Meth Addiction Hotline

Meth abuse is widespread across the country, with 6.4 percent of adults 26 or older, reporting meth use at some point in their lives in 2017. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health also reported that .60 percent of Americans used meth in the past year, and .30 percent used meth in the last month, indicating that approximately 977,000 Americans have a current meth addiction.

If you have a meth addiction, America’s Rehab Campuses can help. We staff a 24/7 meth hotline to answer your questions and get you on the path to sobriety. Call us today to find out how treatment could change your life.

Meth Hotline

Speak with a Treatment Advisor 24/7 – Toll-Free

What Is a Meth Hotline?

A meth hotline is a place for you to find support and assistance for your meth addiction. One of our caring advisors will answer the phone and listen to your story. They can provide answers to any questions you have or help you find the care you need to get better. In many cases, calling a meth hotline could be what stops you from a deadly overdose.

When Is It Appropriate to Call a Meth Hotline?

You can call our meth hotline anytime when you need help, support, or guidance. However, do not call us if you are experiencing a meth overdose. Instead, hang up and dial 911 for immediate medical care.

The symptoms of a meth overdose to keep an eye out for include:

  • Chest pain.
  • Problems breathing.
  • Seizures.
  • Heart attack.
  • Coma.
  • Stomach pain.
  • Stroke.

What Questions Will an Advisor Ask When I Call?

When you call the America’s Rehab Campuses meth hotline, you will have to get a little personal. It’s the only way our advisors can learn about your life and make the best recommendations for your well-being. Some questions they might ask to learn more about you include:

  • Are you in any current danger from your meth use?
  • How much meth do you usually take?
  • How long have you been abusing meth?
  • Do you use any drugs in addition to meth?
  • Could you have a co-occurring mental disorder, such as PTSD or depression?
  • Are you mentally ready to start treatment, or are you just looking into your options?

Do You Share the Information I Give You?

Don’t worry – we’ll never share anything you tell us without your consent. Each and every phone call is completely confidential, so you can feel comfortable opening up to your counselor without judgment.

Can I Use the Meth Hotline to Start Treatment?

Yes, the meth hotline is a great way to initiate treatment at America’s Rehab Campuses. During your call, the advisor working with you can learn more about your situation and make treatment recommendations based on what you’ve told them. We offer numerous programs, including detox, inpatient, and outpatient care, so deciding between these is crucial. Then, they can verify your insurance and have you fill out an intake questionnaire to get you officially enrolled.

Other Hotlines to Call

America’s Rehab Campuses is always here to provide you with the support and care you need to make it through your meth addiction. However, the following hotlines are additional resources to use in your fight for sobriety:

  • 911: Available 24 hours a day and a good option for life-threatening situations.
  • The National Poison Control Center – 1-800-222-1222: Available 24 hours a day and can provide more information on alcohol poisoning.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-8255: Available 24 hours a day and can offer emotional support during times of duress.
  • National Mental Health Association – 1-800-969-6642: Available during business hours and can answer your mental health questions.
  • SAMHSA – 1-800-662-4357: Available 24 hours a day and offers help for both mental illness and substance abuse.