Cocaine Rehab

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Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine is used by approximately 1.9 million adults in the United States each year. A large number, but it’s not surprising. As a Schedule II drug, it’s highly addictive, making it easy to develop a dependency.

This doesn’t mean that recovery isn’t possible. Armed with the right tools and support, anyone can overcome cocaine addiction. At United Recovery CA, we understand that it can be a little daunting to take the first step, but we’re here to help guide you all the way.

About Our Cocaine Rehab Center

At United Recovery CA, we offer inpatient, residential treatment programs designed to help you overcome your cocaine addiction and achieve long-term sobriety. When you visit our drug rehab and take advantage of the cocaine treatment we offer, we’ll ensure that you have the space and time you need to focus on your recovery, free from the stress and demand of everyday life.

We understand that everybody’s experience with addiction is different, which is why we’ll assess your physical and mental health before introducing you to treatments. This will ensure we can draw up a fully personalized program that suits your needs. If you have any worries or doubts, please don’t be afraid to share these with us. We’re here to support you and give you the reassurance you need.

When to Seek Help for Cocaine abuse?

Cocaine is a stimulant drug that releases the feel-good chemical dopamine. It increases activity in the nervous system, making you feel more excited, confident, and alert. Although these feelings may leave you feeling good, they often wear off within as little as five minutes.

Though cocaine is illegal, many people use it and gradually become reliant on the short-term effects and ‘high’ it provides, causing an addiction to develop from the substance abuse. A free base form of cocaine is known as crack cocaine, its form make it easier to consume by smoking it, you can learn more about it and how to recover from it on our crack cocaine rehab & treatment page.

As well as affecting your physical, psychological, and behavioral health, cocaine use disorder can impact those around you. You might find that you push loved ones away or withdraw from social activities. This can be difficult for others to watch, but with drug addiction treatment and rehab, you’ll be able to turn over a new leaf from the drug abuse.

How We Treat Cocaine Addiction and Abuse

Before starting your personalized treatment program, you’ll be taken through medical detox. During this stage, your body removes all traces of cocaine from its system. An important first step of any treatment plan, detox will set you up for the rest of your journey, giving you a clear head to take on therapy and counseling.

During cocaine detox, you’ll experience a few withdrawal symptoms like exhaustion, increased appetite, and reduced concentration.

These can be uncomfortable, but it’s just your body getting used to functioning without cocaine. Though withdrawal can’t be avoided, symptoms alleviate within several weeks. As you’ll be under medical supervision, we can prescribe medication to help relieve symptoms if you find them difficult to cope with.

After detox, you’ll be introduced to a range of therapies and treatments that will help you uncover the root cause of your addiction and develop healthy coping mechanisms that you can use after rehab.

Types of Programs for Cocaine Addiction

During your time in rehab, your cocaine addiction treatment offered will be unique to your addiction and recovery needs, ensuring that you have the support you need as you embark on your journey to a healthy, happy, substance-free life. At United Recovery CA, our treatment plans for cocaine users will give you access to various mental health services and therapies, including one-to-one sessions, individual sessions, group therapy, and alternative therapies like behavioral therapy. Though these treatments differ from one another, they each play a vital role in cocaine addiction treatment and rehab.

Detox Programs

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Residential Programs

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Extended Rehab Programs

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Why Choose United Recovery CA for Cocaine Addiction Rehab?

With a selection of cocaine addiction treatments and rehabs across the country, you may wonder why you should choose United Recovery CA. If this is you, it might help to add that as well as providing clients with dedicated and supportive care, we offer relaxing and comfortable facilities, protection from abuse and trauma, 24/7 care, a safe space for relaxation and recovery, treatment for mental health illnesses and stress, meditation and self-monitoring, recovery support group and aftercare support counseling.

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Recover in a
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Aftercare &
Lifetime Support

How Long Does Rehab Last for Cocaine Addiction?

Cocaine addiction rehab usually lasts for up to sixty days. During this time, ten to fourteen days are spent undergoing detoxification, and thirty to forty-five days include recovery house stay and rehabilitation. However, every recovery journey is unique, so there’s no set time frame to how long rehab will last. We’ll always accommodate you, however long that takes.

During your stay, there may be times when you become restless and eager to get back into the groove of normal life. After all, you’ve achieved so much. While it’s great to acknowledge this, you mustn’t rush anything. Don’t let your excitement push you to make changes too fast. Sobriety is a lifelong journey, so go steadily and stick to the entire length of time in rehab.

Therapies during the Rehab Process

You'll be introduced to treatments like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and psychotherapy that will help you get to the root cause of your addiction. You'll have a chance to process any trauma you've experienced from cocaine abuse and develop coping strategies with the help of a dedicated recovery support worker.

Group Sessions

Group sessions, or group therapy, at United Recovery CA complement individual and alternative therapies and are an important part of the recovery process from cocaine abuse. During these sessions, you’ll have the opportunity to reflect on your addiction, seek support from your peers, and progress through the 12-step program.

You’ll also have the chance to listen to other people’s stories, which we often find offers our clients a wealth of inspiration and motivation.

Individual Sessions

Though individual and one-to-one sessions sound similar, the two treatments are different. Unlike our one-to-one sessions, individual sessions will see you meet with one or more therapists to talk openly about your addiction, review the impact it has had on your life, and learn tools that will help you stick with sobriety.

During your stay with us, you’ll attend a range of one-to-one individual therapy sessions with a licensed therapist, giving you a chance to get things off your chest and better understand your addiction.

Aftercare and Relapse Prevention

It can be scary to open up to a crowd of new people but keep in mind that you’re all in this together. You’re all on a similar journey, so you’ll never be judged. If you do feel worried, scared, or overwhelmed, we’ll be there to support you at all times. We’ll always encourage discussion, but we’ll never force you to speak if you don’t feel comfortable. It’s all about taking things at your own pace.

Do You Need Help?

If you’re looking for addiction help for cocaine use disorder – our team of experts will help you find the needed support. Call us now.

Long Term Recovery from Cocaine Addiction

Recovery is a lifelong journey. Once you’ve left rehab from your cocaine treatment, you’ll need to readjust slowly to everyday life and activities. There’ll be times when you feel amazing, and there’ll also be times when you have to deal with difficult situations. This could be anything from cravings to making new friends. It can seem daunting at first, but know that you’ll have all the tools and coping strategies you need to overcome these challenging times.

At United Recovery CA, your recovery is just as important to us as it is to you. When you leave our treatment center, we’ll continue to support you every step of the way. Our doors are always open if you need extra support, and we’ll also provide you with a solid aftercare plan to help you maintain sobriety.

Everybody’s journey is unique, so your aftercare plan will be personalized to suit your needs. In addition to aftercare support, you’re welcome to join us for regular group therapy sessions and support groups. We also offer an alumni program that will enable you to stay connected to the recovery community long after leaving our treatment center.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Why Consider Treatment for Cocaine Addiction at United Recovery CA?

At United Recovery CA, we provide the very best cocaine addiction treatment to people from all walks of life that suffers from substance abuse disorder. Irrespective of your personal circumstances, we are on hand to offer you tailored, inpatient treatment that will enable you to overcome your addiction and learn how to achieve long-term sobriety.

Unlike other rehab centers, we combine treatments such as CBT, art therapy, group therapy, family therapy, life skills training, and nutrition therapy to provide a holistic recovery journey.

Is Treatment Different for Criminal Justice Populations?

Approximately 65% of men and women among criminal justice populations
have an active addiction
. While addiction treatment is available in these settings, research shows that only 15% of those in need access it.

Those who seek treatment usually undergo a similar treatment plan to that of a rehab clinic. Here, our drug abuse treatment programs includes detoxification, one-to-one therapy, and group therapy. With the support of recovery specialists and support workers, many people are overcoming their cocaine dependence and continuing their recovery.

When Do You Need Cocaine Addiction Treatment?

Though it can be challenging to identify when and if cocaine addiction treatment is needed, there are many signs and symptoms to look out for in yourself, including:

  • Changes in your appearance

  • Increased tolerance to cocaine (needing to take larger doses to get the desired effect)

  • Using cocaine to alleviate stress and other mental health problems

  • Isolation from others

  • Increased mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression

  • Intense cravings

  • Decreased performance at work

  • Physical illnesses, such as cardiovascular problems

What Is Medication-Assisted Treatment?

Medication-assisted treatment, or MAT, is a treatment that combines the use of prescribed medications, such as propranolol and amantadine, with treatments such as CBT. These medications are often used within the detoxification stage to reduce cravings and alleviate the severity of withdrawal symptoms.

Although we use MAT during detoxification, at United Recovery CA, we do not believe that medication should be used as an ongoing solution.

Does My Insurance Cover Rehab for Cocaine Abuse?

As the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 requires insurance providers to cover the costs of rehab for drug and alcohol addictions, your insurance may well cover rehab for cocaine abuse. However, we recommend contacting your insurer to ascertain whether this is true.

At United Recovery CA, we work with most insurance providers. However, we are in network for Brighthealth only. To find out more, please give us a call.

Will I Lose My Job If I Go to Rehab?

At United Recovery CA, we understand that you may be worried about the consequences that attending rehab could have on your job. Like others in recovery, you may be concerned that you will be fired if your employer finds out you need to attend cocaine addiction treatment and rehab. However, specific rules and regulations are in place to prevent this from happening.

For example, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) enables employees to take up to twelve weeks of unpaid leave per year. Within this act, it states that “medical leave can be taken if an employee is unable to work because of a health condition”, this should allow you to follow your treatment for cocaine addiction fully.

Do You Need Help?

Are you struggling with cocaine addiction ? We are here 24/7 for you and your loved ones. Recovery does not need a break, and neither do we! Don’t hesitate to call or write to us, and we will get back to you right away.