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About Our Crystal Meth Rehab Program

Ending the cycle of methamphetamine (Crystal Meth) abuse is a very hard prospect for those who use the drug habitually. If you are presently dependent on the drug, Sober Freedom maintains a number of treatment facilities that specialize in residential treatment and detox from this increasingly used drug of abuse. If you’re a family member, spouse or friend of someone who uses it, you’re probably well aware that the drug is exceedingly addictive and that when users come down from the drug, they “crash” very hard. Call us at today 866.434.2630 to find out how we can help.

Ending the Cycle of Abuse Before it Kills Someone

The first step to ending the cycle of crystal meth abuse is admitting you have a problem and taking action to resolve it. Sober Freedom maintains a staff of caring professionals available to take calls 24 hours a day from people dependent on the drug, from family members and from friends of those who know someone addicted to it. Call us at 866.434.2630 to learn more about the various treatment options we offer around the country.

Methamphetamine abuse has been on a sharply rising trend since the 1990’s. And, it’s no wonder. Crystal Meth, as methamphetamines are commonly referred to, are an inexpensive, far more potent alternative to cocaine. Crystal Meth can be made with materials purchased at drug stores. It is often “cooked” in home based labs. All these things combined make it an easy drug to make, inexpensive to buy and since the high is so powerful, it makes the drug that much more difficult to stop using.

The Dangers of Crystal Meth Use – It’s Not too Late

Crystal meth is made from a toxic combination of over the counter drugs including diet drugs and decongestants as well as the following destructive agents: drain cleaner, lye, butane, hydrochloric acid, ammonia, iodine and red phosphorous. Other chemicals may be used in the process of manufacturing and in cutting the drug as well. Alone, any of these chemicals can cause irreparable harm to the tissues and organs of the human body, but crystal meth use harms some areas of the body more than others.

Users of crystal meth will experience skin sores, rotting teeth, damage to the nasal septum, damage to the kidneys and liver, heart and brain. Heavy use can cause heart attacks, stroke and death from overdose.

How Do I Enter a Treatment Program for Crystal Meth?

Most people seeking help for drug addiction are surprised to find there are a wealth of resources available for them to turn to. However, many people that are considering treatment may not take the first step towards recovery unless they know exactly what they can expect from treatment.

Sober Freedom helps people understand what treatment will be like, what the various facilities for crystal meth treatment are like and helps them find a way to pay for and get to treatment safely.

The Role of Insurance: Many people use their existing health insurance to cover the cost of treatment. However, if you do not have insurance, don’t worry. Sober Freedom will help you find a way to get the treatment you deserve.The last thing you should worry about is how to pay for treatment or how to request payment for treatment from an insurance provider. Dealing with insurance companies is not very fun. We take that burden off of your shoulders.

For Concerned Parents, Spouses, Family & Friends

Users of crystal meth can be very difficult to persuade to enter treatment. Many of them simply do not recognize the severity of the problems they have while to the others around them, the problem is readily apparent. If this is the case with you, please understand that Sober Freedom is here to help you. You can call us at any time to discuss how we can help you get your loved one in to treatment. Sometimes this may simply involve a phone call or conference call. In other instances, it may take a family intervention. Sober Freedom maintains a team of licensed drug and alcohol interventionist’s that are able to come to you and help you schedule an intervention and get your loved one the treatment they deserve.

It’s Never too Late to Get Help

Breaking the cycle of crystal meth addiction is not easy but with the right treatment and care, you will recover. Sober Freedom maintains facilities across the United States and we will get you the help you deserve. Call us at 866.434.2630 to learn more about your options and how we can help you get in to recovery right away.

  • What Does Rehab Look Like?

    We’re not restricted to a specific treatment program; instead we can create a treatment program that’s right for you. With facilities across the country we can design a program to fit your individual needs with a location conducive for your particular style of recovery.

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  • Rehabilitation By The Beach
    Sober Freedom maintains treatment facilities in beach communities in California and in Florida. If you’re looking to focus on recovery in a beautiful setting, ask a staff member about our beach close facilities.

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Crystal Meth Drug Rehab

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Crystal Meth Detox

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If you’re suffering from or afraid of experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms, we can help. Sober Freedom offers detox programs nationwide.

Crystal Meth Intervention

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The Realities of Crystal Meth Use

The Beginning

Crystal meth use begins somewhere. For most, it’s a recreational drug used after experiencing marijuana and alcohol or cocaine, as an alternative. The rush a new user feels is incomparable to other stimulant drugs. The effects are long lasting, intense and the user experiences a distinct feeling of empowerment. Coming down from crystal meth is terrible and most users find the body pain, depression and mental confusion is easily swept away from additional use. This leads to binging.

Binging

One of the greatest dangers associated with using crystal meth is that the high experienced by the user, over time, diminishes in its potency. More of the drug needs to be taken to feel the rush, sense of euphoria and stimulation experienced in the past. As tolerance grows, so too does the required amount of the drug needed to get high again increase. The user experiences greater withdrawal symptoms leading to the need to use even more. At this stage, the body is already being harmed to the point it may no longer be able to physically recover from the long term effects of the drug. When the user is unable to feel good from taking the drug anymore, it leads to tweaking.

Tweaking

When you’ve taken enough meth to stay awake for days, even weeks on end, serious psychological effects begin. It is not uncommon for tweakers to experience full blown psychosis, hallucinations that are both visual and auditory or drug induced schizophrenia. This is exceedingly dangerous because at this stage, addicts are prone to callous acts of unprovoked violence. They can just as easily self mutilate or become a serious harm to self or commit suicide. One of the ways tweakers may try and come down from the drug is to mix it with a legal depressant: alcohol. Combining alcohol and crystal meth at this stage almost always leads to violent behavior, criminal behavior and/or psychological breakdown.

Hitting Bottom

Hitting bottom is a relative term for users of crystal meth. It can come at any stage in the cycle of abuse. However, most people seek treatment during the binging and tweaking stages of addiction. More often than not, hitting a bottom and seeking out help is often accompanied by loss of friends and family, employment or run-ins with the law.