Cocaine is a highly addictive drug that has been branded as a “party drug.” However, the drug is much more dangerous than its popular image leads many people to believe. Due to this misleading image and the highly addictive nature of cocaine, it can be very easy for people to fall into issues with this drug. We are here to help if you are struggling with cocaine addiction and are ready to begin working toward recovery.
At The Good Life Treatment Center, we combine medical expertise, mental health treatment, and wellness activities that are focused on the unique needs of every person who enters our facility. We are in long-term recovery ourselves, and are committed to helping you find your way to your new life.
Cocaine use can cause severe physical and mental health effects. In the long term, even cocaine use that seems “occasional” can catch up with a person. People who used cocaine as a young person can encounter issues such as heart problems, strokes, seizures, and chronic nasal irritation as they age.
Cocaine use can also cause significant effects on the emotional wellbeing of a person, including issues such as panic attacks, paranoia, irritability, and psychosis. Using cocaine can also severely impair the cognitive ability of a person.
Cocaine use can be identified by the immediate effects it causes to the body and mind: Hyperactivity, irritability, depression, and anxiety can be apparent.
Changes in behavior can signify drug addiction. A person who is using cocaine may be more impulsive or may isolate themselves from their friends and loved ones.
Cocaine is also very expensive. Questionable financial woes could be a sign of an addiction. If your loved one is having financial issues that are not characteristic of them, and are exhibiting other signs of cocaine addiction, they may be struggling with substance abuse issues.
Anyone who uses cocaine runs the risk of developing an addiction, especially if they engage in repeated use. While only a doctor can diagnose cocaine use disorder, there are several signs and symptoms to look out for.
Some of the most common signs and symptoms of cocaine addiction include:
We understand how difficult it can be to stop using cocaine. The physical dependence that the drug creates, and its intersection with a certain lifestyle for many users, can make it very hard to quit. We offer medically-based and holistic treatment options that can be individualized to each patient’s individual needs. All of our trained professionals will be consistently available to help you and aid in your success.
To treat cocaine addiction, we offer programs such as:
We also offer therapy programs such as:
We are available to discuss your needs and goals for treatment during a free consultation. We offer free consultations to ensure we are familiar with your situation, and can build a treatment plan that works for you.
We look forward to meeting you and helping you begin your journey to recovery. As people who are in long-term recovery ourselves, we have an insightful perspective into your situation. We welcome you to our family and are excited to support you while you take this important step.
Our facility is located right next to the beach and we strive to make your recovery as comfortable and up-scale as possible.
Recovery is not easy, but our team of specialists will walk with you every step of the way so that you can live the sober life you deserve.
Our facility is a smaller and more intimate setting that you will not get lost in. We will always make sure there is someone available for you.
At The Good Life Treatment Center, you will receive a personalized treatment plan, and you will be treated like a person, not a file.