Methamphetamine Addiction Treatment in Chattanooga

Effective Meth Rehab Programs from People Who Care

Methamphetamine — more commonly known as “meth” or by street names such as ice, crystal, or glass — is one of the most addictive and dangerous drugs there is. There is no “just once” with meth. When a person tries meth, they can become dependent on the drug. As meth is used more often and in greater quantities, it has the potential to destroy a person’s physical and mental health, as well as their financial well-being and relationships.

Freeing yourself from the grips of methamphetamine addiction is not an easy feat. Recovery is a lifelong process that requires hard work, dedication, and a commitment to be better every single day. Although moving on from substance abuse will take a lot of work on your part, you don’t have to do it alone. The Chattanooga Recovery Center team is here to help you and guide you on your path to recovery.

If you are interested in speaking with our team, complete our contact form or call (423) 226-5331 today.

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At Chattanooga Recovery Center, we walk alongside you as you work to overcome your addiction to live a sober life.

Effects of Methamphetamine Addiction

Using meth can ravage a person’s teeth, skin, and internal organs, as well as devastate their mental health and perception of reality. The effects of methamphetamine addiction can be difficult to recover from, but doing so is not impossible. Recognizing the impact that drug use can have on your body and brain is an important step on the road to recovery.

Some of the effects of methamphetamine abuse include:

  • Psychosis
  • Hallucinations
  • Memory loss
  • Decreased cognitive ability
  • Mobility issues
  • Aggression
  • Weight loss
  • Mood issues
  • Dental damage

In addition to the effects that meth can cause while a person is using, ceasing use of the drug can lead to withdrawal symptoms. The severity of withdrawal symptoms can cause serious harm to a person; it is essential to get the help of a professional to stop using meth.

Our Programs and Approach

At Chattanooga Recovery Center, we offer many different programs so every person’s recovery path can be tailored to their needs. Regardless of which program you are enrolled in, you will be helped by people who understand your situation and genuinely care about your recovery. We utilize a hands-on approach to ensure there is always somebody available to help.

Our available programs for methamphetamine addiction treatment include:

  • Intensive outpatient program — This program provides patients with the guidance and resources of a recovery program, while still allowing them to live at home, fulfill obligations, and see loved ones.

  • Medication assisted treatment — Detox medications are used to taper down drug use. This is a good option for people who have a chemical dependence on meth and require more than therapy and non-medical methods to recover.

  • Night outpatient treatment — Treatment in this program is conducted at night. It is a convenient option for people who work full time or have other obligations during the day.

  • Partial hospitalization program — This program incorporates a medical component and provides structure and guidance, but is less intensive than an inpatient program.

Within each of our programs, we utilize treatment methods such as adventure-based counseling, brainmapping, and trauma intervention models. Contact us today to learn more about these programs and get started on your recovery today.

We Are Available to Answer Your Questions

The Chattanooga Recovery Center team is here to guide you through the recovery process at every step of the way. To get started on your treatment, contact us today.

Call (423) 226-5331 or send us a message to get in touch with our team.

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