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5 Ways to Help Your Friend Find the Best Treatment for Cocaine Addiction

Helping someone else find addiction treatment can be a daunting task, but it can make an immense difference in an addict’s life to know other people are supporting their decision to seek treatment. Call 800-934-3781(Who Answers?) to find rehab centers that will provide addiction recovery help that caters specifically to your friend’s needs.

1. Research Inpatient vs. Outpatient Care

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Treatment approaches and individual programs continue to evolve and diversify, and many programs today do not fit neatly into traditional drug addiction treatment classifications.”

Most rehab centers provide either inpatient or outpatient treatment, and learning the difference between these two programs can help you lead your friend toward the right choice for their needs. Usually, when someone is entering treatment for the first time, especially for a substance as intense as cocaine, inpatient care is necessary and will be more effective.

2. Get Them Tested for Co-occurring Disorders

Many cocaine addicts suffer from comorbid psychological disorders. This is because people with these conditions often turn to drugs to self-medicate. Treatment must be more intensive if this is the case, and your friend will need to receive simultaneous care for both issues in order to recover.

If your friend does not know they may have another condition that could be causing their substance abuse, make sure to take them to the doctor so they can be diagnosed.

3. Consider Your Friend’s Needs

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Consider your friend’s specific background and needs when choosing treatment.

Your friend may not only need specific treatment options that cater to their addiction but also aspects of their rehab program may need to cater to other needs as well. The NIDA states, treatment must be “appropriate to the individual’s age, gender, ethnicity, and culture,” as well as address any medical, social, vocational, psychological, and legal problems they may have.

4. Consider Treatment Locations

It may seem beneficial for your friend to stay close to home, but are there certain circumstances that might make it difficult for them to concentrate on their recovery if they are nearby to their family and friends? Would it be better for them to find remote treatment that allows them to get a break from these issues and focus solely on their recovery?

5. Reach Out for Help

You are helping your friend find the right option for their needs, but there are many other people and organizations who can help you. Call or visit:

  • Your friend’s personal care physician
  • A local outreach or community center
  • A free clinic
  • Your local hospital

Or call our helpline to learn more about cocaine abuse, treatment, and the best recovery options available. You can also call 800-934-3781(Who Answers?) to find rehab centers that will tailor their treatment programs to your loved one and allow them to recover safely. In addition, we can help you find out if a particular facility will take your friend’s insurance and how much their copay would be.

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