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Addiction Intervention, Recovery Care Management, and Sober Companion services in Colorado and Nationwide.

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Take the first step

Taking the first step by making the call to get help is often times the hardest thing to do. Our certified addiction professionals are available to take your call at any time to provide guidance. We will help you make informed decisions based on our expertise about next steps towards addiction treatment and long-term recovery.

Knowledge and experience

Through years of working in the Substance Use and Mental Health treatment industry, we have developed valuable relationships with detox and rehabilitation centers, counselors, and other industry professionals. These relationships allow us to find the best solution for your situation.

Recovery is possible

We have a deep passion and desire to help others recover and see them thrive. We understand that living a life in recovery can be difficult at times, but so incredibly rewarding. Recovery is possible!


Drug and Alcohol Rehab Interventionist and Sober Companion in Colorado

Message from the founder

"It is our belief that people with Substance Use and Mental Health disorders get well when their resistance to the recovery process breaks down. This happens when they are able to connect and identify with compassionate people who understand and demonstrate wellness to them. At Surrender Consulting we aim to help our clients establish a newfound sense of freedom. We thrive in situations that are seemingly hopeless, because we fundamentally know how important it is to feel safe and supported in times of uncertainty."

- Alex Cable

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Testimonials

What people say about us

When I found myself extremely desperate to help my loved one, I found Alex. Not only did he provide a light for my family, he provided answers and hope. For the first time in a long time, I finally felt safe knowing my loved one was in his care. Alex was the bridge we needed for my loved one to find sobriety, and for that, my family is eternally grateful.

E.R.
Five star review

I remember feeling so alone, broken, and hopeless before I met Alex at the airport. I had recently been released from jail, and flown to state where I knew no one. Alex gave me hope that I was not alone on this journey to recovery. My family no longer feared for my safety, and they felt reassured that I would be taken care of by Alex.

Greg P.
Five star review

The path to sobriety we all know is not a walk in the park. Alex understands the anxiety, fear, and apprehension when people begin that journey.  He provides a glimpse of light and guides his clients through difficult times, while providing a form of stability for them.  Alex was instrumental to my son’s sobriety and for that I will always be thankful to him.

David C.
Five star review

After working with Surrender Consulting, me and my husband finally had a night of sleep knowing our son was in good hands. BothAlex and Griffin walked through every trial and tribulation with us, always reassuring what we were doing was the right thing to be done. Both of these men helped pull my family from a hopeless place.

Gemma C.
Five star review

After trying for years to help our friend get better, we finally found solace while working with Alex and Griffin. Their professionalism was unmatched and when push came to shove they never let us give up hope. I appreciate all the insight they gave us but what truly helped us was the level of care and compassion they had while working with us.

Cole G.
Five star review

Griffin came into my families life when we were so lost with what to do with our son. Through his guidance and support we felt hope for the first time in a long time. Wether it was taking our calls late into the night or spending days working directly with our son, Griffin always showed up for us. We will be forever grateful for the support and care he showed us.

C.E.
Five star review

The path to sobriety we all know is not a walk in the park. Alex understands the anxiety, fear, and apprehension when people begin that journey. He provides a glimpse of light and guides his clients through difficult times, while providing a form of stability for them. Alex was instrumental to my son’s sobriety and for that I will always be thankful to him.

David C.
Five star review

I remember feeling so alone, broken, and hopeless before I met Alex at the airport. I had recently been released from jail, and flown to state where I knew no one. Alex gave me hope, security, and a sense of certainty that I was no longer alone on this journey to recovery. My family no longer feared for my safety, and they felt reassured that I would be taken care of by Alex.

Greg P.
Five star review

When I found myself extremely desperate to help my loved one, I found Alex. Not only did he provide a light for my family, he provided answers and hope. For the first time in a long time, I finally felt safe knowing my loved one was in his care. Alex was the bridge we needed for my loved one to find sobriety, and for that, my family is eternally grateful.

E.R.
Five star review

After working with Surrender Consulting, me and my husband finally had a night of sleep knowing our son was in good hands. Both Alex and Griffin walked through every trial and tribulation with us, always reassuring what we were doing was the right thing to be done. Both of these men helped pull my family from a hopeless place.

Gemma C.
Five star review

After trying for years to help our friend get better, we finally found solace while working with Alex and Griffin. Their professionalism was unmatched and when push came to shove they never let us give up hope. I appreciate all the insight they gave us but what truly helped us was the level of care and compassion they had while working with us.

Cole G.
Five star review

Griffin came into my families life when we were so lost with what to do with our son. Through his guidance and support we felt hope for the first time in a long time. Wether it was taking our calls late into the night or spending days working directly with our son, Griffin always showed up for us. We will be forever grateful for the support and care he showed us.

C.E.
Five star review

We guide families on the road to recovery from drug and alcohol addiction

FAQ

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At Surrender Consulting we can help you discover which drug and alcohol rehab is best for you

What is an intervention and why is it necessary?

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An intervention is step-by-step process in which the power of love and support is used to help someone from spiraling further out of control. When executed effectively it can initiate the treatment and recovery process in a quick and painless way. Utilizing a team of professionals in an extremely stressful situation is highly recommended, especially if it’s a matter of life and death.

What is recovery coaching?

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The addiction treatment industry is changing every day. Recent evidence says that peer-to-peer services like recovery coaching promote pro-recovery behaviors and substantially reduces the risk of relapse. A skilled recovery coach is able to be client-centered, build trust and use directive coaching techniques to set measurable goals, and provide accountability in an authentic way. Addiction is a family illness, so while the majority of the work is hands on coaching with a client, a large portion is helping guide the entire family system through difficult decisions and learning healthy boundaries.

Why do we need a companion or transport service?

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Transitions are notoriously difficult for individuals in early recovery. Transport services offer a built-in safety net to help reduce the risk of relapse in getting from one place to another. Along with transitions, unhealthy environments and “high risk”situations can trigger a myriad of maladaptive coping skills. Companion services are a great option for individuals who do not have the ability to sequester themselves away from these distractions.

What is the difference between support and enabling?

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A person in crisis is typically experiencing an inability to fully care for themselves or demonstrate a normal level of executive functioning. This drop in functioning is often the result of addictive behaviors and lack of life-skills. Support is when a family system chooses to participate in the change process for their loved one by providing the resources necessary to meet their needs. Enabling occurs when the choice to support has been exploited and abused. As a result, the family system becomes enmeshed and co-dependent. Interdependence turns into dependence as boundaries get softer. Enablement can quickly turn disabling as addictive behaviors and lack of life-skills increase, thus perpetuating a cycle.

What do we do if our loved one relapses?

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This is always a tough question. One thought is to completely cut off all support knowing that this could mean arrests, homelessness, or physical harm. Another thought is to continue supporting them at all costs while running the risk of enabling and perpetuating the cycle. Finding a middle ground can be really hard. It never hurts to explore counseling and consultation during times of crisis. A professional will be able to understand the nature of the situation and start guiding the family towards solutions.

What is an intervention and why is it necessary?

An addiction intervention is step-by-step process in which the power of love and support is used to help someone from spiraling further out of control. When executed effectively it can initiate the treatment and recovery process in a quick and painless way. Utilizing a team of professionals in an extremely stressful situation is highly recommended, especially if it’s a matter of life and death.

What is care management and recovery coaching?

The addiction treatment industry is changing every day. Recent evidence says that peer-to-peer services such as recovery coaching promote pro-recovery behaviors and substantially reduces the risk of relapse. A skilled recovery coach is able to be client-centered, build trust, and use directive coaching techniques to set measurable goals and provide accountability in an authentic way. Addiction is a family illness, so while the majority of the work is hands-on coaching with a client, a large portion is helping guide the entire family system through difficult decisions and learning healthy boundaries.

Why do we need a sober companion or transport service?

Transitions are notoriously difficult for individuals in early recovery. Transport services offer a built-in safety net to help reduce the risk of relapse in getting from one place to another. Along with transitions, unhealthy environments and “high risk" situations can trigger a myriad of issues, including a relapse. Companion services are a great resource for individuals undergoing a difficult transition or stressful situation. We utilize a client-centered approach in order to adapt ourselves to their needs.

What is the difference between support and enabling?

Support is when a family system chooses to participate in the change process for their loved one by providing the resources necessary to meet their needs. Enabling occurs when that choice to support has been exploited and abused. As a result, the family system becomes enmeshed and co-dependent. Enabling quickly turns disabling as addictive behaviors and lack of life-skills increase. A large portion of our family coaching is around developing, implementing, and maintaining healthy boundaries.

What do we do if our loved one relapses?

This is always a tough question. One thought is to completely cut off all support knowing that this could mean arrests, homelessness, or physical harm. Another thought is to continue supporting them at all costs while running the risk of enabling and perpetuating the cycle. Finding a middle ground can be really hard. It never hurts to explore counseling and consultation during times of crisis. A professional will be able to understand the nature of the situation and start guiding the family towards solutions.

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