According to SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration), only 0.2% of drug users who sought treatment in Connecticut in 2010 sought treatment for addiction to amphetamines, including meth. This means that there an untold number of people struggling with meth addiction who are going untreated. SAMHSA notes that Connecticut has one of the highest drug use statistics in the country, as well as one of the highest rates of unmet need for treatment. This means that people dependent on alcohol or illegal substances do not seek treatment. Do not let your addiction or dependence to meth, or any other drug, go untreated.
Meth is a dangerous drug. It destroys your health and leaves you open to contracting diseases such as HIV and hepatitis, especially if the drug is injected. Telltale signs of meth addiction are a disturbing change in appearance, including rapid weight loss and damage to teeth, anxiety, insomnia, and, in some cases, paranoia. If you, or someone you know, display any of these symptoms, treatment should be sought immediately. Drug addiction destroys your body, destroys your mind and destroys the lives of those closest to you. It is never too late to get help. Our website lists all the treatment facilities based in Connecticut. Call one today; it is the first step to a drug-free life.
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