Amphetamines were originally produced to treat disorders like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. Some people use amphetamines to promote wakefulness or as diet aids because amphetamine ingestion usually results in a decreased appetite and weight loss. Similar to other synthetic substances, amphetamines stimulate or excite the central nervous system, which can result in feelings of higher energy, focus,confidence and to some degree, euphoria.
Amphetamine misuse is a major problem in the United States. Like opiates, amphetamines are highly addictive and disruptive to a person’s life when used recreationally.
If you or a loved one is struggling with substance use disorder, know that there is hope for recovery through treatment. The Recovery Village,offers comprehensive amphetamine addiction treatment options that are individualized to meet a person’s specific needs.The Recovery Village treats addiction and co-occurring disorders to propel clients forward on their journey to sobriety. This includes one-on-one counseling sessions, therapist-led support groups, and psychiatric and medical support.
The experienced staff at The Recovery Village have helped many people through the amphetamine addiction rehab process.
Amphetamine Addiction Treatment Options
Every person is unique and so is their experience with addiction. For that reason, using a recovery plan that is tailored to the specific needs of each person is the most effective approach to amphetamine addiction treatment.
The Recovery Village staff performs an evaluation on each individual seeking treatment, assess their personality and other factors in order to meet their unique clinical needs. The staff therapist will then coordinate a personalized recovery plan for their amphetamine addiction rehab.
At The Recovery Village, amphetamine rehab is structured around four steps:
- Assessment — Assessment begins when an individual first speaks to a representative over the telephone or through the web chat service. When the individual make the decision to fight their substance use disorder and seek help, their team of doctors and therapists begin crafting an individualized treatment plan. An individual’s recovery plan is theirs and theirs alone, based on their communication style,circumstances, co-occurring disorder and many other factors. Once the individual enters treatment, their plan may evolve as their treatment team gets to know them better.
- Detoxification — When the client arrives at an amphetamine treatment center, detox is often the first step.This step is necessary because an individual’s mind can only be clear enough to enter recovery once their body is free from amphetamine. Because detox can be dangerous without medical supervision, an individual should undergo this process at a credentialed amphetamine rehab facility that has medical professionals onsite, such as The Recovery Village.
- Rehabilitation — When detox is complete, the emotional healing process can begin. During treatment for amphetamines, the clients work with their treatment team — especially their therapist — to figure out the core issues that drove the development of their addiction. They will engage in regular one-on-one therapy with their therapist, as well as group therapy. The individual will receive medical support from their doctor, and their psychiatrist will provide any psychiatric assistance that they may need for recovery.
- Aftercare — Amphetamine use disorder can be a challenge, but with the right treatment, it can managed. In order to ensure long-term recovery, aftercare is a necessary step. After completing a treatment plan it’s time to bring the skills they’ve learned back into the real world, outside of The Recovery Village campus. Before leaving treatment, specialists help the individual arrange a complete aftercare and setback-prevention plan, prior to their discharge and departure.
Inpatient Rehab for Amphetamine Addiction
After detoxification, rehabilitation begins. Depending on the factors involved in an individual’s substance use disorder, they may be a candidate for inpatient rehab. This form of treatment allows the individual to live onsite at The Recovery Village, where they will benefit from daily care and medical oversight. Residential treatment is necessary if a client is not able to be unsupervised due to the intensity of their amphetamine cravings.
While in inpatient treatment at The Recovery Village, clients stay in comfortable rooms with easy access to amenities. During the day, individuals have the chance to engage in a variety of therapies. They will begin to develop the life skills that are necessary for them to enter and remain in life-long recovery. The client will learn to improve their daily function not only through meetings with their therapist and support groups, but also through alternative activities such as art or recreation therapy.
Many individuals in inpatient rehab with substance use disorders suffer from a co-occurring mental illness such as depression or bipolar disorder. This is also known as a dual diagnosis. If a client’s psychiatrist determines they would benefit from pharmaceutical intervention, The Recovery Village can provide a comprehensive treatment plan for well-rounded healing.
Inpatient rehab can last anywhere from a few weeks to a few months. The length of time all depends on an individual’s unique substance use disorder circumstances and how they respond to medical treatment. Some individuals find that traveling out of state for inpatient treatment allows them to get a fresh start. Sometimes it is necessary to undergo treatment close to home, but a client may benefit from branching out. They may want to discuss this with their family before deciding where to receive help. Representatives are available to answer questions to help make their decision easier.
A client may wonder if they really need inpatient care. Only treatment professionals can determine that answer. Which is why evaluation and assessment is the first step in building a treatment plan. For those who need to tend to work or family obligations and cannot live on-site for inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization programs are available.
Outpatient Rehab for Amphetamine Addiction
If an individual does not need inpatient care or partial hospitalization, they may be directed to a lower level of care like outpatient rehab. Outpatient treatment is only suitable for those individuals who are at a level of recovery where they are able to be alone without succumbing to intense cravings.
The difference between inpatient and outpatient rehab has to do with the amount of time a person spends at an amphetamine rehab center. While inpatient care requires that clients live on campus, outpatient rehab means they engage in therapy part-time and can return to their own home at night.
Group therapy is a significant part of treatment plans at The Recovery Village and other treatment centers. Group sessions provide a safe, supportive environment where clients and their peers can talk about a variety of experiences related to their substance use disorders. Everything discussed remains confidential so they can feel confident about opening up.
At The Recovery Village,group therapy sessions are led by one or more licensed therapists. This ensures that the group stays on track and that everyone in the group gets the opportunity to participate. Sessions are usually about an hour long and are held several times per week, with different topics discussed each session.
Some of the most common group therapy topics may include:
- Living with addiction in recovery
- Managing stressful situations
- Handling difficult emotions
- Fending off cravings
- Maintaining healthy relationships
- Avoiding codependency
- Managing medications
- Working through trauma
- Developing good social skills
- Working within family dynamics
This form of therapy provides individuals in treatment with the chance to learn new coping techniques, practice their communication skills, and gain new hope and strength from their peers. Perhaps most importantly, group sessions reinforce a crucial message — that they are not alone. Whether the person next to them is also struggling with amphetamine misuse, or they are facing something totally different like alcoholism, they can support one another and develop a friendship based on sobriety and the desire to get well. Some group therapy sessions may even focus on family. After all, substance use disorder is rarely an isolated issue, but rather a sign of dysfunction in an individual’s personal life — specifically when it comes to family members.
Family therapy sessions enable spouses, partners, parents, or children to join clients for counseling. These individuals may be invited to private family group sessions or to open group sessions held alongside other clients and their families. Family group therapy is rarely easy because it often brings up troubling issues like relationship conflicts, other family members’ substance use problems, or past hurtful experiences within the family. Despite the discomfort, it is crucial to an individual’s healing that they and their family address these problems together. This allows the client to heal alongside the people they love the most.
Paired Dual Diagnosis and Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
It is very common for people undergoing treatment for amphetamines to have co-occurring disorders. If you are struggling with amphetamine use disorder and a co-occurring mental health disorder, recovery can feel almost impossible. Substance use disorder and mental health symptoms can exacerbate one another, causing constant physical and mental turmoil.
The Recovery Village,offers an integrated treatment approach for those dealing with co-occurring disorders. Staff members incorporate mental health recovery tactics into client recovery plans from day one.
For most, comprehensive treatment is the best way to reach lasting recovery from both the substance use disorder and the mental health disorder. The ultimate goal is to help the client become stable, healthy and sober.
Generally speaking, if you are addicted to amphetamines and also notice symptoms of a mental health problem, you may have a co-occurring disorder and need treatment for both conditions. A professional psychiatric evaluation can help identify co-occurring disorders. Note if you feel sad or anxious a lot of the time, or if you have recently self-harmed or thought of suicide. If you have ongoing relationship or employment difficulties, these can also indicate the presence of a mental health condition.
Paying for Amphetamine Drug Rehab
If clients have health insurance, their provider may offer coverage for treatment for amphetamines. The cost of amphetamine addiction treatment is very different from facility to facility. Treatment for a long-term recovery is invaluable and there are options to help with payment.
Does Insurance Cover Amphetamines Treatment?
Some facilities accept health insurance, while others accept only cash payment, in full, at the time of admission. It is in a client’s best interest to seek maximum benefits from their provider to make sure they get the recovery treatment they need. The Recovery Village is happy to work with many insurance providers to help give clients access to affordable addiction treatment. Representatives at The Recovery Village are always available over the phone at no cost.
Many providers offer insurance coverage for several levels of treatment — depending on an individual’s needs — but they may limit the duration of rehab. Some providers will only pay for outpatient programs. To learn more about your coverage, The Recovery Village offers an online insurance verification to help you determine your next steps.
Alternative Payment Options
If a client doesn’t currently have insurance coverage, there are several alternative financing options available, including private pay. Some may even choose to seek state and local government programs like Medicare or Medicaid.
If you have any additional questions about how you can receive treatment coverage for you or a loved one, call The Recovery Village, or use the web chat services to speak with a representative today.
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