Cocaine Addiction Treatment in Massachusetts

Cocaine Addiction: Signs, Symptoms & Treatment

When looking for help for cocaine addiction, look no further than Freedom Health. Our cocaine rehab in Massachusetts offers you an individualized treatment experience based around your personal needs when addicted to cocaine.

Understanding Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine Addiction & Treatment in Massachusetts

Derived from the leaves of the coca plant native to South America, Cocaine has an interesting history – to say the least. Dating back to the early 1900s, a purified form of cocaine was used as the active ingredient in an array of products sold through the United States. The long list of products includes a timeless beverage named after this main ingredient, Coca-Cola®. In addition to being used by surgeons as a sort of anesthetic, cocaine was seen as a cure-all. It was decades before researchers were able to identify and prove that cocaine use has drastic effects on brain structure and can be a highly addictive substance. Freedom Health offers treatment for you or a loved one struggling with cocaine addiction.

What Exactly is Cocaine?

In the United States, cocaine is a stimulant drug classified as a Schedule II Substance meaning it has a high potential for abuse and addiction, and recreational use is illegal. However, it can be utilized by medical doctors for anesthetic purposes.
Cocaine is a drug most commonly found in the form of a white crystalline powder substance. Recreational users may consume the substance by snorting it through their nose or eating it. crack cocaine is a less pure version of cocaine found as a crystal-like rock. Crack cocaine may be smoked or crushed and consumed like powdery cocaine.

How Cocaine Affects Users

Cocaine is considered a stimulant drug because of the effects it has on those who consume it. The drug stimulates brain activity and increases physiological processes such as heart rate and breathing. The resulting effect is feeling energized, talkative, social, and even focused (although not always on what you intend to focus on). However, cocaine is a fast-acting substance whose effects begin to wear off quickly and frequent use is common in order to maintain the effects over many hours or days.

What We Treat

Conditions We Treat at Freedom Health

We offer comprehensive care for a range of mental health and substance use disorders, understanding that each individual’s journey is unique. Some of the conditions we treat include:

Knowing What Cocaine Addiction Looks Like

What are the Signs of Cocaine Addiction?

Similar to alcohol, cocaine is a substance that is commonly used in social settings. The social aspect of this drug’s use blurs the lines of when addiction is actually present. Any sort of cocaine abuse can be dangerous, but addiction is particularly risky. Whether it is you or a loved one that is struggling, the first step to addressing a cocaine use disorder is identifying it.

Psychological/Behavioral signs of cocaine addiction include:

Physical signs of cocaine addiction include:

Keep in mind that one of these factors on its own does not necessarily signify addiction, but when multiple are present they should not be ignored.
Paying for treatment

We Work with Most Major Insurance

If you or a loved one are looking for affordable addiction treatment, we accept most major health insurance plans along with other forms of payment.

Even if your insurance isn’t listed here, don’t hesitate to contact us for instant coverage verification.

How Can I Get Help for Cocaine Addiction?

Cocaine Addiction Treatment Options in Massachusetts

Addiction treatment programs have seen it all and they provide non-judgmental support to those who need help overcoming cocaine addiction. Nearly 6% of all drug rehab program admissions in 2013 were related to cocaine abuse. Additionally, about 63% of these individuals may have been poly-drug users. All drug users will likely experience some adverse effects when they discontinue drug use, also known as detox. Individuals who only struggled with cocaine may not need a medication-assisted detox program, but that 63% who mixed cocaine and alcohol or other substances may benefit from medical assistance. Following detox, clients can continue to address the psychological and behavioral aspects of cocaine addiction through an outpatient program such as an intensive outpatient program.

Cocaine Withdrawal Symptoms

Some cocaine users may find themselves turning to cocaine time and time again in order to keep their energy up during work or social events. These individuals may be struggling with cocaine addiction. If used frequently over a period of time, it is also possible for dependence to develop. Those who are physically dependent on cocaine may experience withdrawal symptoms when they stop using. Cocaine withdrawal symptoms are not as physically severe as other substances, with the most common symptom being intense cravings for the drug. Other possible withdrawal symptoms include:

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At Freedom Health, we provide individualized addiction treatment that addresses the core issues that lead to substance abuse. We want to help you, your family, and your friends overcome the strain and stress that addiction causes. We do this through intensive individual and group therapy, as well as family support, life skills courses, and more.

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