Colorado Amphetamine Hotline
24/7, Toll-Free, Confidential
Do You Have an Amphetamine Problem?
Do you have a problem with amphetamines? Are you addicted to these stimulant drugs and searching for effective Colorado treatment options? At The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake, we have a 24/7 free, confidential amphetamine helpline available to people in Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs and throughout the state of Colorado, as well as nationwide.
Some of the most commonly prescribed and abused amphetamines include Adderall, Dexedrine, and Vyvanse. These drugs are synthetic stimulants of the central nervous system, and they’re used to treat ADHD as well as narcolepsy and occasionally extreme obesity.
The only thing you need to do to get started on a path to recovery from amphetamines?
Contact our amphetamine hotline.
Signs of Amphetamine Abuse
So what are the signs you or your loved one is abusing amphetamines?
Some of the signs of stimulant drug abuse that might indicate you should contact an amphetamine hotline include:
- A sense of euphoria
- Dry mouth
- Fast breathing
- Dilated pupils
- Increased sense of energy and alertness
- Disinterest in activities or responsibilities that don’t include amphetamines
- Weight loss
- Preoccupation with amphetamine
- Continuing to use amphetamines despite adverse consequences
- Not being able to stop using amphetamines
It’s important for people to realize that abuse of amphetamines, particularly long-term use, can contribute to negative mental and physical effects and can also mean that you will go withdrawal if you stop using the drugs suddenly. This can be dangerous, and it can make it more likely you’ll relapse. Talking about medically-supervised detox and withdrawal is just one component of the conversation that will take place when you call our free amphetamine hotline.
How Can You Get Help for an Amphetamine Addiction?
What Do You Talk About When You Call Our Colorado Amphetamine Helpline?
There are many different things you can discuss when you call our Colorado 24-hour hotline for amphetamines. For some people, the conversation may simply be an opportunity to learn more about amphetamine addiction, potential consequences and the help that’s available.
If you or your loved one is ready for treatment, the discussion will go more into the details of what rehab is like, what to expect, and things like how to pay for rehab and whether or not your insurance will cover the cost of rehab.
The coordinator you speak with will also want to know more about you, although the details of this conversation will always remain private and confidential.
Your coordinator may ask about how long you’ve been using amphetamines and the details of your abuse. They may also ask questions about your lifestyle, and they’ll also want to know if you abuse other substances and whether or not you have co-occurring mental disorders such as bipolar, anxiety or depression. These questions, while they will remain between you and your coordinator, are an important part of offering you the right treatment program that will best suit you as an individual.
Who Can Call A Colorado Amphetamine Hotline?
Anyone is welcome to call our Colorado amphetamine hotline. We serve the needs of Colorado residents across the state including in Denver, Boulder, and Colorado Springs. We also have national resources available, if that’s what’s needed.
You can call our 24/7 Colorado amphetamine hotline whether you’re ready to receive treatment or not. We also encourage friends and family members of people with an amphetamine abuse problem to call as well.
If you are experiencing an emergency or life-threatening situation, however, do not call the amphetamine hotline. Instead, contact 911.
Pertinent phone numbers and resources available to people in Colorado struggling with addiction include:
The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake: 719-884-0063
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: 800-662-HELP (4357)
The National Mental Health Association: 800-969-6642
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-TALK (8255)