Cocaine Rehab

Cocaine is extremely addictive, as evidenced by the 966,000 Americans ages 12 and older who had a cocaine use disorder in 2017. That same year, more than half of those individuals (637,000 to be exact) received professional treatment for their cocaine use disorder. Today, rates of cocaine use disorder are still prominent, as cocaine remains one of the most abused drugs in the United States.

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What are the Dangers of Cocaine Abuse?

Abusing cocaine is dangerous in many ways, especially considering that there is no real way to determine exactly what substances are in illicit cocaine. Many cocaine dealers look to expand their product but cutting it with amphetamines to make it more potent, thus resulting in needing to sell smaller amounts at high prices. This is dangerous because adding amphetamines to a substance that is already a natural stimulant can lead to an overdose. With or without the presence of additional amphetamines, cocaine is also dangerous because it can lead to:

  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Aortic dissection (tearing of the wall of the aorta)
  • Coronary artery aneurysm
  • Myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle)
  • Cardiac arrhythmias
  • Blood clots

These cardiovascular issues can still occur even after one’s use ends, which is why it is important to get professional help to stop cocaine abuse and addiction as quickly as possible. The longer that the abuse of this substance continues, the more likely these and other effects will develop.

Do I Need Professional Addiction Treatment?

Using cocaine in any capacity is dangerous and can lead to death, as there is no safe way to consume illicit cocaine. When you are the one who is using cocaine, it can be difficult to decipher if you need to receive professional treatment or not, especially if you are struggling with the disease of addiction. It is extremely common for those who are addicted to one or more substances to feel as though they do not have a problem when in fact they do. However, knowing what behaviors are indicative of cocaine use disorder can help you determine if it is time to get help. Consider the following:

  • Have you made attempts to stop using cocaine but have been unsuccessful in doing so?
  • Has your use caused you and/or others harm?
  • Have you needed to increase the amount of cocaine that you use in order to achieve the desired effects?
  • Has your cocaine use interfered with your abilities at work, school, and/or home?
  • Do you experience withdrawal symptoms when you are not able to use cocaine?

If you have answered ‘yes’ to any one of these questions, reaching out for professional help is a must. Ignoring the need of professional addiction treatment can cause both you and those around you to suffer innumerable repercussions that can be impossible to erase.

Cocaine Rehab in Lexington, KY

Getting help for cocaine use disorder is the first and most important step that you can take. At our cocaine rehab in Lexington, KY, we understand the challenges you have faced and continue to face, and are ready to help guide you towards a full recovery. 

Our outpatient programming consists of an intensive outpatient program and an outpatient program. Both programs are best suited for those who do not have a need for medical detox, who have a stable home environment, and who have either completed a higher level of treatment or do not require it. The intensive outpatient program we offer at our cocaine rehab in Lexington, KY requires patients to come to the facility nearly every day and spend the majority of the day there, while the outpatient program does not require as significant of a time commitment. Instead, the outpatient program runs a few days each week for a couple of hours at a time. Both programs offer a number of evidence-based therapies that have proven to help treat cocaine use disorder. At our cocaine rehab in Lexington, KY, we offer the following therapeutic services:

  • Individual therapy
  • Group counseling
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
  • Experiential therapy 
  • Family therapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Trauma treatments
  • Psychoeducational groups

Generally, outpatient services at our cocaine rehab in Lexington, KY run anywhere from six to eight weeks. Patients participating in intensive outpatient programming have the option of transitioning into the outpatient program, while those who have completed outpatient can benefit from our aftercare support. 

Do You Need Help?

Contact our cocaine rehab in Lexington, KY right now to get the help that you deserve. Do not wait one more second. A brighter future is on the horizon.