Cocaine Rehab

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Cocaine Rehabilitation

If you or someone you love is struggling with cocaine addiction, it is very important that you seek treatment as soon as possible. Cocaine can be extremely dangerous when abused, and due to its potent and short lived effects on the brain, cocaine is a very difficult substance to quit once dependence takes a hold.

Here at the Providence Projects, our rehab centre has been helping clients break-free from the cycle of cocaine dependence for over 25 years. With the help of our experienced addiction counsellors, we have designed an holistic treatment programme that is built around you as an individual.

Drug rehab involves a combination of medical and therapeutic interventions, both for the individual and their families, so that they can start to heal collectively from the pain of addiction. Addiction recovery is a long-term process, and in conjunction with our rehab programme, clients will also benefit from aftercare and relapse prevention programmes.

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Getting Help for Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine, also known as coke, Charlie or sniff, is one of the most addictive substances known to man. Due to the nature of cocaine addiction, the user is often convinced that they are in control and that they can stop when they need to.

Cocaine gives the user an intense high at first, and individuals report feeling more confident and energetic whilst under the influence. Cocaine is often used in conjunction with alcohol for it’s additional effects. Cocaine is often taken at pubs or parties for these reasons.

What starts as a bit of fun on the weekends, quickly exasperates into a daily routine of dependence and withdrawal. Due to the rapid tolerance levels associated with cocaine abuse, individuals may quickly find themselves using more and more cocaine to achieve the same effect. One line of cocaine becomes a packet of cocaine, and eventually one packet perpetuates into more.

The physical and psychological dependence created by cocaine makes it difficult to achieve sobriety without first seeking treatment at a private residential rehab, away from temptations and triggers. Our trained counsellors are here to support you and your loved ones during these early stages of recovery, so please reach out if you have any questions or concerns about treatment.

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How we Treat Cocaine Addiction

Before committing to rehab, it’s important that you or a loved one fully understand and accept that a problem exists. If you have come to terms with the difficulties around cocaine abuse, then the first hurdle has already been overcome.

The next step towards recovery starts with a telephone assessment with our trained addiction counsellors, many of whom are in recovery themselves and completely understand your current situation. They are here to hold your hand through the process and prepare you for treatment. It is perfectly normal to feel apprehensive about rehab and you may feel life isn’t worth living without cocaine, we encourage you to watch our client success stories to understand that real change is possible.

Our counsellors will ask you some questions about your cocaine use and mental health history, along with any medications you are currently taking. This is important and will help us to determine the best course of action for you. If you suffer from mental health problems, our therapeutic team will need to consider this as part of your therapy programme. Conditions such as depression or anxiety will need to be treated concurrently, this is also known as dual diagnosis treatment.

Along with your assessment, a date will be agreed to attend rehab for your initial 28-day programme. If you are concerned about arriving at our centre, or have concerns that a loved one may not attend on the day, we can arrange sober transportation from home to our rehab facility.

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When you arrive at our treatment centre you will be greeted by our recovery team. They will help you to feel settled by showing you around the facility and introduce you to your private bedroom. For the next few weeks, this will be your new home whilst you undergo addiction treatment.

Before the programme begins, you will be assessed by our in-house GP who will perform a medical examination. This is to ensure your safety during the cocaine withdrawal process.

Once our team are happy with the results of the examination, a treatment programme timetable will be provided that details the various activities for the week ahead.

The programme will consist of both individual and group therapies, addiction workshops, fun activities and meal times.

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Aftercare & Cocaine Relapse Prevention

Your recovery does not end when you leave treatment, and returning to normal life without the protection of rehab can be difficulty for many. That’s why our recovery team will devise an aftercare plan that works for you. We offer a range of cocaine relapse prevention programmes as part of our sober management service, these include:

  • Sober coaching
  • Online counselling
  • Family support workshops
  • 12 Step meetings

We strongly advocate for our clients to attend 12 step meetings as part of any long-term recovery plan. Our team will help you find local 12 step programmes upon completion of your residential programme.

Family Support

We understand the impact that addiction has on the wider family, and we offer our support and guidance to loved ones during the recovery programme.

Our family workshops and events are designed to:

  • Bring family members closer together
  • Help them understand boundaries
  • Provide support and encouragement
  • Provide further education around addiction
  • Help rebuild damaged relationships

If your loved one is attending treatment at the Providence Projects, our team will be in touch with you regularly to discuss progress and/or any questions or concerns you may have during rehab.

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Why Choose The Providence Projects for Cocaine Rehab?

For over 25 years, the Providence Projects has helped thousands of individuals overcome their addiction to cocaine and other substances. Our highly trained team are committed to helping you achieve your goals in a safe environment.

We offer our affordable cocaine rehab programme without compromising on quality or safety. We believe that everyone deserves an opportunity to recover from cocaine abuse within a residential setting.

Here are just a few more reasons why you should trust us:

  • Experienced addiction specialists
  • We have a ‘Good’ rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC)
  • We have hundreds of positive Google reviews from real clients
  • We can collect you from your home and bring you to our drug treatment centre safely
  • You can recover from cocaine addiction in a safe, secure environment by the sea
  • Personalised cocaine treatment plans built around you as an individual
  • Aftercare & family support
  • Dual Diagnosis treatment (To treat both cocaine addiction & mental health problems)
  • Optional extras including extended rehab and sober coaching services

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Cocaine Rehab FAQ

What is the best way to overcome cocaine addiction?

To overcome and beat cocaine addiction, individuals must first understand what lead them to become dependent on cocaine. In most cases, addiction is a coping mechanism for life’s difficulties.

Cocaine rehabilitation explores the underlying causes of addiction, including trauma, mental health issues and childhood experiences. It also focuses on developing new skills to help individuals live a life free from substance misuse.

Does the NHS provide cocaine rehab?

The NHS does not provide residential rehab programmes, but it can refer you to other free services. You may be able to access these through your GP or local drug and alcohol service.

These services are offered on an outpatient basis, which means individuals will attend weekly sessions whilst living at home. These services are useful, but they do not provide the same layers of protection offered by residential treatment programmes.

What can I do to help someone struggling with cocaine use?

The most important thing you can do is show compassion and understanding. Those battling cocaine dependence are suffering, and what they need more than ever is support and love. However, make sure to balance this with clear and consistent boundaries.

You cannot force someone into treatment, by doing so you will only be setting yourself up for disappointment. If a person wants help, they will seek it out on their own.

How long does it take to recover from cocaine addiction?

Cocaine addiction is a psychological illness, and therefore the recovery process can differ from person to person. However, many individuals report feeling better within the first few weeks of treatment.

It is common for individuals to remain in a programme indefinitely, and we advocate for complete abstinence from cocaine to avoid future relapses. The success of any recovery programme will depend on the individual’s attitude to change.


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