At Blueprints for Recovery, we provide the practical, medical, and relational
young men ages 18 – 30 who are seeking to recover from
drug addiction and substance abuse. We know that no one can successfully conquer drug
addiction by themselves, which is why we seek to make sure you are not
isolated or alone during the process.
Call (888) 744-9969 to speak to a member of our Arizona team today.
Recovering from Stimulant Drug Addiction
“Stimulant” is another term for psychoactive drugs that increase
users’ alertness, productivity, and mental function. Commonly abused
stimulants include Ritalin, Adderall, and other prescription drugs that contain
methamphetamines. Such drugs are often prescribed for people experiencing symptoms of any
of the following:
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Anyone taking prescription stimulants is at a high risk for addiction,
and addiction often occurs slowly over time. If you or someone you love
is taking a stimulant medication, there may be cause for concern if any
of the following are true:
- Stimulant use has increased over time.
- Stimulants are being injected, snorted, smoked, or consumed in large quantities.
- The user is exhibiting dangerous, erratic, or risky behavior.
- The user is experiencing social withdrawal, sexual dysfunction, weight
loss, a desire to reduce stimulant use or quit entirely, and other negative
effects on their work, family, and social life.
Our 3-Phase Method for Drug Addiction Recovery
We can help you whether you are currently struggling with stimulant use
or addiction to any other sort of drug. Everyone who comes through our
doors will receive specialized, live-in support as part of our
Residential: During this phase, you will live in our facility in scenic Prescott, where
you will have support and accountability from peers, counselors, therapists,
and other professionals.
Transitional: During this phase, you will begin to slowly reintegrate into normal life
by getting a part-time job or enrolling in school part-time.
Independent: During this phase, you will begin the final phase of recovery by working
to develop a strong support network of friends, family members, counselors,
therapists, and others who you can lean on after leaving our facility.
You will also be able to pursue full-time work or school.
If you are interested in arranging care for a loved one struggling with
stimulant drug addiction, please call (888) 744-9969 or
fill out an admissions application online.