Cocaine addiction is a powerful chemical dependency and can happen very quickly. Overall, cocaine abuse has declined since the 1980’s. However, there are still nearly 2 million people in the United States who use cocaine or "crack" on a regular basis. About 1.5 million in active addiction remain.
Cocaine addiction accounts for about 25 percent of drug-related emergency room visits. Like heroin, cocaine is an illegal street drug. Moreover, cocaine has an immediate effect on people. In particular, the high is energetic and desirable. It also gives a "false sense" of well-being. Generally, cocaine is inhaled, needle-injected or smoked as "crack."
Cocaine addiction is characterized by the display of continued drug seeking behavior in the face of serious negative consequences surrounding health, finances, and job.
You can expect a unique and individualized treatment when you enter Safe Haven. As such, the treatment plan has three important steps. The length of each step of treatment can vary with each client. However, it is necessary to complete each of these steps for your own recovery. At the same time, we will provide you with the tools and support you need to maintain long-term sobriety.
First, clients must undergo medical detox in outpatient detox program. During this phase, you may be given medications to prevent withdrawal. Additionally, each client receives a comprehensive evaluation to diagnose any co-occurring disorder or physical illness.
Once you are medically-cleared and drug-free, you can start an intensive drug rehab program. Specifically, our PHP program is structured and individualized for every client. For instance, individual treatment plan are created by treatment staff with client input. Also, clients will attend daily individual and group therapy and take part in a comprehensive life and coping skills training program.
Safe Haven Recovery refers all client to an aftercare program. For example, continuing care programs and/or sober living will help you put your newly acquired skills to work. Usually, aftercare programs are a combination of sober living and limited therapy. In other words, it is a transition program to help acclimate you back into your home community.