Any docs believe prescribing adderall/other prescription amphetamine effective/acceptable sub to prevent relapse, aid in withdrawal symptoms for meth addiction?

Harm Reduction. . The ideal treatment for meth addiction is one that does not include use of stimulants. The meth addict treated with stimulant replacement runs the risk of impaired control over use. At the same time, the physician should "first do no harm", and in rare case by case basis may have to employ the lesser of two evils for purposes of harm reduction. Ideally addressed by an addiction psychiatrist.
Absolutely not. Just because a drug is legally or prescribed does not make it safe by any means. If you have an addiction, the best course is to abstain from all mood altering substances. Period.

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Help docs? Why is it hard to kick meth addiction?

Good question. But nobody really knows. Stimulants in general make people feel so good, and then so bad when they stop, that they compulsively and obsessively want to feel the "good" again. They change the actual chemistry/structure of the brain to where the brain needs these substances to function. Cocaine is just as difficult for many people to kick, but methamphetamine is the worst. There is help available. Read more...

How can I find a doctor that will prescribe medications, dopamine related, for meth addiction?

Dopamine. I would seek out a certified addictions specialist. Some primary physicians and pain mgmt practitioners manage this. Read more...
Psychiatrist. This is mainstream psychiatry - ask your primary care doc for a referral. Read more...