Rehab for Cocaine Addiction

We understand how difficult it is to stop using cocaine once addiction takes hold. If you need support, call our experienced team of professionals today.

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Are you struggling with cocaine addiction and looking for a way to break free from its grip? Are you concerned about a loved one’s cocaine use which is spiralling out of control? At The Providence Projects, we understand the impact cocaine abuse is having on your life, and our dedicated team are here to support you through every step of the recovery process.

We understand that overcoming cocaine addiction can be challenging due to the nature of the drug and its short-lived effects, one of the difficult challenges in overcoming cocaine addiction is the intense cravings you may experience when you, or someone you care about attempts to quit.

That’s why we offer comprehensive treatment programmes that combine detox and rehabilitative therapy. Our skilled and experienced team will help you address the underlying causes of your substance abuse, provide industry leading support when cravings get tough, and empower you to build a healthier future without the burning desire to use cocaine as a way to function in life.

Key Takeaways

  • Detoxing from cocaine can result in strong cravings for the drug, detoxification under the care of our professionals provides an additional layer of protection.
  • Workshops & therapeutic treatments promote self-awareness, empathy, spiritual growth, different perspectives on recovery, and accountability.
  • Exploring the root cause of cocaine addiction helps to understand underlying factors, address emotional trauma and family dynamics, and develop strategies for healing.
  • Staying stopped requires a new perspective on life, cocaine rehab involves exploring stress management techniques, developing healthy coping skills, learning emotional regulation strategies, practicing mindfulness, and building a strong support network.
  • Holistic, alternative treatments offered in cocaine rehab provide a comprehensive and transformative path to recovery, incorporating mindfulness techniques, exercise therapy, and art therapy.

You can recover from cocaine abuse and addiction with the right help and support.

Our trained addiction counsellors will support you through the recovery process.

I Got Help
Steven & Kelly's Cocaine Recovery Story

Steven came to us for help after a long battle with cocaine addiction. He wanted to better himself, and improve his relationships with his kids and soon-to-be wife Kelly.

Steven opens up about his battle with cocaine and the devastating impact it had on his physical and mental well-being, before the Providence Projects helped him to transform his life.

Recognising a Cocaine Problem

We understand that acknowledging a cocaine addiction can be difficult, but it is an essential step in the recovery process. Not everyone is ready to admit they have a problem with cocaine, or perhaps someone you love is in denial which is preventing them from seeking help.

You can’t force someone to seek help, and from our experience, rehab should only be considered once the individual is ready to change their behaviours.

Common signs of a cocaine problem may include:

  • Changes in personality, behaviour or friendship groups
  • Preoccupation with cocaine use, or unable to perform duties without cocaine
  • Social withdrawal
  • Feeling angry when unable to get cocaine
  • Lying about cocaine use or downplaying frequency of use
  • Persistent paranoia or anxiety due to excessive use of cocaine

If you recognise any of these signs, reach out to our team today to discuss treatment options. If it’s someone you love that is showing signs of a problem, we can arrange for a family interventionist to help accelerate the process.

Making a Decision to Get Help

At the Providence Projects, we offer a combination of individual and group therapies alongside alternative and holistic therapies, such as mindfulness and Yoga, which have been shown to reduce stress and improve mental well-being. We offer short-term and extended residential programmes for those who need extra support or more time away from the home environment to heal.

Residential coIt takes courage and strength to admit that you have a problem with cocaine, and seeking support with a willingness for change is the key to lasting recovery.

At The Providence Projects, we recognise that cocaine addiction is a symptom of a deeper issue or psychological wound that has never been addressed. This can be in the form of childhood trauma, pre-existing conditions such as ADHD, or as a result of stress or loneliness.

We believe that the best way to overcome cocaine addiction is by treating the individual holistically. Our personal approach to addiction treatment takes into account the uniqueness of every individual, with a goal to improve quality of life through a series of physical and psychological interventions.caine rehab programmes, such as ours, are self-funded and cannot be acquired through the NHS.

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When you make the decision to detox from cocaine, it’s important to be prepared for withdrawal symptoms that may arise. These symptoms can include fatigue, depression, anxiety, and intense cravings. While everyone’s experience is different, withdrawal symptoms typically last for about a week or two.

During the detox phase of treatment, you will have the support of our therapeutic team to guide you through. Cocaine detoxification isn’t life-threatening in nature, and although withdrawal can be unpleasant, it doesn’t typically need to be medically-managed in the same way other substances like alcohol do.

To learn more about medical assessments and the detox process at The Providence Projects, visit our detox page here.

Therapeutic Treatment Approach

You will be introduced to light therapy on day 1 at The Providence Projects, under the care of our therapeutic team who carry decades of industry experience with them. We use the latest evidence-based therapies in conjunction with alternative treatments and workshops to address the psychological nature of addiction.

There are several key approaches we provide that are beneficial for your recovery journey.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can help you identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviours associated with drug use.

Group therapy provides a supportive environment where you can connect with peers who understand what you’re going through, while also learning from their experiences.

The 12 Steps encourage personal growth and accountability, helping you develop coping skills for maintain sobriety.

Workshops on various topics such as stress management or relapse prevention can also provide valuable tools for your ongoing recovery.

Fun activities and exercise classes that are designed to boost confidence and self-esteem.

Learning Coping Mechanisms

Discover effective strategies for managing and overcoming the challenges of addiction, as our experienced team at The Providence Projects assist you in learning essential coping mechanisms for a healthier, more fulfilling life.

  • Explore stress management techniques to navigate difficult situations.
  • Develop healthy coping skills to replace destructive behaviours.
  • Learn emotional regulation strategies for better self-control.
  • Practice mindfulness techniques to stay present and grounded.
  • Build a strong support network to provide encouragement and accountability.

Contact us now to start your recovery.

Our addiction treatment team are here to support you and your loved ones through the healing process.

Self-Esteem Building

Boost your confidence and improve your self-worth through self-esteem building techniques at The Providence Projects. Our experienced team will guide you in boosting confidence, building resilience, and developing a positive mindset. Through positive affirmations, self-compassion exercises, and assertiveness training, you will learn to value yourself and believe in your ability for change. These techniques are part of our holistic treatment methods that address all aspects of addiction recovery.

Aftercare and Relapse Prevention

Now that you have completed treatment at The Providence Projects, it’s important to focus on the next stage of your recovery journey. We understand that maintaining sobriety can be challenging, but with the right support network and relapse prevention techniques, you can overcome any post rehab challenges that come your way.

To help you stay on track, your focal therapist will work with you to create a plan of action that is unique to you and your needs. This may include additional therapy, life coaching or simply support in finding a local meeting.

Take The First Step Today

Taking that first step can be daunting, but at The Providence Projects, we are here to support you every step of the way. We understand that overcoming challenges in cocaine rehab is not easy, but with our experienced team and tailored programmes, you can build the resilience needed for long term recovery.

Don’t let fear or uncertainty hold you back from seeking help, we know first hand that transformation is possible for everyone, no matter how difficult your situation may be right now.

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This content has been verified by Paul Spanjar, a leading addiction expert and CEO of the Providence Projects

Cocaine Rehab FAQ

What is the average length of stay in a cocaine rehab programme?

Primary treatment at The Providence Projects is a 4-6 week programme which is ideal for many individuals. We do offer extended treatment programmes for those that could benefit from additional support.

Are family members allowed to visit during the rehabilitation process?

Family visits are welcome during the treatment process. Our timetable provides schedules for family visitation.

What is the biggest driver of recovery success for cocaine addiction?

Family support is one of the biggest factors when it comes to cocaine addiction recovery. As part of your treatment, we will liaise with family members and provide support where necessary. Rebuilding trust in relationships can be challenging but from experience, we know it’s one of the biggest factors in success rates.

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