With God all things are possible – including a long-lasting recovery from methamphetamine addiction. At Covenant Hills, we offer a comprehensive meth rehab program that utilizes evidence-based addiction treatment modalities combined with the teachings of Jesus Christ to help you be the person God wants you to be.
Our team is standing by to provide a free evaluation and to discuss an individualized treatment program that fits your needs. If you’re ready to take the first step, we invite you to call us now: (844) 277-9386.
Or, keep reading to learn more about our Christian meth rehab program.
With more than 25 years dedicated to helping people recover from meth addiction and other substance use disorders, our highly experienced treatment team is ready to welcome you or your loved one with open arms from the moment you step through our doors.
We understand that meth addiction is a chronic disease that harms all aspects of your physical, mental and spiritual health. Not only that, the negative impact of addiction often extends to the people we care about most.
This is why our meth addiction treatment center offers a multi-disciplinary approach to addressing your overall health and wellness, along with your interpersonal relationships.
Whether you’re researching meth addiction treatment for yourself or for someone you care about, the most difficult part of the process is knowing where to begin and how to take that first step.
No matter if you ultimately choose to work with Covenant Hills or a different rehab center, we recommend you do your research. Look for information about accreditations, ask about dual-diagnosis treatment and make sure there is a relapse prevention plan to help you after you complete the program.
We are ready to speak with you 24/7. Just pick up the phone and call (844) 277-9386 now. We will take as much time as you need to listen to you and explain our various treatment options. Don’t wait. We will answer you, no matter what time you call.
Learn more about methamphetamines, including what they are and how they affect the body:
What are Methamphetamines?
How does Meth Affect the Body
How does Meth affect the Brain