Meth destroys lives. That's the message Hometown Television has tried to stress during the entire month of February.
Fortunately, there is a solution. Unfortunately, because meth is so addictive, the road to a new life is not an easy one.
Many meth users go through damaging withdrawal problems, including anger and severe depression. Therefore, they must seek in-patient care before seeking outpatient care.
Outpatients go through cognitive behavior therapy, which involves re-teaching people how to think and behave. Thursday on NewsCenter 13 Live at 6, find out how counselors change the way people think.
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