You can reclaim your life from meth addiction. At Prairie Recovery Center’s meth addiction treatment center in North Dakota, you’ll receive treatment that is evidence-based and caring. Our team of psychiatrists, therapists, and support staff helps you create a new life without meth in a substance abuse treatment program in our North Dakota meth addiction treatment center. Find out how our meth addiction rehab in North Dakota can change your life for the better by calling 844.979.4310 or completing our online form.
Safe and Compassionate Detox
Without medical detox, symptoms of meth withdrawal can be intense and uncomfortable. If you binged for days or weeks, severe withdrawal symptoms could last up to ten days. Due to meth-induced neurotoxicity in the brain, some symptoms, like psychosis, can last for months or years after meth use has stopped. We can help minimize these complications.
Our medical team attends to you around the clock. We ease meth withdrawal symptoms with research-backed medications and alternative treatments. Some of the most promising pharmacological treatments for meth dependence are modafinil, bupropion, and naltrexone. We know the most effective and safe approaches to treat both prescription drug and illicit drug use. After you safely and comfortably eliminate drugs and alcohol from your system, you’ll be better able to focus on treatment and residential treatment.
Substance use disorders often co-occur with mental health disorders. Proper psychiatric care helps manage these symptoms. Managing mental health disorders is vital for preventing substance abuse relapse. Our Prairie Recovery Center team provides comprehensive dual diagnosis treatment for addiction and mental health issues in our meth abuse treatment program in North Dakota.
Meth addiction can co-occur with several mental health conditions, including:
- Anxiety disorders
- Panic disorders
- Borderline personality disorder
- Bipolar disorder
Why Residential Meth Treatment Is Effective
Methamphetamine has toxic effects on the body and mind. In most cases of severe meth addiction, it’s imperative treatment takes place in a drug facility that can handle the potential physical and psychological meth withdrawal symptoms, which helps prevent relapse.
Tolerance develops through continued meth use, causing you to need increasing amounts of meth to obtain the same high. You may also require more meth to ward off physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms. It’s the serious physical changes in the brain that cause crystal meth addiction and make recovery challenging. The residential drug gives you time, space, and expert treatment to build a strong foundation in recovery.
Long-Term Effects of Methamphetamine
Meth may already be wreaking havoc on your nervous system, physical appearance, and mental health. Residential treatment at an addiction center can help you begin repairing some of this damage and prevent further harm.
Getting the proper treatment may help avert long-term effects of meth like:
- Anxiety and depression
- Psychosis, such as hallucinations and delusions
- Liver, kidney, and lung damage
- Brain damage
- Cardiovascular problems
How Do I Enter Meth Treatment?
Prairie Recovery Center makes sure the admission process is as stress-free as possible. We want you to focus on getting the help you need, not financial issues or logistics.
When you contact our meth addiction treatment center in North Dakota, the admissions process is:
- You’ll chat about your meth addiction and abuse concerns as well as treatment preferences.
- You will receive recommendations on treatment programs that fit your needs.
- You will get an estimate of out-of-pocket costs based on a conversation we’ll have with your insurance company.
- You’ll discuss other payment options if you don’t have insurance.
- You will decide on an entry date and get help with particulars like travel plans.