--> Meth Rehab

Talk to a Counselor Now

1 (800) 570-4562

Meth Addiction Treatment

Meth RehabClients admitted to our meth rehab facility are examined by our medical and clinical staff who will determine the client's level of addiction and treatment protocol to be followed. Although methamphetamine is a highly addictive drug, no acute symptoms are evident at the time of methamphetamine withdrawal. Clients attending our residential drug rehab program are educated on how their bodies react throughout the withdrawal process and they are engaged in biofeedback sessions. This holistic approach in treating individuals struggling with a meth addiction utilizes the combination of music, choreographed imagery, vibrations and binaural beats which induces a natural meditative state. The purpose of biofeedback therapy is to bring balance and harmony to the client's life by teaching them the practice of deep-breathing and the engagement of positive emotional thoughts. When using these techniques, clients are able to establish a coherence baseline and are able to take charge of their emotional reactions.

Presently, there are no proven medications to treat meth addiction, rather treatment is offered through therapeutic services. So, when clients are admitted solemnly for a meth addiction treatment they are presented with a recommendation to the most appropriate rehab program.

Conventionally, residential rehab is the recommended choice of treatment simply because it provides the time and the environment clients need to fully absorb and immerse themselves into the program. At a residential addiction treatment program, clients receive structured therapeutic treatment, alternative holistic therapeutic services, and reside with peers who are going through the same experience with whom they can share the same thoughts and feelings.

Understanding Meth Addiction

Understanding Meth AddictionMethamphetamine (also called meth, crystal, chalk, and ice, among other terms) is an extremely addictive stimulant drug that is chemically similar to amphetamine.

Regular meth use changes the functioning of the brain. One result is tolerance, in which more of the drug is needed to achieve the same intensity of effect. Meth dependence is largely considered a progressive condition, characterized by the need to continue meth use to avoid withdrawal symptoms, despite undeniable problems associated with continued use. Meth dependence is a serious health issue, potentially leading to an overall self-destructive lifestyle, including problems relating to loved ones, and chronic health problems. Understanding the underlying issues associated with the individual's meth abuse is often the key to a successful treatment and recovery. For example, individuals struggling with meth addiction often started abusing meth to self-medicate. Trauma, depression and anxiety are often associated with meth abuse. In order for a meth addict to recover, any of these mental health conditions need to be addressed in conjunction with the medical meth addiction treatment.

Those who are dependent on meth experience:

  • A craving for meth
  • A loss of control over their meth use and abuse
  • Withdrawal symptoms when they are not using meth; and
  • an increased tolerance to meth so that they have to have more to achieve the same effect

To learn more about our drug addiction treatment and program highlights visit:

Addiction Treatment Programs Overview

Drug Detox

Drug Treatment and Rehab Center

Discharge Planning

Continuum Care