Methamphetamine and Outpatient Rehab
Because methamphetamine is such a highly addictive chemical substance, it is always recommended that individuals commit to a multi-phased program of clinical care – one that includes medical detox, residential rehab and intensive outpatient treatment. However, there are some circumstances in which outpatient treatment can serve as a stand-alone option. These include:
- The methamphetamine abuse disorder has not yet progressed, and hasn’t resulted in any significant personal consequences. For example, if you or your loved one has just begun experimenting with methamphetamine and wants to nip the situation in the bud before it progresses, outpatient treatment is likely an ideal option.
- You or your loved one has personal responsibilities or obligations that cannot be stepped away from for months at a time. These obligations could include serving as the primary caretaker for one or more dependents or working a career that requires ongoing attention. We understand that every case of substance abuse is unique, and that some of our clients require more flexible care than others.
- Financial limitations. Completing three months of residential treatment might not be possible for financial reasons. Our outpatient treatment program is just as intensive, but as far less committal – and for this reason, it is more affordable than traditional inpatient care. We also work closely with most major regional and national health insurance providers, making our clinical program even more accessible.
If you have recently completed a higher level of clinical care, or if any of the above circumstances applies to you, reach out to us today for more information on our outpatient methamphetamine rehab.