Cocaine Addiction Treatment
There are an estimated 855,000 cocaine abusers in the U.S. and overdose deaths are on the rise. Cocaine addicts end up in a vicious cycle because the need for this illicit drug becomes more intense. You need larger amounts to achieve the same results. This makes cutting back or discontinuing use very difficult, and possibly dangerous, without the help of medical professionals.
Some people try to quit cold turkey, but it’s too hard to do it alone. Withdrawal from the drug can cause severe psychological and physical stress. At The Ranch treatment facility, we offer the compassionate care you need to get through detox. Our personalized treatment programs help you develop the healthy coping skills to sustain recovery. Our goal is to help you build a new life.
What to Expect in Inpatient Rehab for Cocaine Addiction
Taking the first step can be hard, but we’re here to help. We’ll begin by evaluating your complete medical and mental condition. After a physical and psychological examination we will assess whether you have a dual diagnosis, such as alcohol or drug abuse and mental illness. We treat co-occurring disorders at the same time as treatment of cocaine addiction.
Cocaine addiction treatment is most effective when it addresses the problem from all angles — physical, mental and emotional. The experts at The Ranch can help you heal the physical dependence and health deficiencies seen in those suffering from cocaine addiction. In cocaine rehab we also work through the underlying issues that drive drug use.
At The Ranch, you’ll work with a team of experienced mental health professionals. We have helped many people in recovery for cocaine addiction. Personalized treatment plans help you through the most difficult moments of cocaine treatment and rehab. During inpatient rehab, you’ll receive the most effective treatments available. And we’ll help prepare you for life in recovery. Learn more about The Ranch drug rehab program or call 888-503-0205.
Treatment Options for Cocaine Addiction
An important part of addiction recovery is getting to the root of the problem that led to drug abuse. No one knows for sure why some people are more vulnerable to substance use disorders than others. Research shows drug addiction is often related to childhood trauma and genetics. Many people develop cocaine dependence because they use the drug to soothe emotional pain. During inpatient treatment you’ll have a chance to explore these issues in a safe, supportive environment.
The Ranch offers a variety of cocaine treatments including traditional and alternative therapies. Your substance abuse treatment may include:
- Individual therapy with our experienced counselors
- Group therapy to build social and relationship skills
- Family therapy to improve communication
- Cognitive behavioral therapy to help develop new habits and behaviors
- Self-help support groups such as 12-step programs
- Trauma therapy such as EMDR
Relapse Prevention Strategies
Our support continues beyond your stay in cocaine rehab. You’ll begin to build your new sober community while in rehab. Relapse prevention is an essential part of your ongoing care and we will help some of the following resources:
- Outpatient therapy
- Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and other 12-step programs
- Family counseling and couples counseling
- Referrals to doctors and psychiatrists as needed
Get a Fresh Start at The Ranch
Our experienced treatment teams can help you break free of your addiction. We offer a compassionate and understanding approach to healing from cocaine addiction. Call now and take back your life: 844-876-7680.
Medically Monitored Detox for Cocaine Abusers
Withdrawal symptoms from stimulants may begin within a few hours of the last use. They can continue for up to two weeks or more depending on the person, duration, and amount of drug use. Medically monitored cocaine detox eases withdrawal symptoms.
Though researchers have been trying to find one for years, there is no specific medication for cocaine addiction. But there are certain pharmaceutical treatments for other ailments that have been found to help with cocaine withdrawal. Our medical team may prescribe pharmaceutical drugs to help reduce cocaine withdrawal symptoms and cocaine craving.
If you try to stop cold turkey you risk relapse because the side effects of withdrawal can be intense and stressful. When you stop using cocaine, your body must begin to produce the neurotransmitters, or feel-good chemicals, that were depleted by drug abuse. This is most effectively done with the help of addiction professionals who can guide the process.
After detox, treatment for cocaine addiction will begin. With cocaine out of your system you will be better able to focus on your recovery.
Cocaine withdrawal symptoms can include:
- Vivid/unpleasant dreams
- Aches and pains
- Tremors, chills and night sweats