Are you looking for methamphetamine addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one?
At The Plymouth House we understand how devastating methamphetamine addiction can be. Methamphetamine addiction affects roughly 1.6 million Americans on an annual basis, according to the 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. During the same year, 774,000 men and women admitted to using methamphetamine at least once within the past month. Methamphetamine — more commonly known as “meth” — is an extremely addictive and potent stimulant drug, one that is illegal and categorized as a Schedule II chemical substance under the Controlled Substances Act. This scheduling means that meth is habit-forming and that it can easily lead to physical and/or psychological dependence.
There are numerous short- and long- term consequences that go hand-in-hand with habitual meth use, including overdose-related death. A study published by the National Institutes of Health reported that the number of overdose deaths directly involving methamphetamine increased five-fold between the years 2011 and 2018. When people think of meth addiction, they tend to think of members of a specific demographic. However, meth abuse and addiction can affect men and women of all ages and in all walks of life. Because this chemical substance is so highly addictive, even smoking meth one time can result in a completely devastating addictive disorder.
But..there is hope! The Plymouth House has helped hundreds of men and women recover from methamphetamine addiction and go on to lead healthy, happy and substance-free lives. The Plymouth House Program utilizes a powerful combination of intense 12-step work, therapy and holistic treatment options in order to consistently deliver the most effective and integrated care available. To learn more about our recovery program or to begin your own personal journey of meth addiction recovery today.