Cocaine rehab

The road to recovery from cocaine addiction can seem impossible at times, but with access to the right support, this process can be made far easier. Cocaine rehabilitation is a treatment programme designed to help you understand your cocaine use and map out achievable recovery goals through regular therapies and support groups. While cocaine detox is the initial step in treating your physical dependence on cocaine, drug rehab helps you to build connections and foundations by holistically treating substance reliance and learning how to avoid relapse.

Rehab therapy for cocaine

How does cocaine rehab work?

Cocaine rehabilitation works by placing individuals who are dependent on cocaine in a safe and comfortable environment, in the capable hands of therapists, nurses, and medically trained workers, all of whom are addiction experts. In this space, you will learn more about your dependency through regular access to therapeutic activities and treatments, working together with like-minded individuals as you take your final step into a cocaine-free life.

Do I need cocaine rehab?

When caught in the detrimental cycle of drug abuse, it can feel impossible to admit to yourself that your dependence might be getting out of control, and that you require professional help to overcome your illness. For this reason, it is essential that you look out for the signs in yourself so you can begin making positive changes to protect your health and wellbeing.

Some signs to indicate that you may require cocaine rehab include:

  • Your family and friends have started to notice changes in your behaviour, perhaps mentioning that you need help in overcoming your drug habit.
  • All your time is spent either trying to buy cocaine, using cocaine, or associating with other individuals who can provide it for you.
  • Your personal relationships are starting to suffer as a result of your cocaine use.
  • You have tried to stop taking cocaine on your own, but been unsuccessful.

Cocaine rehab treatment at Sanctuary Lodge

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At Sanctuary Lodge, our cocaine rehab programme offers a holistic approach to treatment, which means we aim to treat your mind as well as your body.

Upon arrival, you will receive a plan of scheduled activities, with a wide variety of group therapies, workshops and individual therapy sessions, some of which include:

  • Individual and group counselling
  • Creative activities (such as art therapy and mindfulness)
  • Regular gym access, to restore your physical health
  • Opportunities to involve your family in your recovery journey

Our cocaine rehab programme is inpatient, which means that you will stay at the facility for the duration of your treatment. This allows you to focus all your attention on your recovery without the distractions and temptations of daily life.

The benefits of cocaine rehab at Sanctuary Lodge

Rehabilitation for cocaine abuse is so important, as it allows space and time to get to the underlying reasons that your cocaine dependence developed, addressing issues such as past trauma, peer pressure or self-medication. Cocaine rehab can help you learn how to live a life free from cocaine and develop healthier coping strategies as you move forward into a healthier life.

Given how tough it can be to quit cocaine, it is recommended that you attend an inpatient facility like Sanctuary Lodge to begin your recovery journey. Some benefits of our cocaine inpatient rehab include:

  • Residing in a safe environment, free from everyday distractions and triggers to relapse
  • An opportunity to focus solely on recovery as you are in a secure residential setting
  • Regular access to a supportive network of guidance and care
  • Excellent resources to take advantage of as you start a new life, free from cocaine

How long does cocaine rehab last?

Ultimately, the duration of cocaine rehab varies from clinic to clinic, and the length of cocaine rehab will also depend on your specific requirements. However, we believe that addiction treatment is most beneficial and successful when it lasts a month or more.

Sanctuary Lodge offers seven-day, fourteen-day, twenty-eight-day and three-month treatment programmes. We would advise that you stay for the minimum length of twenty-eight days, as it will give you enough time to bond with other clients and work through your treatment at a pace which works for you.

The cost of cocaine rehab

The cost of cocaine rehab varies as it depends upon several factors. If you choose to access rehab treatment through the NHS, this will be free. Unfortunately, however, there are often long waiting lists and often limited resources. Alternatively, there are many other options for those wanting to start recovery immediately, which come at a cost.

The cost of private treatment will bring the benefit of an immediate start to your treatments which, in turn, means you can begin your physical and mental recovery right away. If you would like to learn about prices for private inpatient rehab treatment at Sanctuary Lodge, please contact us for details right away.

Relapse prevention

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After completing your cocaine rehab treatment, there is also the option of relapse prevention support which is part of your aftercare programme. At Sanctuary Lodge, we will offer you complimentary aftercare sessions for a year after you have completed your initial stay with us.

We offer aftercare programmes because we recognise the apprehension faced by people when it is time to leave the clinic and be around real-life distractions and cocaine triggers. Aftercare is designed to help you transition to everyday life and focus on your continued cocaine recovery. This programme will provide you with an individualised care plan that includes group meetings and regular contact with therapists.

Furthermore, we provide all our clients access to the innovative UKAT Alumni programme, where special events and gatherings are organised for the UKAT Alumni members. This gives you the opportunity to connect with a community who have undergone similar hurdles, having engaged with treatment in one of the various UKAT centres around the country. You will be able to share your journey of cocaine recovery in a welcoming, honest, and friendly network.

Get help today

At Sanctuary Lodge, we understand that taking that first step into clean living can be frightening, moving into the unknown and taking steps to break your dependence, once and for all. However, with the support and guidance of compassionate staff, trained in the field, this can significantly ease this process, providing you with the tools to step into a new life, free from cocaine. If you would like to learn anything else about cocaine rehab with Sanctuary Lodge, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team right away.

Frequently asked questions

What happens after cocaine rehab?
Following cocaine rehab, you will undergo an aftercare programme of up to twelve months that helps you transition into the real world while still having access to the support and resources of your rehab community. The network of care extends to our Alumni team and people who have undergone treatment who can share their recovery experiences and offer further guidance.
How can I access the cocaine rehab programme?
If you choose to recover at Sanctuary Lodge, you will have access to unique state-of-the-art facilities and therapies to overcome your cocaine reliance. To start your recovery, please contact our friendly advisors, who will talk you through how to start your rehabilitation.

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