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Meth Abuse - Design For Recovery

Methamphetamine, often known as “meth” or “crystal,” is devastatingly addictive with potentially fatal consequences once a dependency has formed from habitual use. Some find themselves initially drawn into abusing the drug due to such feelings as elation quickly find themselves unable to stop after developing a physical dependency on the substance. This can quickly have fatal consequences if not quickly treated.

Check out our resources below for more information, and please reach out to us if you would like more resources or support if you or a loved one need guidance on your path towards recovery from this potentially deadly addiction. We are here for you.

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Edited by: David Beasley

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David Beasley is a certified RADT (Registered Alcohol/Drug Technician). David, moved to California from North Carolina after many failed attempts to get sober.

Medically Reviewed by: Charley Allen
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Charley earned his Masters of Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles, and is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).He teaches mindfulness to both adults and children in group setting such as schools, corporate workplaces, and medical treatment facilities.

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