The problem of rehabilitation from addiction to methamphetamine is of particular interest to the author of this paper. As a recovering addict himself, the author is concerned about how to handle this issue within the contexts of social work and care. This paper provides an overview of the problem of methamphetamine addiction and explores the role and functions of social workers engaged in alleviation of the concern. To address the issue of social worker roles and functions in the matter of tackling the problem of addiction to methamphetamine several highly reputable research works have been used, which provided insight on the details of the problem. The paper concludes with the summary of the essay’s discussion and possible recommendations for the future practice of those social workers who are engaged in delivery of the long-term rehabilitation care to methamphetamine addicts.