I Need Help With Meth Addiction

If you’re struggling with a methamphetamine (meth) addiction, you already know how quickly it can impact your health and quality of life. Meth use, even in the short term, changes brain chemistry, which leads to dependency faster than you may realize. Recovery Unplugged offers comprehensive treatment to help you overcome your meth addiction and reclaim your life.

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You’re Not Alone

Meth addiction is affecting more and more Americans every year and is becoming a serious public health issue:

2.6 Million

The approximate number of Americans who misuse meth each year. 

1.5 Million

The approximate number of Americans with meth use disorder. 

23,837

The number of Americans who died from overdoses involving meth in 2020. 

You don’t have to be the next statistic. Help for meth addiction is closer than you may realize.

Meth Addiction Treatment at Recovery Unplugged

Meth addiction is a complex medical issue and needs to be treated that way. Recovery Unplugged offers a full menu of meth addiction care services to treat and support you in all phases of your recovery.

Detox and Rehab


  • Withdrawal Treatment from Trained Doctors and Nurses
  • Comprehensive Behavioral Rehab from Expert Therapists and Counselors
  • Individualized Treatment Programs
  • Inpatient, Outpatient, and Virtual Rehab Offered

Comprehensive Support


  • Sober Residences
  • Case Management Services
  • Family Resources
  • LGBTQ+-Friendly Care
  • Drug Court Navigation Assistance 
  • Employee Assistance Programs 

DON'T BE ANOTHER STATISTIC

Recovery Unplugged is here to help you or your loved one take their life back.

dangers of meth addiction

Dangers of Meth Addiction

In addition to overdose, long-term meth use can lead to a variety of chronic health issues, including but not limited to:

Heart Failure

Organ Damage

Tooth Decay (Meth Mouth)

Painful Sores and Scarring

Extreme Weight Loss

Depression and Anxiety

Paranoia and Delusions

Hallucinations

Sleep Disorder

Brain Damage

Prescription and Illegal Meth: What’s the Difference?

While the FDA has approved a prescription form of meth (Desoxyn®) for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), crude and less controlled versions of the drug are often produced for illegal distribution and recreational use.

If you’re taking crystal meth or any other illegal form of the drug, it’s important to know that these drugs are vastly different from prescription Desoxyn. 

While both contain methamphetamine as their primary ingredient, crystal and other illegal types of meth are cut with dangerous chemicals to make them cheaper and more potent. These chemicals often include things like freon, paint thinner, ammonia, lithium, gasoline, and brake fluid.

Dealers also often cut meth with the synthetic opioid fentanyl, which is 50 times more powerful than heroin and 100 times more powerful than morphine. Users often don’t even realize they’re taking fentanyl. This has led to a spike in overdoses.

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Start Your Meth Addiction Treatment Now

You don’t have to spend one more second battling meth addiction on your own. Recovery Unplugged has locations across the country to make it easier for you to take your life back from meth addiction. We are in-network with most major insurance companies to make care more affordable and are standing by 24-7 to help you heal.

THE TIME TO START HEALING FROM

DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTION IS NOW.

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