5778 State Route 350 Oregonia, OH 45054


Ohio Meth Addiction Rehab in Cincinnati

Methamphetamine Addiction

Whether you or your loved one is addicted to meth, cocaine, opiates, heroin, or more, you can trust our Cincinnati team to prioritize your well-being and care for you as we’d care for our family members. Join us today.

A Holistic Approach to Treating Meth Addiction

Meth Addiction
Treatment in Ohio.

If you’re addicted to meth and/or other drugs and need help, whether it’s detoxing or therapy, Cedar Oaks Wellness Center has the right program for you.

Our meth addiction treatment has helped clients throughout Cincinnati recover peacefully in nature. Located on 120 acres of forest, our facility provides a calm, judgment-free atmosphere for you to commit to a healthy and sober lifestyle.

Learn more about our programs and therapies by calling our team today at 1-866-902-2994, or fill out our online form. We look forward to meeting with you and discussing your future.

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What Exactly is Meth?

What Exactly Is


Methamphetamine, also known as meth, is a stimulant that acts on the central nervous system to increase dopamine production. The substance often takes the form of a white, bitter powder and can be snorted, smoked, or ingested. Crystal meth, on the other hand, is blue or clear in color and usually smoked in its crystal form.

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Addictions We
Treat at Cedar Oaks.

The Symptoms of Meth Addiction

What Does Crystal Meth
Addiction Look Like.

Because dopamine is the chemical often associated with pleasurable feelings, as well as motivation and reward processing, individuals commonly abuse meth to achieve a euphoric rush. Other side effects include increased energy, talkativeness, and decreased appetite—meth users are known to be awake for multiple days at a time because of the drug’s stimulating effects.

Other common effects associated with meth abuse include:

Though initially used in nasal decongestants, methamphetamine has since been classified as a Schedule II stimulant by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and is now relatively difficult to access legally. Many people with meth addictions acquire the substance illegally.

Though the FDA has taken measures to regulate methamphetamine over the years to prevent abuse, people have adapted to using the drug in its illicit forms over time, and today thousands of Americans are addicted to meth and crystal meth. According to the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), around 2.0 million people used methamphetamine in the last year. Meth addiction is already dangerous on its own, but people with addictions are also known to combine meth with alcohol and other drugs like Xanax.

We have helped hundreds
of clients recover.

We have helped hundreds of clients recover.

One of the best experiences in my life.

“I felt really welcomed and was surrounded by supportive people. They went out of their way to help me reach my goals. Always had answers to my questions and if they didn't they would give their best answers."


I Was Met with Respect & Love That Never Stopped

“We were in a beautiful serene environment where I felt safe and was given such individualized treatment. Everything from therapy, exercise, nutrition, music therapy, excursions to prepare you for the reality of going back home. Also importantly our security”


They Taught Me How to Live

“They taught me how to live and enjoy life again. I will forever be grateful to Cedar Oaks for everything they did for me. I couldn’t have done this without them.”