Outpatient Cocaine Rehab

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Everybody knows that cocaine is a dangerous drug, but that doesn’t prevent millions from becoming addicted to it. This medical illness causes a lot of damage and can even be deadly. Buckhead Behavioral Health offers an outpatient cocaine rehab program that helps people stop using this destructive drug. Our program features several types of therapy proven to assist in becoming sober and staying that way.

What Is Outpatient Cocaine Rehab?

With outpatient treatment, all sessions take place during the day. This allows the person to live in their own homes. Many people prefer this to a residential program that requires them to move into a facility. Multiple types of therapy are on the menu during outpatient treatment. Each one is proven to help people dealing with substance use disorders. 

Additionally, many addiction rehabs also treat mental health disorders. Approximately half of all people with an addiction to drugs like cocaine also have at least one diagnosable mental illness. They include conditions like depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, ADHD, and PTSD. For this reason, it makes sense to treat both addiction and mental health at the same time. When a person becomes sober, they often find their mental illness symptoms decrease. Conversely, when they learn to manage their mental health better, the need to self-medicate with drugs and alcohol often becomes less of a problem.

How Common is Cocaine Addiction? 

These days, when it comes to addictive substances, drugs like prescription opioids and alcohol receive a lot of coverage. While they definitely present a problem, many people do not realize that cocaine addiction remains a huge problem in this country. A 2018 survey showed that about 5.5 million Americans aged 12 and older have used cocaine or crack cocaine.  

In 2020, approximately 1.3 million people in the same age group had a cocaine disorder. Sadly, almost 20,000 people ended up dying from an overdose involving cocaine. As many as 1,800 Americans try cocaine for the first time on any given day. For many, this may start out as simple experimentation but quickly becomes a full-blown addiction.

Signs and Symptoms of Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine abuse affects the body in multiple ways, including physical, emotional, and behavioral. Someone addicted to cocaine may exhibit some of the following signs and symptoms:

  • Increased heart rate
  • High blood pressure
  • Dilated pupils 
  • Hyperactivity
  • Loss of appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Increased energy levels
  • Sensitive to light, sound, or touch
  • Tremors
  • Seizures
  • Trouble focusing
  • Anxiety or panic
  • Irritability
  • Paranoia
  • Depression
  • Unexplained need for money

Anyone who shows some of these signs may have developed an addiction. A professional outpatient cocaine rehab can help them identify any existing problem and treat it.

What to Expect from Outpatient Cocaine Rehab 

Outpatient cocaine rehab allows a person to receive concentrated, effective treatment for addiction in a facility or clinic. Outpatient comes in three different types of treatment plans. During detox or an initial inpatient program, it can be determined what sort of outpatient will work best for someone’s recovery.

Outpatient programs offer a variety of types of treatment. Talk therapy forms the basis of much of the work, including individual and group therapy. Other types of treatment modalities include family therapy, holistic therapy, and trauma-based therapy. The types of outpatient programs include:

Outpatient (OP): The least intensive level of outpatient, this usually takes place from one to three days per week. The person attends sessions from a few to several hours total per week. 

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): A step up from OP, this type of program requires more time attending sessions. Most people go from three to four days per week with sessions lasting around three hours per day.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP): PHP provides the most intensive type of outpatient rehab. People usually attend sessions three to five days per week. Sessions last several hours per day.

Benefits of Outpatient Cocaine Rehab

The most important benefit of going to outpatient cocaine rehab is that the person receives professional guidance and support. In fact, most people who attempt to go off cocaine on their own end up failing. When they enter rehab, trained experts help them navigate the road to recovery. This makes them much more likely not only to complete treatment but to thrive without a life ruled by cocaine usage. Other benefits include:

  • Learning to understand what led to the addiction
  • Identifying triggers for drug usage
  • Replacing negative coping skills with healthy ones
  • Taking advantage of talk therapy, including one-on-one and group therapy
  • Involving the family in treatment in order to heal the past and learn how to talk to each other in a healthy way
  • Support from peers who experience the same challenges and rewards of becoming sober
  • Help managing withdrawal symptoms
  • Establishing a schedule, a habit sometimes lost during addiction
  • Assistance in planning for aftercare programs that help a person stay in recovery

Outpatient Cocaine Rehab in Atlanta

Have you reached the point where you know cocaine has taken over your life and you need help? You’re not alone. Buckhead Behavioral Health in Atlanta features an outpatient cocaine rehab program designed to help you overcome your substance use disorder. We offer outpatient programs that not only help people who abuse cocaine but also treat any co-occurring mental health problems. Visit our admissions page today and find out more information about how you can hit the restart button on your life.

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