaunches Legendary Domain to Assist Clients in Finding Intervention Help

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Change Inc by Brad Lamm, a leading family-focused organization for intervention services, announces today it has acquired and relaunched www.intervention.com, the trusted domain associated with Vaughn Howland since 1996.

“Daily addiction headlines tell the agonizing stories of loss and struggle, and remind of the incredible task at hand,” said Change Inc founder Brad Lamm. “We have learned so much about how to reduce suffering in the past three decades sinceintervention.com launched. Intervention is an easier option than most believe, and I am committed to doing everything possible to help families understand that ‘NO’ is a conversation starter rather than the final answer.”

Change Inc’s relaunch of intervention.com includes these consumer options:

  • Allow visitors to access help 24-hours a day / 7 days a week
  • Provide education to all those seeking an intervention “starting point”
  • Schedule intervention help with a local professional
  • Connect friends, families and employers to appropriate help for substance use, eating disorders & mental health needs
  • Offer access to clinical trainings through Change Inc’s Breakfree Intervention skills trainings held regionally on an annual basis
  • Refer only to Fair Care Promise providers, all of whom have taken a pledge to act ethically and fairly (www.FairCarePromise.com)

“Setting a standard was critical to us,” Change Inc Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer Sean Gruwell commented on the need accountability in this life and death business. “We choose to do right by families, and refer to providers who have taken an oath to do nothing less- fair care each time.”

Lamm founded Change Inc in 2005 and since then it has become a platform for helping people change for the better. Having undergone his own journey of recovery, Lamm is a teacher, interventionist, and author of How To Help The One You Love andJUST 10 LBS., Easy Steps to Weighing What You Want (Finally). In 2013, Lamm founded Breathe Life Healing Centers, which has doubled its number of beds each year since its opening. Lamm and his team continue to transform the way addiction is treated in the U.S.

About Change Inc by Brad Lamm
Change Inc exists to provide simple and effective pathways to positive life changing solutions. Change Inc continues to provide the newest breakthrough solutions involving crisis intervention, corporate wellness programming (weight stabilization, nicotine cessation and relational health) and referrals to treatment for substance use, eating disorders and behavioral health needs.

About Breathe Life Healing Centers
Breathe Life Healing Centers treats Substance Use Disorder, Eating Disorders and Co-Occurring Disorders, utilizing trauma-informed clinical care and provides evidence-based care including Somatic therapies, IFS, DBT, experiential therapies, 12-Step participation and spiritual development work. Additionally, Breathe features Life Skills workshops, weekly Family Class and their five day Family Workshop. Breathe is located in West Hollywood, CA and New York City, NY.  For information, please visitwww.BreatheLifeHealingCenters.com

About Brad Lamm
Brad Lamm is an author, teacher and interventionist best known for helping people make life-enhancing change on Dr. Phil, The Doctors, TODAY, and The Dr. OZ Show. He created and produced the eight-part documentary series Addicted to Food for Oprah Winfrey. Lamm began his own journey in recovery in 2003 from two decades of addiction to drugs, alcohol, nicotine as well as bulimia. Today with more than a decade of rich recovery, he has demonstrated how even the most challenging cases not only recover health and life but a bounty of possibilities to help others.

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