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Meth addiction can quickly lead to severe, sometimes life-threatening, problems with your physical and emotional health. People living with meth addiction require comprehensive, compassionate treatment for the condition’s physical, behavioral, and emotional aspects.
Understanding what happens in a meth addiction treatment program can help you know what to expect at each stage and prepare to get the most out of your treatment.
Each person has their own needs when it comes to meth rehab. Substance abuse and addiction treatment programs are offered in many settings and several levels of care, allowing people to get the tailored treatment they need.
All treatment programs have the same goals: to help people safely stop using drugs and alcohol, to provide them with the support, education, and therapies people need to develop healthy ways to manage their addiction and to help people avoid relapses for the rest of their lives.
There are two main levels of care in meth addiction treatment: inpatient and outpatient. In residential or inpatient programs, people live in the rehab facility while undergoing treatment. They work with licensed therapists, medical doctors, and mental health practitioners to stop using substances and learn the skills to stay sober. During treatment, they share a communal living space with other patients undergoing treatment for addiction.
Inpatient and residential programs are typically designed to support people who need intensive, round-the-clock care and supervision. People with difficult-to-treat addictions, mental illness, or who lack stable housing may benefit most from inpatient treatment.
In an outpatient program, patients receive high-quality treatment and support but continue to live at home. Outpatient meth rehab programs are available in several levels of care, including:
Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) require patients to attend daily treatment sessions. Typically, each daily session lasts between 3-4 hours. This level of care is the most intensive outpatient treatment program.
Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) typically require patients to attend 3-4 weekly treatment sessions. People may continue to work, attend school, or care for family members while receiving the care they need.
Outpatient rehab programs are the most flexible treatment option. Patients may attend just 1-2 sessions per week, making it the least intensive option. Some people may use outpatient rehab programs to help them transition out of a higher level of care or improve their relapse prevention skills later in recovery.
Meth addiction is a complex condition rooted in a person’s behaviors, biology, and history. Comprehensive meth addiction treatment programs provide a combination of evidence-based and holistic therapies that help people manage withdrawal, identify the roots of their addiction, and work toward meaningful, lifelong changes in their habits and ability to cope.
Here are the stages of meth addiction treatment.
Before you begin a meth rehab program, a doctor or addiction specialist will assess your needs and recommend a level of treatment to meet your needs. The assessment will consist of:
This evaluation will allow your treatment team to create a plan that will help you detox safely and learn the skills you need to stay sober for life.
If you have been using meth or other substances regularly or heavily, you will likely experience withdrawal symptoms during detox. Many people begin their recovery journey in a medically-supported detox program. During meth detox, medical, mental health, and other staff will provide supervision, treatment, and support, including:
Going through withdrawal in a secure, supportive setting allows you the best chance of a safe, complete detox.
After completing detox, you will move on to a treatment program that includes evidence-based and holistic therapies to support your recovery. Meth addiction treatment plans typically include:
The length of time you spend in a meth rehab program depends on the severity of your addiction, your overall health, and other factors. Many people start in an intensive level of care, like inpatient rehab, and move to a lower level of treatment as their recovery progresses.
Addictions can never be cured. Instead, people must learn how to manage the symptoms of addiction and stay engaged in recovery for the rest of their lives. During treatment, you will develop an aftercare plan that may include:
Your aftercare plan should include activities, resources, and community support. Following your aftercare plan can help you avoid relapse or get back on track after a challenge or setback.
At Mandala Healing Center, we inspire healing in our patients through compassionate care. Going beyond the conventional approach of detoxification, patients at our facility are inspired to fully heal in an environment designed to nourish their entire being.
Clients are taken on a journey of healing through complete immersion into evidence-based clinical modalities, multifaceted alternative therapies, and expert medical management, allowing them to fully detox and recover from drug and alcohol addictions. Through a program of care designed to encourage change, a foundation is created that allows clients to find their higher purpose and reclaim their lives.
If you or a loved one are suffering from meth addiction or would like to learn more about your treatment options, please reach out to our dedicated admissions counselors today.
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