Our Vision is that everyone in need of treatment for chemical dependency receives the compassion and respect that they deserve while being offered the best clinical care available.
Methamphetamine is known to possess a high addiction and dependence liability. Heavy recreational use of methamphetamine may lead to a post-acute-withdrawal syndrome, which can persist for months beyond the typical withdrawal period. Risks of methamphetamine use include increased risk of contracting infectious diseases such as HIV and hepatitis B and C. Outside of the many health risks, methamphetamine use also impairs judgment and can lead to risky behaviors. For those who struggle with meth addiction, a meth rehab program is the best path to recovery.
At Coalition Recovery, we offer a meth rehab program in Tampa for those who are ready to rebuild their lives. Contact us at 888.707.2873 to learn more.
Methamphetamine is a stimulant drug usually in the form of a white powder. Crystal methamphetamine is a form of the drug that looks like crystals or bluish-white rocks. The drug is typically ingested by inhaling/smoking, swallowing it in pill form, snorting, or injecting it with a water-based solution.
In low to moderate doses, methamphetamine can elevate mood, increase alertness, concentration, and energy in fatigued individuals, reduce appetite, and promote weight loss. At relatively high doses, it can induce psychosis, breakdown of skeletal muscle, seizures, and bleeding in the brain. Chronic high-dose use can precipitate unpredictable and rapid mood swings, stimulant psychosis (e.g., paranoia, hallucinations, delirium, and delusions), and violent behavior. Methamphetamine, unlike amphetamine, is neurotoxic to the human brain and has been shown to damage serotonin neurons in the CNS. Although some of these brain changes may reverse after being off the drug for a year or more, other changes may not recover even after a long period of abstinence.
There are many meth rehab programs in Tampa, but Coalition Recovery has set the bar much higher than most others. For one thing, we don’t treat your recovery as if it’s one-size-fits-all. The treatments and resources that work for one person won’t always be optimal for everyone, which is why each of our patients receives a completely customized, individualized curriculum.
What’s more, an individualized treatment regimen addresses the multi-faceted needs of those suffering from meth addiction. For instance, finding the source of an individual’s substance-abuse problem is a huge part of recovery; whether it was exposure to drug use during one’s childhood, an undiagnosed mental or emotional disorder causing a need for dual-diagnosis treatment, trauma, or a plethora of other unresolved issues.
After detox, counseling and therapy are needed to effectively treat the substance use disorder. Addiction is a complicated disease that affects an individual both physically and psychologically. For this reason, a multi-step approach is necessary to fully treat the illness. These approaches involve a medical diagnosis (both physical and psychological), safe and non-addictive medications (if applicable), one-on-one counseling with a licensed therapist/psychologist, and finally, group counseling and therapy sessions. Behavioral therapies are the recommended techniques for the proper treatment of stimulant addiction.
Some of the various therapies we will incorporate into your meth rehab program include:
We offer full and part-time meth treatment programs, and the cornerstone of our center is our 90-day treatment program. Those involved in our 90-day program will attend treatment throughout the week as well as the option of being housed in a recovery residence. In our experience, a three-month duration for treatment is the “magical amount.” It allows for a gradual step down in intensity to ensure the greatest opportunity for success. During the first month, clients will learn about themselves and their addiction. It is over the latter two months where our clients begin to learn the knowledge and life skills needed to maintain sobriety and thrive in their new substance-free life.
Contact Coalition Recovery today at 888.707.2873 to learn more about our meth treatment program. You can speak to a member of our team, find out more about insurance verification, and discover the Coalition difference.
Reach out to our team today at 888.707.2873.