Welcome to Methamphetamine Treatment

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The purpose of this site is to help meth users, parents, families, and friends who may have a loved one who is struggling with methamphetamine use and addiction. Our website is designed to help educate on the statistics of meth drug addiction and what warning signs are associated with methamphetamine use, abuse, and overdose. Our goal is to help meth addicts, families and friends of addicts, and those who may be experimenting with meth or other drugs find therapy or treatment to overcome these addictions and behaviors.

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How are Methamphetamines Used?
How are methamphetamines used? That is a question that many want to know, especially parents or individuals that are just curious so they can look for the warning signs that their teen or loved one might doing meth to get high. Keep reading to find out more.
Meth Detoxification
Meth detoxification is one of the first steps in treating meth use and addiction. The approach used for meth detoxification varies depending on the user, but needs to be followed by further treatment to help a meth user stay sober. More about meth detox.
Methamphetamine Abuse
Methamphetamine abuse can cause severe health problems, including brain damage and meth mouth. Meth addicts often find it difficult to obtain a full meth recovery. Keep reading to learn more about meth abuse, addiction, effects of meth on the brain, and meth treatment options.
Meth Effects
The effects of methamphetamine use reach much farther than the immediate meth high felt by the meth user. Learn how meth effects the brain and the short-term and long-term meth effects such as meth mouth, weight loss, hallucinations, delusions, and more...