Cocaine rehab

The dangers of cocaine are prolific, with the number of recorded cocaine-related deaths increasing five times since the year 2010. Fortunately, cocaine rehab can help you end the destructive effects of cocaine, offering the tools to repair family relationships and improve health and wellbeing. Our drug rehab facility and team of professionals can help you with your cocaine addiction treatment and lead you on a path to a healthier life.


What is cocaine addiction treatment?

Cocaine rehab usually focuses on both the physical and psychological aspects of your drug addiction. As a central nervous stimulant, cocaine increases the amount of dopamine in the brain, which in turn affects the brain’s reward system. With long-term use, cocaine changes how the brain functions, leaving the user dependent on the drug and requiring treatment for the physical withdrawal symptoms.

In order to defeat your cocaine addiction, it is also vital that you understand the psychological aspects and identify the root cause of your drug use. This is arguably the most important part of your recovery – you will learn relapse prevention techniques and coping mechanisms, and undergo intensive therapy, bettering your chances of staying sober.

Do I need cocaine rehab?

If you are struggling to stop taking cocaine, your use is starting to interfere with your work or personal life, or loved ones have commented on your drug use, then we advise you to reach out for support at our rehab facility.

Drug rehab is an essential tool to help you overcome your drug use. You may be experiencing a number of physical and psychological symptoms alongside your cocaine use, including:

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Irritability
  • Aggression
  • Lack of appetite
  • Insomnia
  • Exhaustion
  • Inability to concentrate or function

If you have been abusing cocaine for some time, then you may have found yourself stuck in a vicious cycle of highs and lows.

Prolonged use of the drug will lead to alterations in your brain, meaning you’ll need increasingly higher doses to achieve a high, and may need to take cocaine just to feel normal.

Following this, you may experience long ‘comedowns’ which last for days, leaving you exhausted, anxious, and feeling unwell.

It is important to remember you do not need to be taking cocaine every day to be suffering from addiction. If you are observing any of the above signs in yourself or a loved one, don’t waste another day – contact us to discuss your treatment programme.


What can I expect from cocaine rehab?

There are many different treatment options available for cocaine addiction, including private rehab, rehab centres funded by the NHS, or private counselling. There may also be support groups in your area or online that can help you to avoid the temptation to take cocaine, even after you have successfully completed cocaine rehab.

Primrose Lodge is a private rehab facility which offers a holistic drug treatment programme tailored to meet your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs. Our team recognises that everyone experiences addiction differently and this is considered in our treatment plan. You will have access to 24/7 care away from daily stressors, allowing you to fully focus on your recovery during this time. Our cocaine rehab centre offers a comprehensive programme that gives you the best opportunity for success.

When should I go to cocaine rehab?

It is often difficult to be objective with your drug use and admit that there is an issue. The fact that you are reading this page, however, means that cocaine is having an impact on your life in some way. The sooner you start treatment, the easier your recovery will be – be honest with yourself about your drug use and don’t delay. If you notice any of the signs mentioned on this page, our team can help.

Does treatment for cocaine addiction work?

Despite the fact that private rehab facilities have higher success rates, for treatment to work, you must be fully committed to the programme and have a fervent desire to get clean and stay committed to recovery. Cocaine rehab can provide you with the treatment and tools you need to recover, but ultimately it will be up to you to carry this through to your everyday life.

Unfortunately, this also applies to family members who are suffering – although we would like to see loved ones recover as soon as possible, they are unlikely to maintain sobriety if they are not ready to make the change themselves. It is therefore important to approach them in the right way if you intend on discussing their cocaine use, perhaps with the help of a professional interventionist.


Cocaine addiction treatment process

Your treatment will begin with a cocaine detox. Here you will be supported throughout your withdrawal period as your body rids itself of all drug-related substances. You will be provided with medical assistance to help you manage any withdrawal symptoms.

After treating your physical recovery, you will then receive a combination of different therapies depending on your individual needs. This allows you to treat the psychological aspects of your cocaine use, which is the key to lasting recovery.

These therapies include:

  • One-on-one therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)

The therapy process can enlighten you on the stressors that trigger your drug use and give you the tools you need to combat them.

Our experienced team also provides assistance with nutrition and exercise, helps you to maintain a positive mindset, and aids a better night’s sleep while you are on the road to recovery.

Our rehabilitation programme can be tailored to suit your own unique needs. However, we typically provide a 28-day programme. If your cocaine addiction is particularly severe and you require more help, we can offer a more extensive plan.

There are plenty of options available when it comes to treatment. However, private cocaine rehabilitation centres offer the best, most comprehensive treatment. Our drug rehab programme focuses on every aspect of your addiction and ensures the best chance of success.

Whichever treatment option you ultimately decide to embark upon, we highly recommend you sign up to attend a fellowship group such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA) or Cocaine Anonymous (CA) in your local area so that you may prevent relapse and keep your recovery on track.


Maintaining cocaine recovery

After successfully completing your cocaine rehab, it is common for temptations and cravings to return – this can occur months or even years after being clean. Addicts who participate in aftercare are significantly less likely to relapse.

At Primrose Lodge, we offer twelve months of free aftercare to our patients – this includes outpatient support, weekly therapy sessions, one-to-one therapy, phone assistance whenever you need it, and an Alumni programme. We also recommend joining groups like Drug Addicts Anonymous (DAA) where you can receive support from others going through similar experiences.

Exploring cocaine rehab myths

All cocaine treatment programmes are effective

Due to cocaine’s potency and the strength of its grasp, completing cocaine rehab is no easy feat. It is therefore essential to choose the right rehab facility and treatment programme to ensure your chances of success. Private, in-patient facilities will be the most effective in combating cocaine abuse.

Cocaine rehab is for those at ‘rock bottom’

This is a common misconception when it comes to cocaine rehab. Yet, it is never too early to seek help for your cocaine use. In fact, treating the problem early will mean an easier recovery and a better chance of reclaiming your life. Why wait for things to get worse? The sooner you start treatment, the sooner you can reach your goal of a healthy recovery.

Overcoming cocaine addiction is impossible

While studies show a high rate of relapse amongst those who complete cocaine rehab, this does not take into account that relapse is often a part of recovery and does not equate to failure. Although cocaine is powerfully addictive, it is certainly not impossible to overcome. Success rates significantly increase in individuals who attend a high-quality in-patient rehabilitation facility and enrol in long-term aftercare.

“[The staff] came over and shook my hands and welcomed me, and I felt safe for the first time in ages.”

Healthy routines and structured days are key components of successful recovery as they prevent feelings of aimlessness and stop you from falling into old habits.


Cocaine addiction intervention

If you are concerned about a loved one’s cocaine use and would like to conduct an intervention, our experienced team can assist you with advice, support, and guidance from a professional counsellor.

The goal of an intervention should be for your loved one to admit they have a problem and ultimately for them to attend rehabilitation. It is therefore important to have a drug rehab centre ready should your loved one agree to get help.

Your love and support can be exactly what your family member needs to seek the treatment they require.

Booking cocaine rehab

If any of the points on this page have resonated with you and you want to book with our cocaine rehab clinic, get in touch. Taking this first step can be daunting, whether it is for yourself or a loved one, but it is also the turning point to a happier and healthier life.

Frequently asked questions

What does a typical day in cocaine rehab look like?
When you enter cocaine rehab you will be provided with a daily timetable of activities which will include therapy sessions, lectures, workshops, exercise opportunities, meal times and free time which you can spend watching TV, playing board games, reading a book or socialising. Each day will be busy and structured as this promotes a sense of purpose. This is vital to your cocaine recovery as it prevents boredom (something that is often associated with relapse).
How much does cocaine rehab cost?
The cost of cocaine rehab will vary depending on your length of stay and requirements. Typically a twenty-eight-day programme will cost anywhere from £5,000 to £13,450. While there is no denying that this is a large chunk of money, when compared to the cost of a cocaine habit over time, it is the sensible option. You may also be eligible to spread the costs of treatment with an affordable payment plan.
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