Intervention is back for another emotional episode. If you’re interested in watching, tune into A&E tonight at 9pm ET/PT.
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Intervention follows one to two participants who are addicted or dependent, and their families journey to have an intervention with the hopes of saving their lives.
Earlier last week, Candy Finnigan sat down to discuss the opiate crisis in Cincinatti. According to City Beat, accidental overdose is the leading cause of injury and death in Ohio.
In a release, Garrett Braukman, the executive director of Alta Centers Rehab facilities in California, said, “As someone who’s from Cincinnati, born and raised, I wanted to create a community event where we can share ideas and develop education in addiction. From seeing many people unaware of not only consequences of addiction but the consequences of treating addiction like a moral failing, we wanted to create a space that not only encourages people to get help but educates them from professionals who share the feeling of helping people.”
In the same release, Finnegan said, “It’s not just my work. It’s my life.”
In tonight’s episode, a young mother drinks to deal with an abusive husband.
Be sure to tune into tonight’s episode of Intervention this evening on A&E at 9pm ET/PT.