Do you feel powerless in the face of methamphetamines?

Whether you’re stuck on the rollercoaster of meth use or you’re watching a loved one experience it, it’s painful. Sometimes, life feels completely out of control.

52,000 Arizonans used methamphetamines in 2022. While a single time using meth doesn’t guarantee a meth use disorder, it is the first step, and some of those people will go on to develop an addiction if they don’t have one already. If you’re on this page, chances are, someone in your life is several steps down that path of addiction.

Wolf Creek Recovery is here to turn that path into a road to recovery instead. Gaining control of life again is possible. You have that power, but sometimes it’s hard to access it without help. We’ll empower you to conquer your meth addiction, no matter how long you’ve had it or where it has led you.

What We Treat: Methamphetamine Use Disorder

Meth use disorder is a health condition that requires treatment, not ridicule. Doctors operate by the criteria of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – 5th Edition (DSM-5) to diagnose substance use disorders. To be diagnosed with a stimulant use disorder (meth falls under this umbrella), you must exhibit at least two of the following symptoms in a 12 month period:

  • Taking the stimulant in larger doses or more frequently than intended
  • Wanting to cut down on stimulant use and being unsuccessful
  • A significant amount of the person’s time revolves around the stimulant
  • Cravings
  • The stimulant is interfering with responsibilities
  • Continuing stimulant use despite social consequences
  • Giving up important activities in favor of stimulant use
  • Using stimulants in dangerous situations
  • Continuing stimulant use despite mental or physical health concerns
  • Needing to use more of the stimulant to get the desired effect (tolerance)
  • Experiencing withdrawal
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Treatment Options for Crystal Meth Addiction With Wolf Creek

The best treatment option for meth use disorder will vary based on each individual. Wolf Creek provides the unique, customized treatment for everyone in our care to thrive.

The Next Steps Toward Lasting Recovery: Residential Rehab Services

Residential rehab services typically involve staying at a facility 24/7. Wolf Creek’s equivalent to this program is a little different.

Our treatment involves comprehensive care alongside supportive housing you return to at night. During the day, you’ll experience a variety of group and individual therapies to get to the root of your meth use disorder and overcome it for good. We’ll walk alongside you as you work through any co-occurring mental health concerns and build the firm foundation and life skills necessary for lasting recovery.

Continuing the Recovery Process: Intensive Outpatient Services

Wolf Creek provides housing for people in our intensive outpatient program. There, you’ll attend therapy sessions with us during the day and return home at night. Intensive outpatient offers a more open schedule to give those in treatment freedom to tend to responsibilities while still undergoing the therapy that will empower them to live a meth-free life. Our housing will still be available to you during our outpatient programs, but you won’t spend as many hours at our facility.

What to Expect From Wolf Creek’s Methamphetamine Rehab Center

Our treatment center is warm, welcoming, and run by staff who understand exactly what you’re going through. Most of us are in recovery ourselves, so you’re guaranteed compassionate, respectful care from people who have been in your shoes. That empathy fuels how we approach treatment.

You’ll have many therapy options, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing (MI), rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and family therapy.

One feature that sets Wolf Creek apart is our outdoor adventure therapy. Those in treatment will spend time outside enjoying activities like camping, canoeing, and a variety of team sports to build skills and have fun. It might even help you find new friendships and a hobby to carry with you once you leave treatment.

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Causes of Meth Addiction: It Doesn’t Discriminate

While addiction is proven to have a genetic factor, it’s about far more than that. Mental health concerns, trauma, living in an environment conducive to substance use, and using substances at a young age all contribute to the likelihood of developing a meth use disorder.

How To Know if You Need Treatment for Meth Use Disorder

If this page resonated with you, it’s a good time to seek treatment. No matter how serious or mild you think your relationship with meth is, it’s never too early or late to seek help.

Get Help for Meth Use Disorder by Contacting Wolf Creek Today

Meth use disorder can take over lives. If you have a meth use disorder, you know that better than anyone. If you’re the parent of someone with meth use disorder, you know that pain intimately as well. Overcoming that pain is a process, but Wolf Creek is here to walk you through it every step of the way. On the other side of all that pain is a beautiful life worth the work it takes to get there.

If you’re ready to get help, Wolf Creek Recovery is ready to provide it. Contact us through our website or by phone at 1-833-732-8202, and take the first step toward building a life you love.