Crystal meth rehab in California is an excellent choice in terms of location, treatment amenities and experience. Crystal meth addiction and abuse can be found in California more than anywhere else in the country. Our colleges and universities have dedicated millions of dollars in research on how best to treat crystal meth addiction and stop the growing problems that crystal meth abuse creates in our communities.
Crystal Meth Addiction Basics
Crystal meth is a form of the drug methamphetamine. According to the Foundation for a Drug- Free World[i], methamphetamine is a white, crystalline drug take by snorting, smoking or injection with a needle. Methamphetamine creates feelings of euphoria and a strong sense of well-being, energy, confidence and hyper-activity. The high the drug produces last approximately six to eight hours, but can last as long as 24 hours. Crystal meth is most commonly used as a “club drug” to enhance the party experience in night clubs or at rave parties. Methamphetamine[ii] is highly habit forming and quickly leads to addictions even after just one use. Meth withdrawals are intense because of the high concentration of the drug, which makes breaking the cycle of addiction more difficult. The only way to successfully treat crystal meth addiction is through rehab and life-long follow-up care.
Benefits of Meth Rehab
There are a number of benefits to enrolling in a California crystal meth rehab. First, there is location: if you live in California or near Los Angeles, a California crystal meth rehab is close to home. If you live out of state, there are no fewer than five airports in and around Los Angeles where The Canyon is located. Access to one of these clinics, for you and for visiting family members, couldn’t be simpler.
There are also a number of top 50 colleges and universities in the area and The Canyon benefits from interacting with their research departments. Our facility has immediate access to the latest treatment and therapeutic discoveries. The Canyon incorporates these cutting edge treatments with traditional therapies to create a truly unique and personalized crystal meth addiction treatment in California that suits you.
In addition to the world’s latest research, we also have access to world-renowned psychologists, therapists, counselors and other medical professionals, all of whom specialize in drug addiction treatment. The Canyon takes advantage of these resources by hiring many of them to serve you during your crystal meth addiction[iii] treatment at our estate just outside of Los Angeles, California.
Considerations for Treatment
Determining the right type and location of crystal meth addiction treatment depends on your unique situation. If you or your loved one is interested in outpatient treatment, choosing a location that is convenient for you is important. Daily visits to the clinic require that the facility you choose be close by. If you have already tried outpatient treatment and are dealing with relapse, an inpatient facility is the best choice. Time away from your daily routine, limiting your access to those associated with your drug habit and being able to fully focus on recovery are just a few of the many benefits to inpatient treatment. If you are interested in an inpatient program at The Canyon, our intake counselors can help you understand your insurance policies benefits for addiction treatment. No matter your need, The Canyon can help you make the right choice.
Recovery for the Future
A life without crystal meth addiction starts with enrolling in the right crystal meth rehab for you. Choosing a program that will speak to your individual needs, to your experience with addiction, and to your unique treatment goals is essential.
The Canyon, located in Peace Park, California, just outside of Los Angeles, is one the top crystal meth drug rehabs in the state. We offer a comprehensive crystal meth addiction treatment program that incorporates therapies that speak to the many facets of drug and alcohol addiction. If you would like to learn more about our crystal meth rehab in California, contact us today.
[i] The Foundation for a Drug-Free World. “What is Crystal Meth?” Copyright 2006- 2017. Accessed January 16, 2017. http://www.drugfreeworld.org/drugfacts/crystalmeth.html
[ii] National Institute on Drug Abuse. “What is Methamphetamine?” September 2013. Accessed January 16, 2017. https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/research-reports/methamphetamine/what-methamphetamine
[iii] The Mayo Clinic. “Methamphetamine (Oral Route).” January 1, 2016. Accessed January 16, 2017. http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/methamphetamine-oral-route/side-effects/drg-20071824