There's a wide range of how much an intervention can cost. An intervention can be as simple as a family member pulling another family member aside and saying, I think you have an issue with your substance abuse. That doesn't need to cost anything. You can also have family members write the person letters, and that doesn't need to cost anything either. If you would hire, though, a professional interventionist, it's going to cost you money. And like anything in life, the range varies significantly. It's important when you're hiring an interventionist to make sure you talk about the price. Make sure you know up front, exactly what they are going to charge. And that includes not just for the intervention services, but any followup services that you may encounter along the way. A lot of treatment centers also have access to interventionists. So if you're looking at a particular treatment center, if you're thinking of a particular treatment center, you may wanna call that treatment center and see if they have a list of interventionists who they use, who they have a history with, who they're comfortable using. And then, this way, you can get an idea of the level, the quality, the success rate of the interventionist. And then figure out what the price of that person is going to be.