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Cocaine Treatment

Cocaine TreatmentCocaine addiction affects people from all walks of life. The popular stimulant known from the 1980s and 1990s rave culture is still used today. At Northpoint Colorado, we’ve created a comprehensive addiction treatment program to better serve Colorado residents on the journey to recovery.

Northpoint Colorado supports patients with compassionate care and our cocaine rehab center. Our Loveland clinic provides compassionate and flexible care for addiction and co-occurring disorders. To learn more about our inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment and cocaine addiction treatment program, call us now at 970.579.4569 for a free assessment.

What Is Cocaine?

Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant derived from the coca plant. The white powder is smoked, snorted, or injected. In crystallized, highly concentrated form, it’s called crack cocaine. Cocaine increases dopamine levels in the brain and speeds up the nervous system. Dopamine creates feelings of joy, euphoria, and motivation. This rapid increase of dopamine can cause fast-paced, erratic behavior. Signs of cocaine use include:

  • Feelings of euphoria
  • Manic behavior
  • Mental alertness
  • Extreme sensitivity to light, sound, and touch
  • Slows the need for food or sleep
  • Increased heart rate
  • Dilated pupils
  • Restlessness
  • Increased body temperature

Cocaine can cause some people to work faster, pay better attention at work or school, and experience enhanced sexual pleasure. People may engage in more risk-taking behavior while high. Many people also find it hard to focus. Cocaine does not last long in the bloodstream. The short-lived euphoric feelings and mental alertness contribute to the drug’s addictive nature.

What Happens in Cocaine Rehab?

Residential rehab is the best choice for cocaine detox and recovery. Because cocaine is highly addictive, it’s best to detox in a safe place that does not have access to drugs or alcohol. When a person begins to detox, they experience cocaine withdrawal. As cocaine leaves the bloodstream the brain and body crave more cocaine. This can lead to the following symptoms:

  • Restless behavior
  • Depression
  • Fatigue
  • General feeling of discomfort
  • Increased hunger
  • Vivid nightmares and dreams
  • Lethargy

During withdrawal, it’s very common for people to seek more cocaine or other drugs to lessen symptoms. People may engage in reckless or self-harming behavior. A residential rehab program can help prevent reuse, overdose, and endangerment to oneself or others.

At Northpoint Colorado, we provide a safe, welcoming space for patients to begin detox and recovery. Our Loveland clinic houses 64 residents at a time. Each patient has a private room, 24/7 care, and access to our on-site gym. We specialize in medically assisted detox and dual diagnosis treatment to help patients understand, manage, and overcome mood disorders and cocaine addiction.

During our four-week detox and recovery program, our residents participate in one-on-one cognitive-behavioral therapy. CBT is the leading evidence-based therapy for addiction recovery. Used for both addiction and co-occurring disorders, CBT can help our residents understand addiction triggers, cope with stress, build emotional tolerance, and change their behavior.

Comprehensive Cocaine Rehab in Colorado

There’s no safer way to detox from cocaine than inpatient rehab. Detoxing or quitting cold turkey at home can lead to overdose. A cocaine overdose can cause stroke, seizures, and heart attack. If you or someone in your life is struggling with cocaine use, call us today. The team at Northpoint Colorado provides care throughout detox, therapy, and aftercare planning. We have extensive 12-step programs and family therapy to help you get your life back on track.

Begin Cocaine Rehab Today in Loveland, Colorado at Northpoint Colorado

Don’t let another day go by without the support you need. To learn more about how Northpoint Colorado can help you and your loved ones overcome cocaine use, call us now at 970.579.4569 for a free assessment.