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Counseling is an important part of cocaine recovery in both inpatient and outpatient centers.

Cocaine Rehab Options

Cocaine is a powerful stimulant that can pose potentially serious side effects when smoked, snorted, ingested or injected. Excessive use of cocaine, especially for a prolonged period of time, can lead to physical and psychological dependence which requires professional treatment. Cocaine rehab options include both residential and outpatient programs which provide tailored treatment to help those in need.

Residential Cocaine Rehab

Residential rehab programs provide patients with around-the-clock therapy and support to help ease the physical and psychological elements of cocaine addiction. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, “cocaine affects the body in a variety of ways and prevents dopamine from being recycled, causing excessive amounts to build up in the synapse or junction between neurons.” This can cause the user to feel good when under the influence, but those feelings quickly are reversed when the

high is gone and the individual will likely feel very gloomy, depressed and otherwise unhappy. Residential cocaine rehab focuses on helping those in treatment to restore a sense of balance to their mind, body and spirit.

These programs provide inpatient treatment which includes:

  • A safe place to call home while in treatment
  • Meals and activities
  • Around-the-clock care and support
  • Medical intervention, medications and support
  • Treatment for co-occurring disorders such as depression, anxiety or physical illness
  • Counseling and behavioral therapy

Outpatient Cocaine Rehab

The primary focus of an outpatient cocaine rehab center is to help the user remain focused on sobriety while integrating or remaining functional within society. These programs allow patients to attend drug treatment during the day or after work and to return home after the counseling or therapy has taken place. Many recovering cocaine addicts will continue to attend regular counseling and therapy sessions in an outpatient cocaine rehab following their release from a residential rehab program.

Outpatient rehab programs provide many treatment services including:

  • Counseling and behavioral therapy
  • Support in groups such as Narconon or NA
  • Drug testing and monitoring
  • Guidance and assistance in staying sober outside of treatment
  • Limited medical care or monitoring

Which Cocaine Rehab is Right for You?

Choosing the best method of treatment for yourself or for someone you love can pose many challenges. Financial matters, location, and other matters often come into play when making the decision to enter into either residential cocaine rehab or an outpatient cocaine treatment program. Ultimately, the right method of treatment for you will depend on your individual situation including:

  • The severity of the addiction
  • The location of treatment facilities and your ability to get into treatment
  • Your ability to pay for cocaine rehab
  • Whether you have other co-occurring health conditions
  • What you need out of treatment

Generally, outpatient treatment is for mild to moderate cases of addiction or for those who have already completed a residential rehabilitation program. If your addiction is moderate to severe, if you’ve tried outpatient treatment without success or if you have co-occurring health conditions which require professional medical treatment, residential rehab is likely the most suitable starting point for your recovery from cocaine addiction.