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How to Find Meth Detox Help

You know you have a meth problem. You understand that if you continue to use, you will lose your life, your job, and your family. Once you realize this, it is time to find meth detox treatment.

Meth can be extremely difficult to get away from because of the powerful feelings and cravings it inspires. Even once you make the decision to seek professional help, with so many rehabs and detox centers available it can be hard to choose what’s best for your individual needs.

There is a simple way to find the help that you need. First you decide on what type of treatment you want and then on the location. Once you do this, you call a rehab or rehab referral center. Call our helpline 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?) for immediate treatment placement

Decide what Type of Meth Detox is Right for You

You cannot decide on what type of meth detox is right for you, unless you know your options. Although there are many options, they all boil down to three basic types. To find any of these types of treatment all you have to do is call 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?).

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient meth treatment is by far the most effective type of treatment. An inpatient treatment center usually employs the Matrix Model of Methamphetamine treatment. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the Matrix model is a 16 week program that combines multiple treatment forms such as:

  • Motivational therapy
  • Counseling
  • Supportive drug treatment
  • Behavioral therapy
  • Family therapy
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Inpatient meth detox provides counseling and behavioral therapy.

This model is known to be effective in treating meth abuse and preventing relapse.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment is possible but not generally recommended. During outpatient treatment  you stay at home but attend counseling sessions and other treatments daily or weekly depending on your addiction’s severity.

Combined Treatment

During combined treatment you stay at a detox center for the beginning of treatment and then move to an outpatient treatment center. This works better than outpatient treatment because if you are addicted to meth you need a few things during detox. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, these things are:

  • Meth addicts require several nights of good sleep in order to detox
  • Meth withdrawal causes agitation, irritability, aggression, psychosis, and sometimes violence
  • Meth addicts hallucinate or suffer from delusions during withdrawal
  • They might have deep wounds that need to be treated carefully
  • They often require more treatment than other addictions

After the initial period of detox, the patient then goes to counseling and utilizes other services as needed. This allows them to go home and back to work sooner.

Decide on Location

Location is extremely important when it comes to detoxing from meth. Sometimes a location that is far from home is best because:

  • You can’t get meth easily in a different town or state
  • You won’t be exposed to your triggers
  • There is more privacy the further you are away
  • There is less stress in a different location
  • You won’t be exposed to your friends that use

A location close to home has its advantages as well. The best advantage is if you decide on outpatient treatment you can be in your home and work during your treatment. The disadvantage is there is more of a chance of running into someone you know and having to explain your drug addiction.

Call a Qualified Rehab

The final step in how to find a meth detox rehab is calling a qualified rehab or rehab referral service. You can do this by simply calling 800-315-1376 (Who Answers?). We can help you find the meth detox center that works best for you.

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Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Calls to any general helpline will be answered or returned by one of the treatment providers listed, each of which is a paid advertiser: Rehab Media Group, Recovery Helpline, Alli Addiction Services.

By calling the helpline you agree to the terms of use. We do not receive any commission or fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a caller chooses. There is no obligation to enter treatment.

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