You can start by asking for help, just like many thousands of meth addicts have done.

You can call a treatment center and ask about admission to a detox program, followed by an inpatient or outpatient program.

You can check for 12-step programs in your community, such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA can help you locate a meeting), and GO TO ONE.

*Despite the Covid-19 shutdowns of some churches and community facilities, NA offers LOTS of online meetings with Zoom, happening literally every hour of the day somewhere in the world. You don't have to "show your face" with the video feature if you don't want, and there's no requirement that you have to say anything.

You can visit local churches and see if their particular religious services interest you. Sometimes addicts hear the calling with religion and it helps them stop drug use and stay stopped.

You can check for yoga classes (some addicts have found that yoga has really helped them, even though it's not "treatment.")

You can check out Buddhism classes; just like yoga it has helped some addicts.

There's also acupuncture, which might seem strange, but it's helped some addicts.

The bottom line for you, which you probably already know, is that you have to ask yourself "What am I willing to do?"

Author's Bio: 

Sri Tulasi is a professional astrologer, life coach, and member of the Indian Astrologers Council. She has more than 15 years of practical experience in astrology.