Methamphetamine (also called meth, crystal meth, and ice, among other terms) is an extremely addictive stimulant drug. Some users report that they became addicted after a single use of the drug. Long-term chronic use of methamphetamine can lead to a series of health issues, including mood disturbance, psychosis, and violent behavior. Seeking the help of a treatment center experienced in methamphetamine addiction increases the chances of successfully quitting.
Our proven approach to methamphetamine addiction treatment takes into account each of our client’s backgrounds and specific needs. Unlike other treatment programs, we focus on more than just abstinence. At Recovering Champions, we believe a successful treatment plan must address the underlying spiritual, emotional, and psychological causes of addiction.
To that end, we take a holistic, integrated approach to the disease of addiction by providing a supportive, welcoming environment to heal through customized treatments including:
Our integrated approach to treatment ensures each of our clients leaves our treatment program equipped with the tools they need to prevent relapse back into unfulfilling addictive behavior patterns.
Each client recovers from addictive behaviors differently.
That’s why we customize our treatment plans for our clients’ individual needs.
No matter the level of care needed, we ensure each client receives supervised treatment from licensed clinical experts.
Our clients build lasting friendships and lifelong recovery behaviors through our Recovering Champions family.
Every client receives an assessment and a personalized treatment plan from a licensed clinical professional.
Staff specialists can provide pharmacological medications alongside counseling and behavioral therapies.
Our personalized treatment plans are supported by the proven and successful 12 Steps to Recovery model.
Clients seamlessly transition between levels of care, ensuring they are accompanied by trusted team members at all times.
“Recovering Champions’ 12-step approach and great counseling gave my daughter hope for the future and freedom from addiction.”
David I. Parent of alumnus