Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine Addiction Treatment and Rehab

Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine is a stimulant that impacts the nervous system and essentially makes it work faster and harder. It gives people a feeling of euphoria, boundless energy and a feeling of invulnerability. The cost is great, however, as its long-term use comes with cardiovascular damage, mental illness, and an increased risk of legal problems, suicide and early death. These are just some of the reasons that people who have found they cannot stop their cocaine use need recovery and addiction treatment facilities.

Addiction treatment

There are several types of cocaine addiction. They vary in intensity, and time and work commitment from the clients entering into it. The amount of time and effort put into treatment comes into practice in forms of levels of care.

The most intensive level of care for cocaine addiction treatment would be the inpatient level. This is where patients will be living at the addiction treatment centre 24/7 for a period of days to weeks. It will depend on individual needs and the state of their dependence on cocaine, as well as their overall physical and mental health.

At the inpatient level, a person can expect to receive daily individual or group therapy, as well as education, psychiatric care and case management to help coordinate care and services that a person may need beyond just addiction treatment.

The next level of care, or step down, for cocaine addiction treatment, would be partial hospitalisation treatment, or also called a day program. This is where a person will live at home, but be in treatment for about eight hours a day. The same types of therapy and treatment will be provided, but there will also be a focus on the person living back in their life still. Although individual and group therapy will be provided, it will be centred around coping with living life outside of the treatment facility, beyond just stabilising them and helping them through the worst couples weeks of recovery, like detox and inpatient treatment, would be.

Outpatient treatment would be the lowest intensity level of treatment. It involved the same types of therapy again, individual and group therapy, with support services as needed and available, but it would be on a weekly basis. This is a great level of care for people in recovery who need some support and practice with skills centred around their new life, and healthy coping skills.

Cocaine addiction recovery

Addiction recovery, even for cocaine, happens every day for thousands of people. Treatment and recovery come in the forms of individual therapy, where the focus is on understanding the underlying causes of the addiction. Many who use drugs like cocaine are really coping with an untreated mental illness or other issues. By looking at this and the thought patterns and poor habits that contribute to this situation, a person can learn better ways to handle symptoms and overcome those underlying problems.

Group therapy focuses more on how people interact with others; This helps the person in treatment see how others perceive them. They can work out problems with interpersonal communication. Coping and handling living a healthy life in recovery will also be attended frequently in recovery and group therapy as well.

Cocaine addiction treatment can be a long road, but recovery happens regularly. While it is highly addictive, cocaine addiction can be overcome. If you think you or someone you love are struggling with cocaine use and abuse, contact us immediately. We are here to help you in a life of recovery and good health.

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