Cocaine Addiction Treatment
Cocaine Addiction Treatment at Promises
Take back your life from drugs and alcohol. We’ll help you tackle the reasons behind cocaine addiction. You’ll learn healthy coping skills to live a fulfilling life in recovery. Call Promises today to learn more about our treatment center: 844-876-5568.
What is Cocaine Rehab Like?
Safe and Comfortable Detox
Detoxing from drugs and alcohol shouldn’t stop you from entering addiction treatment. Promises medical team makes sure this process is safe and as comfortable as possible. You may experience cocaine withdrawal symptoms if you’ve been abusing drugs regularly. Alcohol abuse can cause additional serious withdrawal symptoms. We use medications and alternative therapies to ease symptoms of cocaine withdrawal. Our caring team of professionals attends to you around the clock to ease discomfort. You can go through drug detox in one of our state-of-the-art detox facilities. We can also recommend a reputable detox center nearby.
Cocaine impacts the production of dopamine, one of the brain’s “feel good” neurotransmitters. Continued use alters the brain’s ability to produce and regulate dopamine on its own. This makes cocaine users at high risk for physical and psychological cocaine dependence and therefore, withdrawal. This is especially true if you’ve also been struggling with alcohol abuse.
Medical detox can help ease cocaine withdrawal symptoms like:
- Paranoid delusions
- Cocaine overdose
- Respiratory and circulatory failure
- Cerebral hemorrhage
- Heart failure
Our medical team is experienced in detoxing people from multiple drug addictions. We can help you safely eliminate substances from your body.
Other substance abuse issues we can address in our detox and rehab program include:
- Heroin addiction / opioid abuse
- Prescription drug addiction
- Alcohol abuse
- Marijuana abuse
Effective and Compassionate Inpatient Treatment
Following cocaine detox, residential treatment helps cocaine abusers maintain sobriety. Our inpatient addiction treatment program includes the latest research in addiction treatment options.
Substance abuse and mental health issues can wreak havoc on your health. We treat cocaine addiction from all angles. We’ll help you begin restoring physical and mental health. Promises’ treatment team uses approaches that get to the root causes of cocaine dependence.
Promises drug and alcohol rehab program approaches may include:
Individual Behavioral Therapy
Counseling with a trained therapist is a regular part of our addiction treatment program. During therapy sessions, you’ll work on emotional issues that contribute to substance abuse. You’ll identify why you feel you need drugs and alcohol to cope and learn healthier ways of dealing with these challenges. Your Promises’ therapist will help you change unhealthy thought patterns that lead to destructive behaviors with proven approaches like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
Promises rehab program includes several group therapy sessions. This can be a transformational part of drug addiction treatment for many clients. Sharing and hearing from peers with similar struggles helps you feel less alone. You may “see yourself” in others and relate deeply to what they’re going through. You’ll learn from your peers, and they will learn from you. Group therapy helps you improve interpersonal skills and practice effectively dealing with relationship issues.
People in recovery do better when they feel supported by loved ones. Promises’ treatment options include family therapy as appropriate. Sessions can take place at our addiction treatment centers or over the phone. A mental health professional will help you and your loved ones discuss difficult subjects. You’ll learn healthier ways to relate to one another.
In addition to traditional therapies like individual and group counseling, Promises offers alternative cocaine addiction treatment options. These activities help you mend mind, body and spirit. Alternative approaches to substance abuse and mental health treatment may include:
- Adventure therapies
- Spiritual practices
- Art and music
- Trauma therapies like EMDR
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
You’ll receive thorough psychiatric assessments in cocaine rehab to diagnose underlying mental illness. Substance use disorders often go hand-in-hand with psychiatric conditions. Co-occurring disorders like depression and anxiety can lead people to abuse drugs and alcohol as a way to cope with symptoms. Abusing drugs and alcohol can also lead to mental illness symptoms by interfering with brain functioning. Crack cocaine can throw off neurotransmitters responsible for regulating emotions. This may contribute to a slew of issues like depression and anxiety.
Dual diagnosis treatment for mental health issues is a key aspect of Promises’ rehab program. Our psychiatric team will assess you for co-occurring issues like depression. We may prescribe medication as appropriate. You’ll see us throughout your stay for medication management. Cocaine abusers often find they feel less of a pull to use drugs when they properly manage co-occurring disorder symptoms.
Our treatment programs take place in restorative settings. The backdrop of nature can provide a sense of serenity for people in recovery. Depending on your location, you’ll enjoy soothing views of the ocean, desert or Texas foothills. Promises’ recovery centers feel far from a stark hospital treatment facility. They’re complete with cozy furnishings, warm decor and welcoming gathering areas. We provide a soothing, comfortable setting so you can focus on substance abuse treatment and not what’s lacking in your environment.
You’re not left to go it alone after you leave a Promises treatment center. We’ll help you plan for this moment from day one. During inpatient rehab, you’ll learn relapse prevention skills that can last a lifetime. We’ll connect you with therapists and other mental health professionals for regular follow-up. We can recommend outpatient rehab if you’d like to keep a foothold in treatment during early recovery. You’ll also learn about support groups in your area and sober-living arrangements. Our alumni network is robust. Alumni events and support services can help you maintain abstinence from cocaine through the support of peers and professionals.
Why Inpatient Cocaine Rehab Is Necessary
You’ll have access to a number of therapies so you and your treatment team can determine what works best for you. For example, cognitive behavioral therapy is a staple of addiction treatment. It’s an effective treatment for cocaine addiction, heroin addiction and other drug addictions. It can also help mental illness symptoms. Cognitive behavioral therapy helps you recognize unhealthy thought patterns and behaviors. It encourages you to see that these thoughts and behaviors aren’t working for you. You’ll learn how to replace negative thoughts and behaviors with healthy ones. Cognitive behavioral therapy skills can help you deal with substance abuse triggers.
Contingency management is also an effective treatment for cocaine addiction. Contingency management rewards people for adhering to a treatment plan. For example, people in recovery may get increasing independence in a treatment center if they keep up with their treatment plan. This may include things like unsupervised outings or free time.
Living With Sober Peers
Living in a supportive environment with sober peers helps former cocaine abusers stay sober. Studies show a therapeutic sober-living situation with other people in recovery can prevent relapse in cocaine users. These living situations can help provide accountability in sobriety. Residents lean on each other for support.
Space and Distance From Triggers
Outpatient rehab doesn’t provide enough structure and support for some cocaine abusers. Outpatient rehab may be effective for casual users. Those who’ve been abusing cocaine in large amounts may need long-term inpatient treatment to gain critical relapse prevention skills. Cocaine abusers that also have co-occurring mental health disorders may see the best results with inpatient dual diagnosis treatment.
Helps Prevent Further Damage From Cocaine
Abusing cocaine puts you at risk for a number of physical and behavioral health issues. Long-term effects of cocaine can be serious. Inpatient rehab can help prevent further long-term effects of cocaine abuse, that may include:
- Snorting cocaine can cause a deviated septum (the area separating the nostrils).
- Many cocaine users experience involuntary tooth grinding. This can deteriorate tooth enamel and lead to gingivitis.
- Cocaine may increase your risk of autoimmune diseases such as lupus and vasculitis.
- Cocaine abuse can contribute to kidney diseases and renal failure.
- Severe physiological damage
- Weight loss
- Cocaine overdose
Many habitual users develop a manic-like condition similar to schizophrenia. They may get aggressive and experience paranoia and hallucinations.
How Do I Enter Drug Rehab?
We know the decision to enter inpatient treatment for alcohol and drug abuse is difficult. Promises makes admission to our treatment programs as stress-free as possible. Here’s what to expect when you call us:
- Talk to a recovery advisor about why you’re entering drug rehab.
- Get treatment options based on our conversation.
- Receive an estimate of costs after we speak to your insurance company (or discuss other payment options).
- Decide on a date to enter Promises Treatment Centers.
We can also help with logistics like travel planning or help you speak with loved ones about your decision.
Reinvent Yourself in Recovery
A better life is within reach. Call Promises today. The conversation is free and 100% confidential: 844-876-5568
To learn more about Cocaine Addiction Treatment, call 844-876-5568