Diagnose and Treat Your Meth Addiction with Our 12-Step Residential Treatment Process

Build a healthy foundation for the rest of your life with our holistic meth addiction treatment program

Being addicted to meth, or crystal, is a serious health concern. A meth addiction can badly damage an addict’s mind and body. If you or a loved one suffers from a meth addiction, it’s important to seek help to remove the drug from your system.

At Harris House, we’re committed to patient safety and comfort. We promise to make you comfortable as much as possible throughout the entire rehab process.

If you are wondering if a loved one is addicted to meth, there are multiple signs to be aware of:

  • Long periods of wakefulness with high energy and unusual activity
  • Deteriorated appearance, with a lost appetite and large amounts of weight loss
  • Increased nervousness and anxiety
  • In heavy uses, teeth may turn brown and rot and addicts may have open sores from picking at their skin

As a dual diagnosis treatment facility, our licensed staff can begin treatment as soon as you come through the door, and they’re trained in a wide variety of mental health issues, not just addiction. That means our staff can treat all kinds of trauma to help you on the road to recovery.

Our rehab process combines a holistic approach, and a 12-step approach to build a healthy foundation for clients’ lives. Our goal is for you to enter recovery and stay there. Because your safety and comfort are our priorities, we allow clients to smoke and use their cellphones while staying at our clinic.

At Harris House, we understand seeking treatment is difficult. That’s why we see all our clients as holistic individuals worthy of time and care, and want the best possible treatment for them. If you or a loved one suffer from meth addiction, please call us at 314-631-4299. A counselor is standing by 24 hours a day to help.

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