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Crystal Meth Recovery Services

Do You Have a Problem?

Is meth becoming a problem in your life?

Do you use meth because you are shy?
To escape from worries? To boost your self-confidence?

Is meth use making your home life unhappy or jeopardizing your job or business?

If you answered "yes" to one or more of the above questions, you may have a problem. The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's Crystal Meth Recovery Services program can help.


How Can I Quit?

With individual counseling and support groups, the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center can help you stop using meth and improve your well-being.  

Professional counselers can help you understand why you use meth and how you can get and stay clean. Click here for information about counseling at the Center, and click here for information about scheduling an appointment.

Looking for support from others in recovery? The Center's meth support groups are listed below. You can stop in to check out drop-in groups, or contact CMRS for more information about closed groups.

You can find more resources to help you fight meth addiction in the Crystal Meth Recovery Toolbox.

Meth Basics

How much do you know about meth? Read the meth memos to learn the basics of meth, including ingredients used in meth, how it is used and the drug's long-term effects.  

Click here to read a Q&A with Mike Rizzo, Manager of Crystal Meth Recovery Services. A recovering addict, Rizzo now makes it his mission to help others fight meth addiction.

News Story: Homeless
LGBT Youth and Crystal Meth
 

In a story by KCET news show 
Life & Times, Michael, a homeless young gay man, and Mike Rizzo, manager of Crystal Meth Recovery Services, talk about a rise in meth use among homeless LGBT youth:


Life & Times examines meth use among homeless LGBT youth.
Learn more about the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's services for homeless young LGBT people

  

Click here to read stories from Crystal Meth Recovery Services clients. 

 

Crystal Meth Groups

Weekly crystal meth groups give you a way to draw strength from others in recovery. Mental health professionals facilitate the groups, which vary in size but are typically small.

Crystal Meth Support Group
McDonald/Wright Building, Hollywood
Monday evenings
Abstinence-based group

Methology
Tuesdays
7-8:30 p.m.
Methology is a crystal meth harm-reduction program that is provided in a safe, non-judgmental space with others who get it.

Recovery Over Crystal (ROC) Group
McDonald/Wright Building, Hollywood
Wednesday evenings
Abstinence-based educational group

Youth Center on Highland Crystal Drop-In Group
Youth Center on Highland, Hollywood
Fridays
10-11 a.m.
This support group, specifically for Youth Center on Highland clients, will help you learn harm-reduction techniques.

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 For more information about crystal meth groups, or to schedule an intake, call 323-993-7448 or send an e-mail to methrecovery@lagaycenter.org 


Crystal Meth Anonymous

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Methology staff available from 1 p.m.-5 p.m., Monday - Friday.


Crystal Meth Recovery Services
McDonald/Wright Building


Hours:

Monday and Thursday
Walk-in intakes are available from
1-4 p.m. in Mental Health Services. Arrive between 12 and 1 p.m. to complete registration paperwork.

If you prefer to make an appointment for an intake meeting, call 323-993-7669.



Call 323-993-7448 or send e-mail to methrecovery@lagaycenter.org.

Crystal Meth Recovery Services staff members are available for outreach and education for organizations and schools.

 

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