The physical and emotional effects of meth are devastating. At Lucida addiction treatment center, you’ll begin recovering from these effects. You’ll also build healthy coping skills to prevent relapse. Our addiction treatment center team has years of experience. We’re passionate about helping people recover from meth addiction. We can help you take back your life.
Inpatient Treatment for Methamphetamine Addiction
Methamphetamine is a highly addictive drug. Many people find that they develop meth dependence very quickly—sometimes after just one use. Crystal meth users quickly build tolerance to the drug. They need more and more to get the high they once felt.
Outpatient treatment doesn’t provide enough structure and distance from triggers for some people. Living at drug rehab and attending treatment during the day helps you focus all your attention on getting better. You’ll work closely with a team of counselors, psychiatrists, and other mental health professionals.
Lucida offers varying lengths of stay. You can attend treatment until you’re confident in your recovery.
In our inpatient meth rehab program, we offer the following treatment options:
Meth abuse treatment includes sessions with a primary therapist. You’ll explore the emotional issues that lead to drug abuse. You’ll also learn coping skills to deal with situations and feelings that trigger substance abuse. Lucida’s therapists are trained in effective treatments for methamphetamine addiction. We help you recover from meth addiction in a comfortable, healing environment.
We use approaches like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills, and trauma therapy to help you explore some of the following issues:
- Childhood trauma
- Attachment problems
- Negative relationship patterns
- Low self-esteem
- Impulsive behavior
- Negative mindset and thinking
- Substance abuse triggers
Individual therapy is also a place to work on healthy routines and life goals. We help you learn healthier coping skills and new ways of thinking.
Research shows that working on problems in a group setting can be empowering and healing. You’ll hear your story in other people’s stories. And you’ll develop lasting relationships to carry with you into life after treatment. Our counselors will help you and your peers improve your communication and relationship skills.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Abusing meth is sometimes an attempt to self-medicate symptoms of mental health disorders. Anxiety and depression may be the underlying cause for people who abuse methamphetamine. Meth abuse can also bring on symptoms of mental and psychotic disorders.
When people have both meth addiction and a mental illness, it’s called a dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders. The mental health team at Lucida drug rehab center will determine if you have any co-occurring disorders. If you do, we want to treat those as well, so your recovery is even stronger. Dual diagnosis treatment may include a combination of evidence-based medications and therapy.
Experiential Options for Treating Meth Addiction
There are many ways you can work on healing old wounds and charting the course for a new life. At Lucida, inpatient rehab for people addicted to meth involves more than talk therapy. In addition to traditional therapies, we have alternative treatments for addiction. Our meth addiction treatment program offers:
- Psychodrama – You’ll address difficult emotions and situations through role-playing exercises. A trained therapist guides you and peers through a variety of psychodrama approaches. You’ll tackle past, present and future situations tied to addiction and related issues.
- Yoga – Yoga can be a useful grounding activity for people in recovery. Through stretches, mindfulness and yoga poses, you’ll improve physical and mental health.
- Fitness – Exercise also has many physical and psychological benefits. Lucida has an onsite gym and offers regular fitness opportunities.
- EMDR – Trauma therapies like EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) can be an important addition to talk therapy. EMDR helps you release emotional pain from past trauma through bilateral stimulation of the eyes.
Continuing Care for Treating Meth Addiction
We want you to stay sober long term. That’s why we offer continuing care planning to support you after you leave our meth abuse treatment center. This plan may include referrals to:
- Outpatient drug rehab
- Sober-living residences
- 12-step groups and 12-step alternatives
About Our Treatment Facility
Lucida is set in Palm Beach County, Florida. You’ll enjoy soothing views of the Intracoastal Waterway while doing the work of recovery. Residences are comfortable with pleasing décor. You’ll live with peers and attend daily programming at our nearby treatment center. If you would feel more comfortable in a private room, we have those available as well.
We Accept Insurance
Lucida works with many insurance providers. We’ll work directly with your insurance company to provide a free estimate of out-of-pocket costs. Call our recovery advisors at 844-878-1996.
Take Your Life Back From Meth
If you or a loved one struggles with methamphetamine addiction, Lucida Treatment Center can help. Recover in a beautiful setting with a team of drug abuse treatment specialists. Change your life today. Call our drug addiction and alcohol treatment center at 844-878-1996.