Stimulants Come in Many Forms

A stimulant works by acting on the body’s central nervous system (CNS), increasing alertness and cognitive function. There are many types of stimulants, including prescription medications (amphetamines, methylphenidates, and dextroamphetamines) and illicit substances such as cocaine. A higher level of these chemicals in the brain improves concentration and alertness while decreasing fatigue – for example, when someone has ADHD. Stimulants are also prescribed to treat conditions that include narcolepsy and obesity. However, when abused, stimulants can also cause significant negative side effects and trigger addictive behaviors. Like any other addiction, a stimulant dependency can keep you from being the person you truly want to be.


Inpatient Rehab & Supervised Care

At Recovery Life Center, we are a live-in facility that provides inpatient rehab and 24-hour supervised care for those suffering from stimulant addiction. We place a team of compassionate professionals at your disposal who understand your struggles, along with what it takes to get better. Based on an initial evaluation, we’ll help you customize a personalized care program that includes education, diet, exercise, counseling, recreation activities, and more. While equipping you with the recovery tools and skills needed, our highly trained staff will be at your side every step of the way to ensure your safety, comfort, and long-term success.