Meth Residential Inpatient Program

This deadly drug is one of the most addictive substances out there. Using it once can turn someone into an addict. If you or someone you love has been using meth, you must act quickly to gain control over the problem!

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Dr. Langdon M.D.

Medically Reviewed By: Kimberly Langdon M.D.


Meth abuse should not be taken lightly. In the early 2000’s, meth swept across the nation catching the attention of the media and the public. Since then, meth abuse has been overshadowed by the opioid crisis. But meth use is on the rise again.

This is where inpatient meth treatment comes in. Bedrock recovery center offers the absolute best intensive residential treatment program in Massachusetts for meth abuse. When it comes to meth, inpatient care is the obvious choice.

What is the Meth Residential Inpatient Program?

Meth residential treatment programs are designed to help people struggling with meth abuse to reset and learn new ways to fight their addiction. At a meth recovery center, patients will stay in the facility day and night, immersing themselves in the process of recovering from addiction.

The purpose of residential meth treatment is two-fold: First, it gives patients space from the likely toxic environment that was contributing to their drug abuse. Second, it puts them in a supportive and healthy atmosphere that is all about learning how to live a better life, free from meth and other drugs.

Bedrock is one of the nation’s best meth rehab centers. Why? Because we understand that every patient who walks through our doors has a unique story. Each patient is treated as an individual and receives the care that they need to improve. Some of our patients have a meth dual diagnosis, some may need medical meth rehab. No matter the situation, Bedrock can provide the best care.

Who Needs the Meth Residential Inpatient Program?

Committing to inpatient meth rehab centers might seem like a big step. For the duration of your stay you are in treatment, you won’t be working or going to school, and you will be away from your family. You will be totally focused on treating your drug abuse.

But consider the cost of not going to rehab. Meth addiction can be fatal, leading to overdose or dangerous behavior that ends in death. Even if you are able to escape this fate, meth abuse and addiction has major long-term effects, including:

  • Meth mouth (major dental problems)
  • Kidney failure
  • Stroke
  • Heart attack
  • Skin sores from excess itching
  • Paranoia
  • Hallucinations
  • Violent behavior
  • Confusion
  • Anxiety
  • Memory problems
  • Insomnia

In other words, meth abuse can kill you quickly, or it can kill you slowly. This is why anyone abusing meth can benefit from care at inpatient meth treatment centers.

Meth addiction centers help ease you through withdrawal, clearing your mind and body. You will gain tools and learn skills to carry with you long after rehab that will help you to stay clean.

If you’re concerned about the costs of rehab, you should know that there are several ways to pay for care. Many health insurance plans can help to pay for care at meth abuse treatment centers. Friends and family may be willing to chip in to help. Scholarships could be available to help with costs.

Finally, remember that using meth is a huge financial burden, and that treatment is the best financial decision you can make in the long-run. Meth use is illegal in the U.S., and legal fees can add up fast for drug crimes. Don’t let money get in between you and the care you need to heal from meth abuse.

What to Expect from the Meth Residential Inpatient Program?

When it comes to residential treatment programs in Massachusetts, Bedrock offers the best care around. Our programs are immersive, diving deep into the world of recovery. Meth abuse treatment centers all operate a little differently, but let’s go over the way that we do it here at Bedrock.

Rehab is a place to heal. That means that you will spend lots of time in formal treatment, but you will also spend time on wholesome activities which help you to gain confidence and relax. The better you feel overall, the less likely you will be to turn to meth to solve your problems.

We will tailor your treatment plan to your specific needs.

Some common elements that are likely to be included in your care plan include:

  • Group meetings
  • One-on-one therapy sessions
  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Life skills coaching
  • Writing exercises
  • Workout classes
  • Rest time

Residential addiction treatment is all about striking a balance between aggressive treatment and soothing relaxation. The goal is to treat the whole person. We understand that addiction often stems from underlying causes, and we work to address those.

The Meth Residential Inpatient Program Process

Meth residential treatment centers tend to offer inpatient programs that are a 3-part process. The rehab process consists of entry into recovery, treatment program, and preparation for leaving the care center.

Let’s further break down the three-part process of inpatient meth rehabilitation centers:

Part 1: Detox

Technically, meth detox is not a part of substance abuse treatment. However, many programs require that patients go through detox before they can begin. Why? Well, detox is a kind of ‘landing pad’ for people who have been recently abusing drugs like meth.

At detox, patients are monitored around-the-clock and given what they need to stay comfortable and safe while they go through withdrawal. Withdrawal from meth can be a painful and difficult process. Detox helps to manage symptoms and brings patients to better health before they enter rehab.
While in detox, most patients are evaluated to figure out a treatment plan that works for them.

Part 2: Treatment

Once a patient has gone through meth detox, they can begin their rehab program. Treatment for meth addiction consists of a variety of therapies and techniques. The rehab plan should address the drug abuse itself, as well as its underlying causes.

When it comes to meth rehab, dual diagnosis is common. Mental health conditions like depression and anxiety can make addiction to meth worse. Fortunately, Bedrock offers residential dual diagnosis treatment to help patients who suffer from more than one condition.

Common treatments for meth abuse include:

  • Behavioral Therapy: Therapies like CBT and DBT are quickly becoming some of the most common methods for fighting addiction. These evidence-based treatments work to bring harmful thought patterns to awareness and work to change them.
  • Group Meetings: Group therapy is a powerful tool for fighting addiction. Residential meth rehab centers use group therapy because it gives patients the opportunity to learn from peers at every step of the recovery journey.

Part 3: Preparation for Transition

The final step in the meth inpatient rehab process is to prepare patients for their departure. Leaving the rehab bubble can be difficult, and the last thing anyone would want is for this transition to cause stress that leads to a relapse.

We will help you create an aftercare plan so that you have strong support systems in place for your return to daily life. It is recommended to take this transition slowly. Many meth abuse patients start with a Day Treatment (PHP) program after leaving rehab, and slowly get their lives back to normal.

Why Choose Bedrock?

If you’ve been searching the internet for things like ‘inpatient meth rehab near me’, or ‘inpatient meth treatment centers near me’, you are probably looking for the best possible care for meth abuse. Well, you’ve found it.

Bedrock is proud to offer full inpatient meth rehab programs. We use only the most well-researched evidence-based treatments. Our staff is kind and compassionate, and we want nothing more than to see you make a full recovery from addiction.

Bedrock Recovery Center is the best inpatient facility in Massachusetts. You deserve to give yourself the optimal chance to put your meth abuse in the past. Call us today to learn more about our programs.

Written by Bedrock Recovery Center Editorial Team

© 2024 Bedrock Recovery Center | All Rights Reserved

* This page does not provide medical advice.

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