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A stimulant drug, crystal meth is highly addictive, both psychologically and physically. Even with periods of abstinence, the urge to get high on the drug often resurfaces every few months for years. Those who indulge that compulsion often succumb very quickly to the devastating effects of the drug.

If you or someone you care about is living in Wichita, Kansas with an active crystal meth addiction, call now to find out how to heal.

Meth Lab Numbers Drop but Crystal Meth Addiction Still Plagues Wichita, KS

Harsher penalties for those caught running meth labs have translated into a drop in meth lab busts across Kansas, but crystal meth abuse and addiction are still problems. The Wichita Police Chief says that the crystal meth problem in Wichita is as serious or more so than it was when meth labs were more frequently tucked into dark corners.

How is it possible for addicts to get the drug when there are fewer people making the drug? Crystal meth, rather than being made in the state, is coming into Kansas through increased trafficking, specifically up from Mexico along US 54 Liberal and I-35 from Dallas.

Another issue is that, though there are fewer permanent meth labs for police to find, there are a growing number of mobile labs that are set up in vehicles. Plus, a new method of making the drugs enables people to create it on the fly, often in bathrooms at bars and clubs. The mobility factor makes it harder for police to track these labs down and stop the drug trade before it gets to the user.

Wichita police say that they had 265 cases related to crystal meth abuse between January and November of 2010. Possession is the major issue, but safety hazards due to the chemicals used to make the drug and crime related to addiction are also huge problems in Wichita and across Kansas.

Crystal Meth Addiction Requires Long-Term Rehabilitation

Aftercare services are just as important as medical care to recovering crystal meth addicts. Find out how to secure both when you call the number listed above.

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Addiction Treatment Services

940 N Waco Ave

Wichita KS, 67203-3947
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Affiliated Family Counselors

1223 N Rock Rd # G100

Wichita KS, 67206-1271
(316) 636-2888 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>


Alcoholics Anonymous

204 W 18th St N

Wichita KS, 67203-2509
(316) 262-9422 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>



650 N Carriage Pkwy # 135

Wichita KS, 67208-4514
(316) 685-4700 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>



1319 W May St

Wichita KS, 67213-3505
(316) 265-8561 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>


Higher Ground

247 N Market St

Wichita KS, 67202-2003
(316) 262-2060 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>


King’s Alcohol-Drug Treatment

110 S Main St

Wichita KS, 67202-3700
(316) 685-3500 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>



236 S Pattie St

Wichita KS, 67211-1719
(316) 264-5999 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>


Parallax Inc

3410 E Funston St

Wichita KS, 67218-3946
(316) 689-6813 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>


Substance Abuse Center Of Kansas

731 N Water St

Wichita KS, 67203-3853
(316) 267-3825 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>


The Wichita/Sedgwick County Regional Prevention Center

357 S Lulu St

Wichita KS, 67211-1714
(316) 262-2421 ID, 'rnklb_phone', true);?>



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