As people begin to use meth more frequently or in larger amounts, difficulties or problems commonly occur.
Research with meth users has found that many people prefer to manage these issues themselves, particularly in the early stages. In fact, meth users tend to get specialist help only when they experience serious problems with their mental health, relationships, the law, meth dependence or meth withdrawal.
This site was created by a team of meth treatment specialists in Melbourne, Australia, and aims to help people self-manage some of the most common meth-related issues. The site provides research-based, practical advice on self-management, as well as options for specialist treatment.
Many of the self-help techniques suggested on the site are also used in specialist counselling, so now that you know what's involved, don't hesitate to get some professional support if you need it.
The developers will update the information regularly, so please take some time to comment on this site and help them to help you.