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Treatment Offered at Cocaine Rehab Centers

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Cocaine addiction treatment consists mainly of counseling and therapy.

Cocaine rehab centers are a great resource for those who are struggling with cocaine addiction. Cravings can be very severe for someone who is addicted to cocaine; he or she will likely need help and will not be able to fight the addiction entirely alone. The treatments that are offered at a cocaine rehab center will help an individual learn to fight cocaine addiction, and these lessons will be necessary throughout the rest of the person’s life.

Cocaine Rehab Centers

According to the NIDA, “the majority of individuals… who seek treatment for cocaine abuse smoke crack and are likely to be polydrug abusers, or users of more than one substance.” This is why many cocaine rehab centers will cater to these issues. However, if a person has needs that do not fit into these specifications, his or her issues must also be met.

We do know that it is very hard for those who are addicted “to drugs like cocaine to quit on their own” (CDC). Cocaine addiction recovery is often a lifelong battle that needs multiple treatments and interventions so there is no one treatment that cures a person of cocaine addiction. That is why cocaine rehab centers offer many different treatments which, when used together or over time, help patients fight cravings and continue their recoveries.

Therapy

The NIDA states that contingency management is a very beneficial form of therapy for people who are addicted to cocaine. This treatment is offered in many cocaine rehab centers, both inpatient and outpatient-based. Contingency management works on a reward-based system which helps a person switch from the reward of getting high to a better system of behavior for reward. This is usually most helpful when a person starts out in cocaine rehab treatment.

Later on, it might be necessary that the individual attend cognitive-behavioral therapy which will help the person change the way he or she thinks about drug use. “This approach attempts to help patients recognize, avoid, and cope” with their cravings and temptations. Both of these therapy methods are highly effective at the right times and are usually offered at cocaine rehab centers.

Medication

According to the NIDA, “presently, there are no FDA-approved medications to treat cocaine addiction.” But all types of treatment usually work best when they are used and layered together, especially in the case of therapy and medication. Sometimes, individuals in cocaine rehab have trouble focusing on the therapy without the medication. This is why there are still efforts to find an approved medication for cocaine addiction.

In the meantime, medications are being used for cocaine addiction in controlled clinical trials such as:

  • Disulfiram
  • Topiramate
  • Vigabatrin
  • Modafinil

Other medications are also in the works, and patients will likely be given medication to treat some of their withdrawal symptoms on a case-by-case basis.

Depending on the center, holistic treatments may be offered as well such as yoga or exercise classes. Vocational classes are also very helpful for those who have struggled with finding work since becoming addicted to cocaine. When taking your needs into consideration, a cocaine rehab center will have the specific treatment plan that is right for you, most likely made of several different treatments in order to facilitate your recovery.

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