To overcome meth addiction, individuals must first attend meth detox. Detox is the process of ridding all toxic substances from one’s body. In this case, that toxic substance is primarily meth.
To successfully complete meth detox, individuals must tamper their use of meth until they get to the point where they no longer are using any meth, nor do they have any meth left in their systems.
While detoxing from meth, people will likely start experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms. To ensure that people receive the care that they need while detoxing from meth, they must attend medical detox.
Medical detox is detox in a facility that has doctors and medical staff on standby monitoring the entire detox process. By attending medical detox with doctors and medical staff on standby, individuals can be prescribed medications to help them manage their meth withdrawal symptoms. That way, people can safely complete meth detox and enter meth addiction treatment.
Meth Addiction Treatment
Like any form of substance addiction treatment, there are various different types of meth rehab. Individuals with severe meth addictions should attend inpatient or residential meth addiction treatment. That way, they can receive 24/7 care and monitoring in a structured and intensive environment.
A good alternative to inpatient forms of addiction treatment for people that want to receive intensive care without having to live in rehab facilities 24/7 is partial hospitalization program (PHP) treatment. PHP treatment is intensive rehab that occurs five to eight hours a day, five to seven days a week. When not in rehab though, PHP patients can live in their own homes and tend to their normal lives.
People with more moderate level meth addictions can attend intensive outpatient program (IOP) treatment. IOPs require their patients to attend rehab for around three to four hours a day, a few days a week.
Individuals with mild level meth addictions or people that just want to brush up on their addiction treatment, should enter standard outpatient program (OP) treatment. This is because OPs only require their patients to attend rehab for around a couple of hours a day, once or twice a week.
Receive Meth Addiction Treatment at Live Free Recovery
One ideal rehab facility to receive meth addiction treatment at is Live Free Recovery. This is because here at Live Free Recovery, we offer our patients a full continuum of care that treats a wide variety of substance addictions, including meth addiction. Here at Live Free Recovery, we even offer our patients sober living homes that they can stay in as they transition from treatment and recovery back into regular society.
Located in beautiful New Hampshire, Live Free Recovery is in the perfect, peaceful setting that one can overcome a meth addiction in. To learn more about Live Free Recovery and the different addiction treatment programs and services that we offer, contact us today! We would love to hear from you.