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Cocaine Addiction Treatment in Scottsdale
Compassionate & Effective Treatment for Cocaine Addiction in Arizona
At Acceptance Recovery Center, we can help you overcome any addiction.
In our culture, there is a powerful stigma surrounding cocaine use, but we understand that drug addiction is often one of many problems in an affected person’s life. Many people who struggle with cocaine abuse or addiction are often dealing with other problems, such as depression, anxiety, alcoholism, general unhappiness, and more. This makes attempts to quit without adequate support almost universally unsuccessful.
Acceptance Recovery Center, we provide you with the comprehensive support you need to break free from cocaine addiction, deal with the underlying issues that may be fueling your addiction, and achieve long-term sobriety and wellness.
When you make the choice to begin your journey with us, you will have access to various treatment options, such as:
- Psycho-Educational Groups
- Individual Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Yoga & Meditation
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Trauma Therapy
Find out which program is right for you. Call today to receive a free assessment for cocaine addiction treatment in Scottsdale.
Be Honest When Someone You Love Shows Signs of Cocaine Use
If someone you love is using cocaine, the most loving thing you can do is intervene and help connect them to the life-saving treatment they need.
Allowing this dangerous habit to persist could result in prolonged use, permanent changes in brain chemistry, and tragic accidents or death. However, beginning drug rehabilitation as soon as possible provides a fresh start for people struggling with cocaine addiction, and it can be the difference between life and death.
It may be time to seek treatment for your loved one if you see any of the following signs of cocaine use:
- Rapid weight loss
- Engaging in dangerous activities
- Becoming suddenly manic, excitable, and very talkative
- Getting a bloody or a runny nose more often than is normal
- Becoming socially withdrawn and isolated from loved ones
- Drastic changes in eating habits
- Altered sleep habits
- Asking for money
- Reduced performance in work or school
- Large dilated pupils
- Decreasing interest in personal hygiene or self-care
- Evasive or defensive behavior when asked where or how they spend their time
- No interest in participating in formerly enjoyable pastimes, hobbies, traditions, etc.
- Secretiveness, demanding privacy, and spending significant blocks of time behind closed doors or out of the house
- Drug paraphernalia such as white powder, spoons, needles, and razors
Why Is it so Hard to Stop Using Cocaine?
Cocaine is unique in that it re-trains your brain to depend on the drug in order to experience pleasure. When you use cocaine, your brain is overloaded by a sudden and unnatural rise in dopamine levels and your central nervous system goes into high gear almost immediately. In addition to creating a depressive, lethargic crash that can last for days, cocaine is highly addictive and becomes habit forming very quickly.
Withdrawal symptoms can be excruciating, to the point they are nearly impossible to bear alone. However, many people who have developed cocaine dependence feel ashamed, isolated, and powerless, leading to discouragement, relapse, and multiple failed sobriety attempts.
There is a better way to quit cocaine.
When you come to Acceptance Recovery Center, you will have all the support you need and you will never be isolated or without help. Our experienced clinical team is prepared to walk alongside you and provide therapy and teach strategies for lifelong sobriety.
You don’t have to do this alone. Call now to start fresh
and overcome addiction for good.