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Recovery from meth addiction

You always promised yourself that you wouldn’t be the person you see in the mirror. That person looks thin and sick, but you can’t help yourself – you go back to meth again. You know that it is the cause of your appearance and behaviors. You know it is why you lied to your loved ones. You have tried to fight meth before but failed. Now you don’t know what to do. 

In a study done by the Ohio Substance Abuse Monitoring Network in 2020, 20 out of 40 participants in the Cleveland region had used methamphetamine in the past 6 months. Superior Behavioral Health is a small center with a warm, family- feel. We provide MAT, IOP, OP, SUD, and mental health options in one location because our goal is to help people take their lives back from substance use.

Treatment Options for Meth Use Disorder at Superior Behavioral Health

At Superior Behavioral Health, we are a local company that provides services such as partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and traditional outpatient for methamphetamine use disorder. We accept Medicare and Medicaid, as well as commercial and private insurance. A typical treatment program might last between 30 and 90 days. Our treatment options are all outpatient, meaning you can return home at the end of the day.

Partial Hospitalization Services at Superior Behavioral Health

At our center, you will spend 6-8 hours a day, five days a week receiving support, guidance, and resources to help you build a solid foundation for the rest of your recovery. We incorporate cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), group therapy, and family therapy. CBT and DBT will help you identify your thoughts and emotions while also giving you skills to cope with and address the challenges you will face in the future. Group and family therapy will help you build relationships with your family members and peers. 

Intensive Outpatient Services at Superior Behavioral Health

The next step down in level of care is intensive outpatient care where you will spend 3-5 days per week, participating in therapy and life skills training. This program will help you stay on track with your goals for the future. You will receive increased accountability and flexibility as you learn to stay on track with your recovery. You will also participate in CBT and music therapy and create a plan for the rest of your recovery. 

Traditional Outpatient Services at Superior Behavioral Health

This care level is for those ready to return to their daily lives. You will visit the center several times weekly attending individual and group therapy. This level provides ongoing support and guidance to ensure a lasting recovery. You will learn to identify and manage triggers, develop healthy coping strategies, and regulate emotions. 

Meth Use Disorder: What to Expect in Treatment

Here, you can expect: 

  • A compassionate team that will meet you without judgment
  • A small client load that allows us to focus on your recovery
  • Support that will follow you as you accomplish your dreams

What Is Meth Use Disorder?

Methamphetamine is a highly addictive stimulant that looks like glass fragments and is similar to medications used to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). People with a meth use disorder often take multiple doses before crashing since the substance starts and fades fast. Those who take it regularly might give up food and sleep for several days eventually leading to sleeping problems and extreme weight loss. People who use meth might smoke, swallow, snort, or inject it. 

Do You Need Treatment for a Methamphetamine Use Disorder?

Coming to terms with asking for help with something is difficult, especially when asking for help with a meth use disorder. If you’re acquiring stimulants outside of a physician’s prescription, seeking help is advised. If you need treatment, you might experience the following:

  • Preoccupation with methamphetamine
  • Feelings of withdrawal symptoms, which include
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • Intense cravings
  • Legal troubles concerning your meth use

Get Help for Meth Use Disorder Today in Garfield Heights, OH

At Superior Behavioral Health, located in Garfield Heights, OH, we offer same-day appointments that allow you to start your recovery journey today. We will help you build a life that you will love. For more information, call us at 216-435-1110.

FAQs About Meth Treatment

How long does meth stay in your system?

Meth can be detected in your system for 1-3 days by urine tests and up to 3 months by hair tests. 

How long does meth last?

The initial rush of meth lasts 5-30 minutes, while the last effects can last 6-12 hours. 

What is meth made of?

Meth is made from equal parts dextroamphetamine (which is used to treat symptoms of ADHD) and levomethamphetamine (which is the active ingredient in many nasal decongestant inhalers).