The Association of Intervention Specialists (AIS) is a network of interventionists located throughout the country and abroad.
Members guide families and friends, business executives, and others through the intervention process whereby a person addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs and compulsive behaviors is encouraged to accept help.
All full members are Board Registered Interventionists, thereby meeting or exceeding educational and performance standards. All members adhere to the AIS Code of Ethics as listed on this website AIS Code of Ethics.
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