Call American Addiction Centers for help today.

(888) 287-0471
Close Main Menu
Main Menu
  • Find a Rehab Center
  • AAC Facilities
  • Find Treatment
  • Paying for Treatment
  • Substance Abuse
  • About AAC
    Back to Main Menu
    Main Menu

Methamphetamine Rehab

Questions about treatment?
  • Access to licensed treatment centers
  • Information on treatment plans
  • Financial assistance options

Rehabilitation can help those who have a drug dependency or addiction get the help they need to start over in a stable and drug-free life. If you would like to learn more about the facilities near you that focus on methamphetamine rehab, contact our 24-hour hotline at . Our staff has the information you need to learn more about methamphetamine, rehabilitation and detoxification, and to connect you with rehab options in your area.

Did You Know?

According to the National Drug Intelligence Center, crystal methamphetamine is a colorless and odorless form of d-methamphetamine. This is a very addictive substance that is man-made, and its high can last 12 hours or longer.

Side Effects of Methamphetamine

Methamphetamine is used often in club settings, so it is referred to as a club drug. This drug is dangerous, and taking it can result in serious physical conditions. Some side effects of the drug include:

  • Increased blood pressure
  • Damage to the small blood vessels of the brain
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Hyperthermia
  • Convulsions
  • Inflammation of the heart’s lining
  • Stroke
  • Death

During the time the drug is in one’s system, an individual may experience some specific behaviors, such as episodes of:

  • Violence
  • Paranoia
  • Insomnia
  • Confusion
  • Anxiety

These symptoms can continue for years after the drug use has stopped. This is why it is important to help those who are addicted or may be addicted to methamphetamine as soon as possible. Stopping the use of methamphetamine takes time, and it is often completed with the help of detoxification and rehabilitation. If you would like to learn more about the potential problems associated with both long-term and short-term drug use, contact our hotline at . Our team has the information you need to stay informed about the signs to look for when trying to understand if someone you love is taking a form of methamphetamine, such as crystal meth.

Did You Know?

Crystal methamphetamine has a number of different names, including “crystal meth,” “Batu,” “Blade,” “Cristy,” “crystal glass,” “Hanyak,” “Hiropon,” “hot ice,” “Kaksonjae,” “quartz,” “meth” and “Ventana.”

Cost of Meth Rehab

If you are, or someone you love is, starting to look for a drug rehabilitation clinic, consider your options. Prices range greatly, depending on whether you decide to be an inpatient or outpatient, your length of stay and other factors like the amenities of the facility or the patient-to-staff ratio.

Understand that the cost of treatment is worth it, since treatment will save you or your friend or family member from this drug abuse problem. The costs of long-term addiction always outweigh the costs of treatment. When you decide which facility you want to go to, you will be able to talk to the clinic about your payment options and budget.

Treatment Options

When you look at clinics, decide what your priorities are first. Do you need to be an inpatient or an outpatient? An inpatient facility allows patients to live on site 24 hours a day. Inpatient clinics have medical care available at all times and the added advantage of peer support from roommates and other patients. These clinics include meals, room, entertainment, therapies and other services in the cost per day. Patients who are highly addicted to a substance like methamphetamine may wish to stay in an inpatient facility to make relapsing less likely and to get the complete behavior and psychological therapies they need to stay sober and off drugs. People who may influence the patient to take the drug will also have a more difficult time getting in contact with him or her, which will make it difficult for the patient to obtain the drug during treatment.

Outpatient facilities work well for those with mild or short-term dependencies or addictions. Outpatient facilities allow a patient to come and go from treatment and therapies. Detoxification processes are normally completed over a few days to a few weeks, depending on the needs of the patient, and psychological treatments are then continued as needed. Patients who use this method of treatment may be those who need to stay or live at home, go to work, or go to school. Outpatient treatment methods can include behavior or family talk therapy, 12-step programs, and other complementary treatments that follow detoxification.

With the help of these facilities, patients can work within their budgets and still get the help they need. The average cost of treatment is far less than that of continued drug use — particularly when you factor in the damage to an addict’s relationships, health and career.

For more information on the inpatient or outpatient methamphetamine addiction treatment centers near you, contact our hotline at . We can help you find a clinic within your budget that will accurately fit your needs.

Did You Know?

Methamphetamine is an illegal substance. It is listed as a Schedule II drug under the Controlled Substances Act. This means it has a high potential for abuse. Abuse of the drug can lead to severe dependence, both physically and psychologically.

Unsure where to start? Take Our Substance Abuse Self-Assessment

Take our free, 5-minute substance abuse self-assessment below if you think you or someone you love might be struggling with substance abuse. This evaluation consists of 11 yes or no questions that are designed to be used as an informational tool to assess the severity and probability of a substance use disorder. The test is free, confidential, and no personal information is needed to receive the result. Please be aware that this evaluation is not a substitute for advice from a medical doctor.

We're here to help you find the treatment you deserve.
Substance Abuse Assessment
How our treatment is different?
American Addiction Centers photo
Editoral Staff
The editorial staff of is comprised of addiction content experts from American Addiction Centers. Our editors and medical reviewers have over a decade of cumulative experience in medical content editing and have reviewed thousands of pages for accuracy and relevance. Our reviewers consistently monitor the latest research from SAMHSA, NIDA, and other reputable sources to provide our readers the most accurate content on the web.
Reach out to us day or night

Our supportive admissions navigators are available 24/7 to assist you or your family.

Call 888-287-0471
There was an error fetching your data