Meth Addiction Treatment

Methamphetamine Addiction Treatment Program

Detox, Outpatient and Adult Residential Services

Methamphetamine is a stimulant that’s highly addictive. Approximately, 1 million people use meth each year, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Meth addiction is found to be common among young adults, around 19 years old.

Client-Focused Meth Addiction Treatment Center

Located in New Jersey, Pennsylvania & Massachusetts

Meth Addiction Treatment Center

Here at Summit Helps, we offer meth addiction treatment that is client-focused. By creating a treatment plan that’s centered toward the patient’s history and needs, has led many to the freedom of meth addiction recovery. If dependent on methamphetamine, the patient will first be enrolled in our meth detox program to safely detox from this powerful stimulant.

An initial evaluation will provide the history of substance abuse and mental illness. This will help our skilled clinicians determine the route of meth addiction treatment planning. We use a wide variety of holistic treatment and therapies that will help you detox and overcome meth addiction.

Meth Treatment Options:

  • Detoxification
  • Outpatient Treatment
  • Adult Residential
  • 12 Step Program
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • On-Going Support and Addiction Management

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  • Effects of Meth Addiction

    Located in New Jersey, Pennsylvania & Massachusetts

    Methamphetamine can alter a person’s mind to the point where all they can think about is the next time they use meth. There are both long term and short term effects of this drug. Short term effects can include: increased alertness, decreased appetite, rush feeling, increased heartbeat, and hypothermia.

    Long term use of this drug can cause a loss of interest in anything besides the feeling the drug gives. This also leads to increase meth abuse which leads to dependence. Other serious effects this drug produces is extreme changes in behavior including: anxiety, moods, and insomnia.

    Methamphetamine Withdrawal

    Signs & Symptoms

    Chronic meth use often times leads to dependence. When your body becomes dependent of a drug, withdrawal symptoms occur when the drug is not being consumed.

    Meth Withdrawal Signs and Symptoms Can Include:

    • Intense Cravings
    • Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Fatigue

    Meth dependence can produce significant, sometimes deadly, withdrawal symptoms.

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