Our Vision2019-09-29T23:11:45+00:00

Our Vision

"My passion is helping people"

Patricia Pike
CanAm Interventions


Patricia Pike holds citizenship in both the U.S. and Canada that has given her much freedom to cross borders and to have a wide diverse cultural perspective of working both in the U.S., and Canada. She is very familiar with the social elements in her birth county of Canada and she has a clear understanding of the culture in the U.S.

After 17 years of working in the addiction and mental health field, Ms. Pike’s had the vision to work internationally across the U.S., and Canada’s borders. In 2011, she opens a private practice intervention & case management professional services focusing on addiction & complex mental health and trauma and to facilitate treatment resources for untreated addicted persons and their families.

 Can Am Interventions, our goal is to break the cycle of addicted behaviors from the devastating cycle of addiction and complex mental health for adults, adolescents, and their families. Our professional services include facilitation of drug & alcohol professional interventions, case management, and sober support services, using a client-centered loving and caring approach.

Across Canada and the United States border, and across addictions, we will provide a caring yet effective and client-centered individualized approach interventions, a continuum of aftercare services for both the client and their families,  to start on the path of a family recovery story.

The objective of an intervention is to educate, facilitate change within the structure of the family and promote recovery. An intervention is a lifesaving mission whereby a loving family member and concerned friends or employers are educated about addictions and mental health, led by a trained addiction interventionist,  to help a loved one by providing them with an opportunity for recovery.

Professional Interventions interrupts, “The Cycle of Addictions”, helps untreated persons and their families create a story of Recovery. Reference from Network Times.