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Cocaine Rehab
Safe and nurturing environment for the start of your new, healthier life.

Cocaine dependency can be a life-changing and traumatic addiction, both for yourself and your loved ones. It’s essential to recognise the destructive realities, but it’s also important to know that help is available for you and those you love. Recovery from addiction is possible. There is a professional and caring system focused on helping individuals overcome cocaine addiction, which is available to anyone who wants to go back to a happy and healthy addiction-free life.

Why sanctuarylodge
Why Sanctuary Lodge?

We are a secure facility with a modern vision for the way treatment works. If you are looking for a proven, traditional addiction treament – we provide this alongside some of the top contemporary therapies including CBT, DBT and holistic treatments to help you find the pleasure in keeping yourself fit and being creative. When you come to Sanctuary Lodge, you will receive:

  • 24/7 support and assistance
  • A personalised treatment plan
  • Aftercare sessions and counselling
  • Sanctuary Lodge, Hedingham Road
  • Halstead, Essex, CO9 2DW United Kingdom

Email us at

info@ukat.co.uk

Call us now on

02031518101

How Does Cocaine Rehab Work?

The road to recovery for cocaine addiction begins through a process of detoxification and rehabilitation. The initial detox cleanses your body from toxins and breaks the routine of instant gratification from cocaine. This is followed by rehabilitation in an environment of guidance and professional advice from therapists, nurses, and workers, all of whom are addiction experts. Through such a caring system, you are supported from your first step of recovery to your final steps into an addiction-free life.

While detox is the initial step in treating physical dependence to cocaine, rehabilitation is the longer-term process of holistically treating addiction and learning how to avoid relapse; apart from innovative holistic therapies, most rehab centres also provide traditional psychotherapies. Rehab is often undergone through inpatient care, meaning you stay in a residential setting, which allows a focus on support and guidance without the distractions and temptations of daily life.

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Medical assessment

One of the first steps of cocaine rehab is a medical assessment. This enables addiction workers to understand the state of your health and body. They will determine medical records from the results that can be used to aid the long-term process of recovery. Practitioners will also evaluate whether you are taking other substances that might influence drug recovery. It is an important step in treating the physical side of cocaine addiction.

By gauging an informed idea of your overall health, addiction professionals can make a more personalised assessment of your current state and future treatment. A medical assessment determines important and useful information such as existing health issues and the current level of substance abuse. These details greatly help addiction workers aid you through your individual road to recovery.

Cocaine detoxification

Cocaine detoxification is the process of cleansing the body from toxins. It happens through a period of withdrawal from cocaine, which causes a number of symptoms as the body adapts to a new state. Instead of returning to cocaine use, you endure the withdrawal symptoms in order to be ready to move onto the next recovery stage of rehabilitation. Although detoxification is not a treatment in itself, it is a method of stabilisation before continuing the recovery process.

Addiction experts recognise that the period of cocaine detox can be difficult both physically and psychologically, which is why a strong network of support is offered to every individual during this time. Detox breaks the routine of want and relief encouraged by addiction as the brain has to endure cravings without the gratification from the drug and its dopamine hit. This process can be quite traumatic for any addicted individual.

Withdrawal symptoms from cocaine use might include depression, fatigue, increased appetite, unpleasant dreams and insomnia, and slowed thinking, all of which can take a physically unpleasant toll on the body and mind (1). However, with the level of support and care offered by addiction treatment centres, many individuals have successfully undergone cocaine detoxification, which is a crucial first step on the road to recovery.

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Psychotherapy

Through a combination of psychological methods, you can learn to change your behaviours and overcome the problems of cocaine abuse. Psychotherapy includes different types of therapy that often use talking as a tool to recognise issues, learn how to avoid habits, and cope with the triggers of everyday life that enable cocaine addiction.

Individual therapy is when you work independently with a therapist. Individual sessions might include methods such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. As a goal-oriented method, CBT can be broken down into different stages, including assessment, skills acquisition, and application training. This combination helps you develop strategies to manage anxiety and address the mental side of compulsive behaviours.

Other psychotherapies include Dialectical Behavioural Treatment, a type of CBT that aims to help you handle reactions to psychosocial stimuli, accept the things you cannot change, and create a life worth living. It is a method, centred on supportiveness, personalised to the strengths and successes of the individual in collaboration with therapists. DBT also includes the element of meditation.

Another treatment model which uses psychotherapy is group therapy, which encourages you to talk with and listen to others who are also suffering from addiction. By offering accountability and support to one another, you can relate to and learn from their experiences and successes, and be helpful to them with your own ones. You are not alone.

Relapse prevention

Following a cocaine addiction treatment programme, reputable rehabilitation clinics will give you options for relapse prevention support. This is supported with a variety of relapse-prevention sessions during inpatient treatment and an aftercare programme. At Sanctuary Lodge, we will offer you a year’s worth of free aftercare sessions with a dedicated counsellor after you complete your rehab with us.

This is because we recognise the apprehension faced by individuals when it is time to face the real world, with its real distractions and real triggers. Aftercare is designed to help you with the transition to everyday life. You receive an assessment and an individualised care plan that includes group meetings and regular contact with therapists.

The families of addicts are also given guidance. The family support programme offers group meetings and a caring network of addiction experts and others undergoing similar struggles. It answers any questions you might have about addiction and helps both the addict and the family in the long-term process.

Furthermore, there is the ground-breaking, innovative UKAT Alumni programme. It connects you with a community who have undergone similar treatment as part of their therapy in one of the various UKAT centres around the country. You will be able to share your journey of recovery in a welcoming, honest, and friendly network. We organise special events and gatherings for the UKAT Alumni.

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The Benefits of Cocaine Rehab

Rehabilitation for cocaine abuse allows space and time for the treatment of the underlying issues of addiction. It helps you learn how to live a life free from cocaine and address the psychological reasons behind addictive behaviour.

There are many different options, including outpatient or inpatient rehab, the length of stay, and the location of treatment. However, it is widely acknowledged that those who stay in rehab for longer have more successful outcomes. The longer people stay in treatment, the more they can reap its benefits (2).

Inpatient Rehab

Pros

  • You live in a safe environment away from everyday distractions
  • You can focus solely on recovery
  • You have a secure facility with a network of experts and resources

Cons

  • You have to take time off work or studying

Outpatient Rehab

Pros

  • You can continue to work or study while undergoing treatment
  • You can continue to live at home

Cons

  • You will face real-world issues that might trigger relapse
  • You won’t be surrounded by 24/7 support and resources
  • You will be surrounded by temptation

How Long Does Cocaine Rehab Last?

Ultimately, the length of cocaine rehab depends upon your specific circumstances, what are your personal requirements and how committed to the programme you are. However, staying in rehab for longer is undoubtedly more beneficial as studies show that addiction treatment is most successful when it lasts at least one month or more (3). The duration of cocaine rehab might also depend upon the weekly hours you spend in treatment. This varies from clinic to clinic. So, while some might continue treatment for a few months, others might stay for at least a year.

The Cost of Cocaine Rehab

The cost of cocaine rehab varies as it depends upon a number of factors. A part of the treatment programmes are covered by the NHS and are therefore free. However, they often have significant waiting time, depending on the levels of demand. There are many other options for those wanting to start recovery immediately, although they inevitably cost more.

Prices vary depending on the clinic, its amenities, reputation, and standards of luxury. You can also choose between semi-private accommodation over private accommodation to lower costs. Longer durations of inpatient treatment are also more expensive than shorter stays.

Whatever the cost of rehab, the financial and physical benefits of recovery far outweigh the cost of treatment. A cocaine-free life saves money being spent on drug abuse, along with countless health benefits, which are also financially favourable in the long run.

If you want to know the prices for private inpatient rehab treatment at Sanctuary Lodge, please content us for details.

Your care doesn’t end as you walk out of the door. Recovery is an ongoing process. This is why we provide free aftercare.

Cocaine Rehab FAQ

Do you treat crack cocaine addiction?
Yes. We treat all forms of cocaine addiction, including crack cocaine. We also treat freebase cocaine addiction. All forms of cocaine addiction are treated through the same process of detox and rehab, followed by aftercare, but the stages involve different processes.
Do you accept insurance?
Whether or not those costs are covered by insurance depends on your personal policy. The services paid for by private health insurers vary depending on numerous factors. Therefore, you should check your insurance policy to find out if they cover cocaine rehab and if private rehab is included in the policy, for how long and within what price range.
Does the NHS provide cocaine addiction treatment?
You may have to wait for weeks, or even months, for a consultation, but the NHS does provide such services on an outpatient basis (4). The NHS rarely funds inpatient treatment. There are also many charities throughout the UK that can help with outpatient programmes.
Do you treat cocaine addiction and mental health conditions?
Yes. Cocaine addiction can often happen alongside mental health conditions. When co-occurring problems such as drug abuse and mental health issues simultaneously present themselves, it is called dual diagnosis. Treatment requires a personalised programme that determines whether the conditions should be treated separately or simultaneously if the problems have a cause-and-effective relationship with each other.

Treatment such as counselling addresses both cocaine addiction and mental health conditions as both cases require you to retrain your thinking and learn strategies to avoid the triggers and reactions that lead to certain behaviours.

What happens after cocaine rehab?
Following cocaine rehab, you will undergo aftercare, a programme of up to twelve months that helps you transition into the real world while still having access to the support and resources of rehab. The network of care extends to alumni, those who have also graduated from a treatment centre and can share their experience of recovery and offer further guidance.

Support groups such as Cocaine Anonymous also exist for people facing life after cocaine rehab. It is a community of people sharing their opinions, hopes, and strengths on the road to recovery and maintenance of sobriety. Another example is SMART Recovery, which aims to empower recovering addicts with the skills and tools to manage addictive behaviour. They offer a network of support from themselves as well as rehab facilities and the NHS (5).

The ultimate aim of life after cocaine rehab is a successful recovery and healthy living without addiction. One study showed that 61% of people who were treated for addiction to powder cocaine stopped using within six months (NHS, 2017). This shows that the success of cocaine rehab is entirely possible.

Sources
(1) https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/cocaine. [Accessed 9 November 2019].

(2) https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/principles-drug-addiction-treatment-research-based-guide-third-edition/frequently-asked-questions/what-helps-people-stay-in-treatment. [Accessed 9 November 2019].

(3) https://drugfree.org/learn/drug-and-alcohol-news/addiction-treatment-successful-lasts-30-days-study/. [Accessed 9 November 2019].

(4) https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/cocaine-get-help/. [Accessed 9 November, 2019].

(5) https://smartrecovery.org.uk/about-our-organisation/. [Accessed 9 November, 2019].

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