Methamphetamine is a powerful, habit-forming drug. With each hit, damage is being done to key receptors in the brain which makes it near-impossible to feel new pleasures without the help of meth. Meth addiction can form quickly and be difficult to break free from without professional help. And without treatment, those who use meth are at a high risk of developing serious health problems, experiencing legal trouble, and struggling in their personal lives.
At NuLife Behavioral Health Massachusetts, we understand how difficult it can be to break free from meth addiction. That’s why we offer a comprehensive treatment program that is designed to meet the unique needs of each individual. Through effective, evidence-based substance abuse treatment, it’s possible to overcome meth addiction and build a foundation for long-term recovery.
If you or someone you love is struggling with meth addiction, we encourage you to reach out to our team at 888.568.2057 today.
Signs of Meth Addiction
Meth is an illicit drug, which means that any use of it is considered abuse. This dangerous drug is known to cause a powerful, euphoric high that can quickly lead to addiction. Some of the most common signs of meth addiction include:
- Using meth despite negative consequences, such as job loss or relationship problems
- Experiencing intense cravings for meth
- Requiring larger doses of meth to feel the same effects
- Spending a significant amount of time using meth, recovering from its effects, or both
- Giving up important activities in favor of using meth
- Continuing to use meth despite physical or mental health problems caused by its use
Treatment for Meth Addiction
At NuLife Behavioral Health Massachusetts, our goal is to help those struggling with meth addiction build a foundation for long-term recovery. Our comprehensive treatment program includes evidence-based therapies and services that are designed to meet the unique needs of each individual.
Some of the evidence-based therapies and services we offer include:
- Individual therapy – Working one-on-one with a therapist can help you understand your unique experience with meth addiction and develop healthy coping skills.
- Group therapy – Addiction can be isolating. In group therapy, you’ll connect with others who are also working to overcome meth addiction. This can provide invaluable support and allow you to share your experiences and learn from others.
- Family therapy – Addiction doesn’t just impact the individual struggling with substance abuse. It also takes a toll on those closest to them. In family therapy, you’ll work with a therapist and your loved ones to heal your relationships and improve communication.
The goal of treatment is to help you stop using meth, develop healthy coping skills, and build a foundation for long-term recovery. Our alumni program can provide ongoing support as you transition back into your everyday life.
If you or someone you love is struggling with meth addiction, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our team today. Early intervention is critical to the success of treatment, so don’t wait to get help.
Find Help for Meth Addiction at NuLife Behavioral Health Massachusetts
If you or someone you love is struggling with meth addiction, the team at NuLife Behavioral Health Massachusetts is here to help. Through effective outpatient care, it’s possible to overcome meth addiction and build a foundation for long-term recovery. And for those who are struggling with both addiction and mental health issues, we offer dual diagnosis treatment that can address both sets of challenges.
To learn more about our program or to get started with treatment, please call us today at 888.568.2057. We’re here to help you navigate this difficult time and we look forward to working with you.