Kevin Graves is a skilled and caring interventionist with There is Hope Interventions, LLC. He began working as an interventionist in 2005 and was originally mentored by his father, Sam Graves, a co-founder of Serenity Lane, a leading treatment center for alcoholism and drug abuse.
Prior to his work as an interventionist, Kevin received a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (Fuller Theological Seminary) in 1990 and was in private practice for eight years. He also holds a Master of Arts in Theology (Fuller).
Kevin's experiences as a marriage and family therapist, a minister, and a specialist with at-risk youth gives him a wealth of experience to draw from and help shape his intervention approach.
One of the frequently asked questions is, "What is your success rate?" The primary goal of the intervention is to get the loved one into treatment. In approximately 90% of the interventions Kevin has conducted, the alcoholic or addict has gone into treatment.
Kevin and his wife have been married 32 years and live on the Oregon Coast. He enjoys golfing with his son, walking on the beach with his wife, and reading good books. Kevin has 20+ years of sobriety/recovery as an alcoholic and is passionate about helping families get their loved ones on the road to recovery.