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Crack use may be a form of self-medication for an untreated mental health disorder. At The Ranch, treatment for crack cocaine addiction addresses co-occurring mental disorders and medical issues.

What Happens in Treatment for Crack Addiction

At The Ranch treatment centers, we approach crack addiction treatment from a biopsychosocial standpoint. You’ll begin to heal physically while also addressing the psychological and emotional issues that fuel drug abuse. Thorough assessments determine if you have any co-occurring mental health issues such as trauma. In our drug rehab program you’ll learn healthier coping skills and address the reasons behind your addiction. We’ll help you discover a better life without drugs.

Crack use can trigger or intensify mental health disorders due to its effects on the brain. Crack abuse also puts a great deal of wear and tear on the body, which can cause health issues. In substance abuse treatment, we’ll assess your physical health and psychological health. We’ll also do a substance abuse evaluation. Our treatment specialists at The Ranch recovery center will use the assessment process to:

  • Understand the severity of your drug problem
  • Determine other substances that you may be addicted to
  • Recognize and treat co-occurring mental health disorders (dual diagnosis)
  • Create a substance abuse treatment plan that is tailored to you

Medical Monitoring of Crack Detox

Withdrawal symptoms can be uncomfortable and should be medically monitored. The length of time for detox will depend on how long you’ve been using and how much. There aren’t specific medications for crack cocaine addiction. But there are medications our medical team may give you to ease withdrawal symptoms. In medically monitored drug detox, we’ll address discomfort with evidence-based medications and high-quality medical care.

You don’t have to go it alone. The Ranch can help you through the initial hours and days of detox. Physical symptoms of withdrawal from the drug can last up to three months. It takes longer to heal psychologically. We can guide you through detox and into recovery.

Tracing the Root of Your Addiction

Many people use crack to cope with emotional pain. An important part of crack cocaine treatment is working on the emotional causes of addiction.

Certain people are more vulnerable to substance use disorders. This is often because of early trauma. In drug rehab you’ll have a chance to look at how you may have been affected by some of the following issues:

  • Physical abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Emotional abuse
  • Abandonment
  • Neglect
  • Attachment disorders
  • Witnessing chronic domestic violence
  • Transgenerational trauma

During inpatient drug rehab you’ll have a chance to explore these issues in a safe, compassionate environment.

Treatment Options for Crack Addiction

The Ranch offers many treatment options for drug addiction. We find that blending traditional therapies with alternative approaches helps you heal. Treatment options may include:

  • Individual counseling with experienced therapists
  • Group therapy
  • Family therapy to start rebuilding relationships
  • Techniques to manage mood swings and regulate emotions
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy to learn new ways of thinking and coping
  • Introduction to 12-step programs
  • Trauma therapies
  • Ropes course
  • Nature walks
  • Mindfulness meditation

Aftercare and Relapse Prevention

We will stay with you on the journey of recovery and help you build your new sober support system. Relapse prevention planning is key to your long-term recovery. We’ll help you put together some of the following crack treatment resources:

  • Support groups and 12-step programs
  • Ongoing therapy
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Couples counseling and/or family therapy
  • Psychiatrists and medical care

Put Crack Addiction Behind You

You aren’t alone in your struggles with crack addiction. We’ll guide and support you through every step of the addiction recovery process. Start a new life today. Call: 844-876-7680.

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