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Meth addiction is a very serious condition that can be fatal, but it can be treated with physical and psychological methods. These methods for meth treatment are typically provided at a drug rehabilitation facility like The Recovery Village by medical professionals. With several locations throughout the country, The Recovery Village offers comprehensive, individualized treatment plans for anyone with methamphetamine addiction. Whether this is your first time entering rehab, you’re getting back on track after a relapse, or you just have questions about treatment for meth addiction, our team is here to help.

Every facility of The Recovery Village is staffed with a team of professionals that understands meth addiction and how to most effectively treat it. Meth treatment options aren’t the same for everyone, and they ultimately depend on a variety of factors. These include the person’s gender, the length of their addiction, and whether there are any other co-occurring disorders present, such as depression or anxiety. There are different levels of meth treatment:

Medical detox is the first step of the meth rehabilitation process at The Recovery Village, which involves flushing the body of drugs and any other harmful substances. But before this process begins, a team of doctors, therapists, counselors and support staff thoroughly evaluates each client to determine their needs and formulate a meth treatment plan. The detoxification process is primarily centered around withdrawal, which can result in discomfort and stress on the body and mind. Specially trained doctors supervise every client during this process to ensure that detoxification progresses in a safe, comfortable manner. Once the detox process is complete, the rehabilitation phase begins, which involves physical and psychological care to address the damage that meth addiction has done to the body and mind.

During inpatient meth rehabilitation, clients reside on The Recovery Village’s campus. They can engage with other meth treatment recipients and participate in various forms of therapy. These include cognitive behavioral therapy and contingency management methods, which have been shown to be very successful in treating meth addiction. As with all programs at The Recovery Village, inpatient rehabilitation maintains complete confidentiality. The intensive nature of the program is highly effective and allows clients to fully commit themselves to meth treatment.

The inpatient meth treatment option is particularly convenient for individuals who come from out of state, though many people seeking rehab care are from the local area. One of the benefits of living on campus is that it provides a healthy environment, free from addiction triggers. The inpatient option also allows clients full, around-the-clock access to medical personnel in case of an emergency.

Clients in inpatient rehab regularly meet one-on-one with an individual counselor and participate in group therapy. Group therapy sessions focus on a variety of issues associated with addiction, such as relationship issues and trauma survival. The Recovery Village also provides scientifically supported holistic therapy options, including yoga and equine-assisted therapy.

Comparable to inpatient rehab, partial hospitalization offers onsite housing and access to staff 24 hours a day. It’s typically a step down from inpatient rehab, but some individuals can transition from medical detox to PHP. In this program, clients are only required to be at the treatment facility on a part-time basis. This level is best for clients who have a great outside support system. It includes various features to aid in treatment and recovery, including:

  • Comprehensive evaluation and treatment planning
  • Medication management
  • Daily group therapy sessions that address any of the following topics:
    • Substance abuse
    • Introduction to the 12 steps
    • Family patterns
    • Grief and loss
    • Recreational therapy
  • Yoga
  • Gym exercises
  • Outdoor sports (volleyball, basketball, etc.)
  • Aftercare and discharge planning

In outpatient rehab and intensive outpatient care, clients don’t live on campus. Instead, they come and go to the facility during the day. This type of meth treatment is typically recommended for individuals who have been doing well in inpatient therapy or PHP for some time. Most clients in this program have already undergone detoxification and inpatient rehabilitation. Outpatient therapy can also be beneficial for those with less severe or more recent conditions. 

Outpatient care at The Recovery Village includes:

The outpatient therapy option offers a greater level of independence and autonomy for clients transitioning back into their daily lives, allowing them to care for the needs of their homes and families. Families often require assistance to process and address the changes in the life of their loved one, and family therapy is regularly included in meth treatment plans. It’s often a good option for those with a safe home and strong support system. However, if a safe and supportive home is not available, sober living houses are available. The accountability and support of outpatient rehabilitation at The Recovery Village provides a clear connection to medical personnel and addiction specialists, enveloping people in a network of care.

The final stage of meth treatment is aftercare. Aftercare planning during treatment is essential to help clients avoid relapse after they graduate from a program. Our aftercare plans often involve scheduled checkups with doctors and therapists at home to ensure that each client practices the sober living skills they learned in rehab.

Each person’s journey of rehabilitation and recovery is different. Meth treatment success rates are generally on-par with other highly addictive drugs. Many people make a successful recovery, and in turn, can regain their physical health, relationships and any other things lost to their addiction. Recovery is an ongoing process for those who have ever been addicted to methamphetamine, and it can last a lifetime.

Just like any other form of health care, drug rehabilitation costs money. The price of rehabilitation varies depending on the level of care received, as well as the length of time that a person is undergoing treatment. Many health insurance companies can cover portions of the cost. However, the amount of coverage varies by company and plan. Ask your insurance company what they cover, in terms of addiction recovery treatment. At The Recovery Village, we understand that the cost of rehabilitation can be prohibitive to those seeking to recover from addiction. That’s why we accept most insurances as well as private pay. Call our intake coordinators to discuss your financial situation. You can also use our online benefits checker.

There are hundreds of meth rehab centers all over the country. To find one near you, hover over the “Treatment by State” tab at the top of the page, and click on your state and city. If you’d like to speak with someone about the meth addiction treatment centers that are part of The Recovery Village’s network, call the number on your screen. Lines are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and there’s no obligation to enroll in treatment.