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Choosing The Right Treatment

Cocaine addiction is a continuing problem in the United States. The National Institute on Drug Abuse estimates that 15 percent of Americans try cocaine at some point in their lives. Many of these people become addicted to this powerful drug. Many researchers consider cocaine and its alternate form crack cocaine to be one of the more addictive illegal drugs on the black market.

Fortunately, there is help for anyone addicted to cocaine. Treatment centers exist to help individuals and their families to overcome addiction and live drug free. We understand that choosing the right treatment can be challenging.

For assistance in finding a program that will help you or someone you love get well, get help today at 800-934-3781(Who Answers?).

Inpatient Cocaine Treatment

Inpatient cocaine treatment is a classic form of rehabilitation. Also known as residential treatment meaning when you arrive the treatment provider will assess your condition and admit you to the treatment facility, inpatient cocaine addiction treatment is the safest choice for most addicts. While you are in treatment, the rehab center will provide food, a room, and other living arrangements.

Most inpatient facilities offer:

  • Detoxification
  • Medical care
  • Medication management
  • Medication replacement
  • Group counseling
  • Individual counseling
  • Alternative treatment options

It is always best to inquire what treatments are available when considering a particular inpatient facility. There are many advantages of inpatient treatment for cocaine addiction. Such advantages may include:

  • A proven treatment method for cocaine addiction – most treatment professionals recommend inpatient treatment for successful drug rehabilitation.
  • Isolation from drug user environment – environment plays a large role in drug addiction and being removed from harmful environments can reduce risk of relapse.
  • Less likely to encounter triggers – triggers are one of the key causes of relapse but many are avoided while in a residential treatment setting.
  • 24 hour supervision and care – help for withdrawal symptoms and support is provided 24 hours a day.
  • Immersive treatment – your whole environment is focused on treatment.

Sorting through the many inpatient treatment options available to you can be both confusing and time consuming. We can help you sort through all of your options and decide if inpatient treatment is the right choice. Get help today at 800-934-3781(Who Answers?).

Outpatient Cocaine Treatment

During outpatient treatment the patient will go to a treatment center daily, weekly, or monthly to receive treatment. Most outpatient facilities offer a full complement of services. These services general include:

  • Detoxification
  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Medical care
  • Alternative treatments
  • Medication management
  • Medication replacement

Most of these treatments are available on an outpatient basis. It is always best to inquire what treatments are available before deciding on a treatment facility. Each facility offers their own set of services. If you want a particular service it is a good idea to inquire about it before entering into an outpatient treatment program. For help finding a treatment center, get help today at 800-934-3781(Who Answers?).

Advantages of outpatient treatment may include:

  • Ability to continue going to school or working while in treatment
  • Ability to live in your home environment which can be comforting
  • Ability to involve family and friends with recovery and to have them around you for support
  • Greater freedom and longer treatment programs.

Many of the program options in outpatient treatment are available ala carte. This means you pay by treatment and at the time of treatment. If you are struggling to afford treatment, you might be able to scale back the services that are received while still getting the help that you need.

Only by considering all of the options of treatment available to you can you find the one that is right for you. Get help today at 800-934-3781(Who Answers?) for information about cocaine addiction treatment.

Long Term Cocaine Treatment

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Long term treatment may be necessary for your recovery.

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, many people need long term drug treatment for their cocaine use. Cocaine addiction does not just disappear. With issues such as post-acute withdrawal and relapse, long term care is often a better option than shorter duration programs and will prevent you from slipping back into a cycle of drug abuse.

There are many types of long term treatment for cocaine use including:

  • Long term residential treatment – in some cases inpatient treatment lasts longer than the requisite 30, 60, or 90 day periods.
  • Long term outpatient treatment – this is extremely common in cocaine rehabilitation. Outpatient counseling and alternative services can last months if not years.
  • Long term alternative treatment – like long term outpatient treatment alternative treatments might last a lifetime.

Some people require long term or ongoing treatment for cocaine addiction. This is especially true for those suffering from crack cocaine addiction. When looking for a long term treatment option, there are a lot of routes to choose from. For more information on what types of long term care are available, get help today at 800-934-3781(Who Answers?).

Private Cocaine Treatment

Private cocaine treatment is provided in a facility that is not government affiliated and does not receive government grants. Private facilities consist of both inpatient and outpatient facilities and offer a broad range of services. Some of these services can include:

  • Counseling
  • Detoxification
  • Medication management
  • Treatment for other disorders
  • Inpatient care
  • Outpatient care
  • Combination care
  • Long term care
  • Individual counseling
  • Group therapy

Private treatment centers often take great care to prevent the privacy of the patients from being leaked to others. These programs are an ideal choice for anyone who is worried about their employer, friends, family or others from learning about their addiction and subsequent decision to seek help

Like all forms of treatment, there are distinct advantages to private treatment which may include:

  • both inpatient and outpatient care are available
  • private treatment centers often have more amenities than state or government run facilities
  • most offer a wider mix of services when engaging in inpatient or outpatient treatment
  • some have private funding programs to defray the cost of treatment
  • lower patient to staff ratios

With the hundreds of private treatment facilities available, it can be difficult to find the right private cocaine treatment facility for your needs. We can help you with this research. We can also help you compare facilities. Get help today at 800-934-3781(Who Answers?) for assistance.

Many factors go into choosing the right cocaine treatment program. You need a treatment program that fits within your budget, helps you recover from addiction, and provides you with the level of care that you need. The choice between treatment programs is extremely difficult, particularly when you are already struggling with a cocaine or crack addiction. We can help guide you through your options and make sure that you find the program that is perfect for you. Get help today at 800-934-3781(Who Answers?) to get started on the road to recovery.

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