Cocaine Addiction Treatment & Rehab

Cocaine Addiction Treatment & RehabYou can get effective treatment for cocaine addiction, or you can recommend it for a friend. With commitment to rehab and an individualized treatment plan, it is possible to overcome this addiction. In rehab you can expect to spend time in therapy, mostly one-on-one. Additionally, there is group or family therapy if it works with your plan.

Individual therapy sessions will most often be some type of behavioral therapy. This especially designed to help you identify and change the negative patterns in your behaviors, thoughts and emotional reactions. This kind of work will help you learn why you have turned to drugs in the past and the practical steps you can take moving forward.

There are currently no approved medications for cocaine addiction, but you may benefit from medical or psychiatric treatment for any physical conditions you have or any mental illnesses. For instance, starting on antidepressants to manage underlying depression can help you feel better and will benefit your recovery.

Research is currently ongoing to find out if certain medications can directly help manage cocaine addiction. Studies are investigating the use of disulfiram, which is now used to manage alcohol addiction, as well as buprenorphine, currently used in treating opioid addiction.1

The treatment you receive for cocaine addiction should be tailored to your specific needs and you should be able to give input on the services you receive. The most important thing you can do right now is reach out to get the process started. At Transformations Treatment Center we can offer assistance with everything from detox and withdrawal to therapy, relapse prevention and alternative therapies, all guided by trained and caring professionals.

Don’t Suffer In Silence

At Transformations Treatment Center, we can help you recover from problems with Cocaine addiction. Our holistic care and treatment is based on the best scientific evidence available. Secondly, we specifically tailor our approach to your unique needs. Our goal is simple: to help you lead a healthy, substance-free life. Contact us today for more information on our certified staff of professionals and first-rate facilities.

  1. National Institute on Drug Abuse. Cocaine.
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