New Jersey Meth Addiction Treatment
Prioritizing Personalized & Compassionate Care
SOBA New Jersey can help you or a loved one effectively fight methamphetamine (meth) addiction. We use a combination of medical detox, traditional rehab programs, and innovative outpatient treatments to give people from all walks of life the tools and support they need to gain lasting sobriety. Don’t let meth harm your health and happiness for even one more day. Contact SOBA New Jersey now!
If you or someone you love is struggling with meth use, we would love to help. Contact us 24/7 at (888) 229-7989 to speak to one of our admissions coordinators.
On This Page
- What to Do During a Meth Overdose
- Getting Treatment for Meth Addiction
- Get Help for Meth Addiction Today
- Frequently Asked Questions
What to Do During a Meth Overdose
Meth is an extremely addictive and dangerous stimulant. Even a small dose can trigger a dangerous or potentially fatal overdose. Furthermore, meth overdoses can be acute and occur suddenly or chronic and gradually worsen because the drug can linger in the body. Acute overdoses are more dangerous and are often characterized by seizures and breathing difficulties.
If someone is having a meth overdose, call 911 immediately and tell the dispatcher:
- How much meth was taken just before the overdose symptoms began.
- How the drug was taken, such as injected, smoked, etc.
- Approximate height and weight of the overdose patient.
- Time elapsed since the last time the drug was used.
This list of basic information can help emergency responders arrive with the right medical equipment to take lifesaving measures immediately. In many cases, no criminal prosecution can be used against someone who calls for emergency help due to taking an illicit narcotic like meth, so don’t hesitate for any reason to get help.
Getting Treatment for Meth Addiction
Although meth addiction can have a powerful hold, recovery is possible for everyone. With professional treatment, those struggling with meth addiction can successfully eliminate the substance from their bodies and actually rewire their brains to reduce cravings and prevent the likelihood of relapse.
At SOBA New Jersey, we tailor our meth addiction treatments to meet the unique needs of each person. We recognize that no two situations are exactly alike, and what one person needs from treatment may differ from another. That being said, many people who attend our methamphetamine addiction rehab undergo several specific treatments and therapeutic programs.
Meth Detox to Protect Your Health
Substance abuse professionals agree that medical detox is often the most effective and safest way to start meth rehab.
Key elements of medical detox for meth addiction include:
- Constant medical supervision to ensure that your health is not jeopardized by withdrawal symptoms.
- Reduced risk of suffering withdrawal symptoms at all, especially severe symptoms.
- Lab-created stimulants similar to meth that are proven to be safe and nonaddictive, and are administrated by detox experts.
You don’t have to go through detox alone. Receiving compassionate support from addiction professionals can make a world of difference when starting the recovery process. Getting help at a detox center also will allow you to receive an assessment of your addiction and a unique, comprehensive treatment plan to increase your chance of long-term sobriety.
While going through detox, you will begin learning about the disease of addiction. You will learn how to create a firm recovery foundation and can begin working on other mental or emotional issues you may have with dual-diagnosis treatment.
Addiction Treatment After Detox
Addiction experts recommend attending a treatment center after detoxing from meth. If you detox but don’t follow a comprehensive recovery plan, you can be much more likely to relapse. A full recovery program allows you to receive individual and group counseling, which can help address co-occurring mental and behavioral health issues like anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma, job issues, coping skills, anger management, and more.
You can also attend classes that will teach you about addiction and recovery. As you dedicate yourself to sobriety and create the kind of life you truly desire, you’ll have the support and encouragement from our treatment center staff.
If you cannot attend an inpatient drug rehab due to work or family obligations, there are outpatient or intensive outpatient programs that allow you to come in for sessions that better fit your schedule. You can also attend a 12-step program with supportive meetings with established recovery councils like Crystal Meth Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
Get Help for Meth Addiction Today
If you or a loved one is struggling with meth addiction, it’s time to reach out for help. We have trained clinical professionals at SOBA New Jersey who are standing by. Our goal is to use a safe, supportive, and stigma-free environment to break your meth addiction.
At SOBA New Jersey, you can focus on your recovery while developing personal skills to aid in your continued sobriety. We provide an integrated, whole-person approach to addiction treatment that focuses on healing all aspects of the self. With saunas, steam rooms, and other amenities on-site, as well as professional chefs to provide meals and nutritional counseling, you can prioritize self-care as you navigate the recovery process.
You deserve a life free from addiction. We’d love to help get you there.
Our experienced admissions coordinators are available 24/7. Give us a call now at (888) 229-7989 and take that first step toward recovery.
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New Jersey Meth Rehab FAQ
Is meth detox necessary?
Meth is a severely potent narcotic that can trigger extreme withdrawal symptoms after just one use. Due to the high risk of withdrawal, meth detox is necessary for the majority of users who want to go sober.
How do I pay for meth rehab?
SOBA New Jersey accepts many different and common healthcare insurance policies that make our treatments highly affordable for many people. If you have health insurance as an employment benefit, then there is a good chance that it can help pay for meth rehab.
At times, you can feel lost and confused when struggling with addiction or mental health. Our team understands what you are going through and works with you to reclaim the life you deserve.