One of the most notorious recreational drugs in the world is cocaine, a powerful stimulant that is most commonly injected, smoked, or snorted. Cocaine is the second most popular illegal substance worldwide, with at least 35 million Americans over the age of 12 having admitted to using the drug. While cocaine abuse is a difficult addiction to break, there is hope.
Recognizing Cocaine Addiction
Cocaine is a stimulant, meaning that most people on the drug will be overly excited and confident. Some signs of cocaine addiction include:
- Track marks from shooting up (or other signs from snorting or smoking)
- Drug paraphernalia (hypodermic needles, baggies with residue, etc.)
- Unexpected episodes of excitement and confidence
- Paranoid episodes
- Financial problems because of increased drug use
- Abnormal sleep patterns
To get treatment for cocaine addiction, it’s important to work with a reputable rehabilitation center that understands this drug and its impacts.
Get the Treatment You Deserve
At True Recovery, we offer a unique treatment options for cocaine abuse, including an intensive outpatient treatment program (IOP) that takes an individualized, holistic approach to cocaine addiction counseling and recovery. We accept the majority of private insurance plans, and we can verify your coverage in as soon as an hour.
The True Recovery Difference
There are many treatment centers throughout Orange County that offer cocaine addiction recovery, but there are very few that are as extensive and unique as True Recovery. To us, you’re not just a number. You are an individual who deserves a personalized treatment plan focused on your goals. Through our many therapy programs, we help you refocus your energy on your passions, hobbies, and goals to grow beyond substance use. Our small caseloads allow us to focus on you, and only you, while addressing your unique needs.
If you or someone you know has a cocaine addiction, don’t let it become more of a problem than it already is. Fill out our contact form or call today and speak with an admissions counselor right away.