Do You Think the Show “Intervention” Does More Harm or Good?

Question by blaukrieg: Do you think the show “Intervention” does more harm or good?
I’m thinking back on the episode about Allison the huffer who used duster to get high, and I have read numerous accounts of people (I’m guessing teens, but who knows?) not believing it, but then trying it BECAUSE of the episode. I somehow doubt that many people with real-life addiction problems get help from this show, but this episode in particular may have done more harm than good.

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Answer by Anser
I don’t know whether this show has changed the way people use drugs. I do think that the program shows family members there is a way to get through to their loved one who may have an addiction problem. On the other side, the program also shows addicts what signs to watch for an impending intervention.

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