It is hard to admit that you have a problem using Meth. People start using Meth for many different reasons, and it doesn't matter why or when you started using it - what matters now is you are seeking help by visiting our web site.

What happens next is up to you. You can either go forward to get help or you can stay stuck in the nightmare of Meth addiction. Remember, it is possible to recover from your addiction if you take the first step by reaching out for assistance.

Need a treatment referral?
Call 1-800-662-HELP or visit findtreatment.samhsa.gov

SELF HELP RESOURCES

Millions of people in this country and around the world use self-help groups. These groups are organized by people who were, at some time in their life, in the same place you are right now. These groups are there to help you not judge you. Contact them now.

If you are wondering if you have a drug problem or you need help with your drug problem contact any one of the following:

SELF ASSESSMENT

Indicators you may have a problem with Meth:
  • Needing more Meth to feel high.
  • Spending more money on Meth than on bills.
  • Planning activities around Meth and ignoring responsibilities.
  • Constantly thinking about when you will next get high.
  • Letting go of daily routines such as eating, sleeping, bathing, shopping, cleaning, and/or caring for family members.
  • Losing interest in activities and friends who are not associated with Meth use.
  • Friends and/or family members expressing concern to you about your life and/or drug use.