Cocaine addiction is difficult to overcome, but very possible with the right treatment. You can release the grip cocaine has on your life. We can help.
Why It’s so Hard to Quit Cocaine
Cocaine is addictive because it affects the central nervous system. Cocaine boosts the brain’s mood-enhancing chemicals. It creates a euphoric state as norepinephrine and dopamine flood the cocaine user’s brain. Cocaine also increases energy and makes people feel alert. But this is a fleeting feeling. Eventually the cocaine user needs more and more to feel normal. It’s a vicious cycle.
One way out of the cycle is through inpatient cocaine rehab. Quitting cocaine is often too hard to do on your own. At Lucida Treatment Center, treatment for cocaine addiction is evidence-based and engaging. You’ll receive drug rehab treatment tailored to you in a healing environment. Give us a call: 844-878-1996. Let’s do this together.
What to Expect in Inpatient Rehab for Cocaine Addiction
Lucida offers comprehensive cocaine rehab programs to help you reclaim your life from cocaine abuse. During inpatient rehab you’ll live in comfortable residences with peers in treatment. You’ll attend programming during the day and participate in recovery activities in the evenings.
Treatment of cocaine addiction includes assessing your physical and mental health. You may be struggling with a dual diagnosis (both substance abuse and mental illness). Our treatment plans address co-occurring mental health disorders at the same time.
Your stay at our recovery center begins with abstinence from cocaine. You can also expect:
- Assessment of overall health
- Psychological testing
- Care from a compassionate treatment team that may include:
- Case managers
- Other behavioral health specialists
- Behavioral treatments to improve your emotional well-being and coping skills
- Help healing the physical, mental and emotional aspects of addiction recovery
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
It’s not uncommon for cocaine abusers to also have a mental health disorder. Many people with substance use disorders try to ease emotional pain with drugs or alcohol. Some cocaine users learn they have an undiagnosed mental health issue during addiction treatment.
At Lucida, we diagnose and treat co-occurring conditions like:
- Anxiety disorders
- Personality disorders
- Bipolar disorder
We educate you about your condition. This empowers you to take control of your mental health. We’ll also refer you to mental health professionals so you can continue managing your symptoms after you leave Lucida.
Lucida offers a multidisciplinary approach to cocaine addiction treatment. Some of our mental health and substance abuse treatment options include:
One-on-one counseling sessions help you work on underlying issues that fuel addiction. Within a safe space you can explore challenges like:
- Relationship issues
- Unhealthy attachment styles
- Sexual, physical or emotional abuse
- PTSD and complex trauma
- Low self-esteem
You’ll take part in several groups with peers you can relate to. Hearing from others struggling with addiction and mental illness helps you feel less alone. It can also be healing to share your own experiences. You’ll improve interpersonal skills and learn to be more authentic.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive behavioral therapy is a proven approach in treating substance abuse and mental illness. Therapists trained in CBT help you:
- Identify unhealthy thought patterns and beliefs
- Learn exercises to begin changing those thoughts and beliefs
- Replace them with healthy thoughts, beliefs and behaviors
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Trauma therapy, such as EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), can help you get “unstuck.” It tackles trauma in different ways than talk therapy. EMDR uses lights and bilateral stimulation of the eyes. It helps you process internal associations and work through emotional pain.
Psychodrama helps you address difficult relationships or situations in your life. A therapist trained in psychodrama will guide you through role-playing exercises.
Learn more about all our therapies at Lucida Treatment Center.
Inpatient cocaine rehab may be your first step in recovery, but it’s not the last one. At Lucida, you’ll learn new ways to cope with triggers. Our treatment team will help you develop relapse prevention skills. We’ll help you transition back into the community after drug rehab. Your relapse prevention plan may include:
- Outpatient drug rehab
- Support in building a sober community
- Referrals to doctors, therapists and sober-living facilities
- Assistance in finding substance abuse support groups
About Our Facility
Lucida Treatment Center is located in Palm Beach County, Florida. We’re close to the scenic Intracoastal Waterway with access to beautiful beaches. You’ll live in home-like town homes next to our treatment center. Accommodations include a swimming pool and fitness center. Residences include cozy furnishings and warm decor. Private rooms are available.
We Accept Insurance
Lucida works with a number of insurance providers. The best way to determine your psychiatric and drug rehab insurance benefits is to call us. Our admissions team will work with your insurance to understand your benefits. Call us today for a free insurance benefits check: 844-878-1996.
Reclaim Your Life in Cocaine Rehab
Our residential addiction treatment program has helped hundreds of clients and their families. We can help you too. Our addiction specialists use evidence-based therapies to help you break free from cocaine addiction. Call Lucida to speak confidentially with a recovery advisor at 844-878-1996.