This highly addictive substance has been called “the most dangerous drug on earth,” and with good reason. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) reported that some 1.2 million Americans over the age of 12 have used methamphetamine within the last year, while some 13 million are estimated to have used it at some point in their lives.

Beyond the statistics, the devastating effects of “meth” are widespread and all too apparent. Just look at the disturbing arrest photos of those who have fallen prey to this insidious drug… Hollow eyes. Gaunt faces. Hopeless expressions.

Often made from various household products, crystal meth produces a false sense of well-being, giving users a physical rush as well as energy and self-confidence. Unfortunately, these effects only last a few hours and tolerance builds quickly, leading to an inevitable downward spiral of increased abuse.

Meth abuse touches nearly every person and every family, ravaging physical and mental health, as well as ruining relationships and finances. No one is immune to the meth epidemic, or its harrowing long-term impact.

iRecover’s methamphetamine abuse program includes doctor supervised detox and personalized therapy to help counteract the drug’s powerful and disruptive effects on the brain. Withdrawal symptoms are managed within the framework of iRecover’s safe and serene environment, which includes private rooms, one-on-one counseling and group therapy, plus the opportunity for yoga, meditation and guided hikes.

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