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Spencer Recovery Center

Specialized Treatment for Crystal Meth

The Meth Track was created specifically for people who did not achieve the greatest possible results from other types of treatment programs or who feel as though they desire a program that can cater to their individual needs. While on the Meth Track, our clients are able to consult with counselors one-on-one, attend group therapy and participate in educational and awareness-type activities directly related to their drug of choice. Our emphasis on meth addiction treatment provides an educational tool as well as a stronger support system for our clients.

The Meth Track offers unique counseling group settings as well as individual counseling to discuss the importance of recovery from methamphetamines as well as the ways in which its use could be triggered in the future. One of the most important goals of the Meth Track and other tracks like it is to make sure those specific triggers and issues are addressed as they relate to various drugs. People who are addicted to substances such as alcohol or Vicodin will have very different experiences from each other and from people with meth addiction problems. The Meth Track, like our other tracks, relies on the 12-step philosophy as a continual way of life. The growth inherent in working the 12-steps as they relate to certain drugs or issues helps individuals to understand their disease and continue on a successful path

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Accreditation

Spencer Recovery Center has been accredited by the Joint Commission (formerly JCAHO) since 1989. The Joint Commission is a hospital-level quality and safety assurance standards accrediting body. The Joint Commission conducts thorough routine evaluations of the facility to ensure that the programs, policies and procedures are set at the highest standards and that the staff of the facility is properly following the policies and procedures. This ensures that each client receives a treatment program with high quality care.

http://www.qualitycheck.org/qualityreport.aspx?hcoid=1642

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