Outdoor Young Adult Meth Addiction Treatment Center

Backed by 50 years of research, outdoor adventure therapy is a proven methodology for treatment of meth addiction in young adults. Find lasting sobriety today at our wilderness treatment center for substance abuse.

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Learn About Outdoor & Adventure Meth Addiction Treatment & Rehab

Methamphetamine, also called meth, is a very addictive stimulant drug that produces a very intense high. Unfortunately, because of the power of the high and the relative ease with which the drug can be obtained, meth it is widely abused. Methamphetamine is an extremely destructive drug that, if abused for a prolonged period of time, can lead to irreversible damage to the brain and other areas of the body. Furthermore, a meth addiction can devastate almost all areas of a person’s life. At Four Circles Recovery Center we want you to know that your meth addiction does not have to run your life any more. Our treatment center can provide you with the skills needed to overcome your addiction and take back control of your life.

Four Circle Recovery Center is a leading outcomes-driven wilderness-based treatment center specifically designed for men and women, 18 to 30 years of age, who are struggling with an addiction to meth. We offer an innovative approach to treatment that integrates an adventure-based wilderness experience with professional clinical care and therapeutic rehab. Our approach to treatment creates the foundation for sustained recovery and life changing experiences for young adults facing the challenges of addiction, substance abuse, and co-occurring emotional or behavioral issues that may have sabotaged their success.

Helping a Loved One

Helping a Loved One Get Meth Addiction Treatment

If you have a loved one who is abusing meth you are most likely noticing a number of changes taking place within your loved one. He or she may be demonstrating bizarre or violent behaviors, his or her personality or temperament may have changed, and he or she may look as if he or she is physically wasting away. If this sounds like your loved one, it is important that you get him or into treatment right away; denying the problem will only create more problems for everyone in the long run.

The first step for getting your loved one the help that he or she needs is to learn all you can about a methamphetamine addiction. Next, research treatment centers that specialize in treating this type of addiction. Once you have compiled information about multiple treatment programs you should set a time to talk to your loved one where you can express your concerns and present him or her with the treatment options you have found. You and your loved one can decide which treatment center would be most appropriate for his or her needs.

Why Choose Us?

Why Consider Meth Addiction Rehab at Four Circles Recovery Center

Methamphetamine is an extremely strong stimulant, which when abused, leads to a number of damaging effects on a person’s body and mind. Within as little as a few uses an individual can develop a meth addiction, causing them to experience strong craving for the drug, only perpetuating the abuse. Meth abuse can change users’ personality, causing them to feel more anxious than usual or may be aggressive and act in a violent manner. Physically, long-term meth abuse can lead to dry, itchy skin, and “meth mouth,” which is a condition where the teeth have become rotten and will most likely need to be removed. Additional physical effects can include lack of attention to personal hygiene, hallucinations, delusions, and paranoia, as well as an increased risk for suicidal and homicidal ideations. The bottom line is that nothing good can come from a meth addiction, and rehab should be sought immediately at a leading treatment center.

Types of Treatment

Types of Meth Addiction Treatment Offered at our Outdoor Addiction Treatment Center

At our wilderness treatment center, our rehab model is designed to engage clients by immersing them in the natural world where they are inspired to cultivate self-reliance by being faced with compassionate yet uncompromising accountability. This model allows clients to reap the benefits of a therapeutic wilderness center while offering the opportunity to practice skills learned in real world settings. Finally, all treatment provided at Four Circles is gender-specific, with separate tracks designed to meet the specific needs of both male and female clients.

The young men and women at our treatment center go on wilderness expeditions that usually last from a week to ten days, and then return to our home base where they will continue to work on the recovery process for their methamphetamine addictions. Rehab participants will remain on campus for about three or four days, during which time they will begin to connect with the community through meetings, service projects, and participation in adventure-based therapeutic groups, before heading out on their next wilderness expedition.

Rehab at Four Circles consists of four levels, each of which has a number of specific guidelines and assignments for clients to complete in order to move through the level system. We use a variety of clinical and holistic approaches that allows us to meet each client’s physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs while also helping them to establish a strong foundation for sustained recovery. The following are among the many treatment methods employed at our center in the treatment of methamphetamine abuse and addiction:

Medication management: It is very common for individuals with pain medication abuse or addiction to also be struggling with a mental health disorder. Many times these co-occurring disorders will require the use of medication to help alleviate distressing symptoms. However, all medication needs for co-occurring mental health concerns are always decided on a case-by-case basis. For any client who requires medication management, Four Circles has a contracted psychiatrist and nurse practitioner, both of whom are available within 24 hours. Should a need arise, clients can be pulled from the field for an office visit.

Individual therapy: All clients at Four Circles will participate in individual therapy sessions on a weekly basis. Individual sessions allow clients personalized time with a therapist where they will be able to set achievable goals for their recovery, address specific concerns, and work through any distressing emotions surrounding their pain medication abuse.

Group therapy: Four Circles offers a number of group therapy sessions, including our nightly process groups with a para-professional wilderness guide and weekly process groups, which are conducted by a fully licensed therapist. Clients are also required to participate in a two-hour experiential challenge group on a weekly basis.

Family therapy: We firmly believe that family participation is an integral part of the rehab experience for those who are recovering from substance use disorders such as meth abuse. Families who have loved ones in our program will receive ongoing coaching and therapeutic contact through weekly phone sessions with a primary therapist. Additionally, we hold a two-day onsite workshop for all family members to help them with the healing process.

Adventure trips: In order to help clients foster a spiritual connection to their recovery journey, Four Circles provides regularly schedule adventure-based counseling trips, which may include the following opportunities:

  • Canoeing
  • Whitewater rafting
  • Mountain biking
  • Rock Climbing
  • Fly Fishing

Additional therapeutic activities: In addition to participating in the therapeutic methods listed above, all clients at our treatment center also have the opportunity to utilize a variety of additional therapies, which are designed to help enhance the recovery process. These therapies may include:

  • Nutritional education
  • Martial arts
  • 12-step (AA and NA) meetings
  • Yoga therapy
  • Psycho-educational skills training
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Life skills training
  • Meditation
  • Career/vocational/psychological testing
  • Solution-focused therapy
Continuing Care

Continuing Care and Levels of Treatment for Meth Addiction

Prior to completion of rehab, all clients will participate in a one-week healing ceremony where they will engage in solo experiences that will help them prepare for the future. Once this rite of passage ceremony is completed, clients will return to base camp where they will work on aftercare planning, develop a relapse prevention plan, and create a support system that will sustain the progress they have made. Since we understand that recovery is a lifelong process that extends beyond a client’s time at Four Circles, we work closely with each client, their families, and referral sources to create a detailed discharge and aftercare plan.

Our treatment center also offers a Sober Living Transition Program for adult males, ages 18 to 28, who are in the process of transitioning from a primary abuse treatment program into independent living. This program is at least 14 days in length and provides clients with a number of therapeutic methods including individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and medication management. Additionally, adventure- based trips are taken every weekend.

Finally, Four Circles offers a 28-day Relapse Prevention Program specifically for individuals who are in transitional living or have completed a primary treatment program that are in need of this additional level of care or have relapsed while in step-down care.

Whatever your methamphetamine abuse concerns may be the highly qualified, compassionate staff at our wilderness treatment center can help you overcome that addiction and be able to lay the foundation for a life of sobriety. If you are struggling with a methamphetamine abuse problem, Four Circles Recovery Center is here to help.

We are affiliated with the following organizations, which provide accreditation, education, and training to ensure quality behavioral health and addiction treatment.
  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)
  • National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP)
  • National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP)
  • Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Council
  • The Jason Foundation