Johnson: An intervention model developed by the late Episcopal priest Vernon Johnson that operates under the core belief that people are capable of making the decision to get sober themselves and usually do so as a result of several minor problems as opposed to one “rock bottom.” This model aims to inspire the person suffering to get help so he or she will benefit not only their own life but the lives of their entire family and community. This method is generally comprised of seven components, explained in more detail here.
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