A small bag with white powder hangs from your fingers. You swore that you would give cocaine up, but you are again unable to fight your urges. Between 2004 and 2010, cocaine use in Ohio decreased from 30% to 14%, but that doesn’t mean that it is not still present. Located in Garfield Heights, OH, Superior Behavioral Health provides tailored treatment plans based on your location and accepts Medicaid and Medicare so you can start your recovery now.
How Does Cocaine Addiction Treatment Work in Garfield Heights?
Cocaine use looks different for everyone, and everyone has a different path to recovery. We listen to your story and design a tailored treatment plan to suit your needs and goals for recovery best. Taking the step to recovery is one of the bravest things you can do for yourself. It might be the hardest thing you have ever done, but it will be worth it. You are not alone in this journey, and seeking treatment can help you find the support to make it successful.
Partial Hospitalization Treatment at Superior Behavioral Health
You will spend 6-8 hours, 5 days a week here at our Garfield Heights, OH center. Your treatment will focus on individual, group, and family therapy sessions as you experience a supportive environment tailored to your needs. You will be able to identify and address your thoughts, grow in support of a community with strangers and family that wants you to succeed, and learn coping skills that will allow you to deal with day-to-day challenges in a healthy way. Instead of staying overnight, you will be able to go back to your own home.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment at Superior Behavioral Health
This is our step down from partial hospitalization. You will spend 3-5 days here. You will attend group therapy and other therapeutic activities, but not at the level of intensity as partial hospitalization.
Outpatient Rehab at Superior Behavioral Health
In an outpatient program, you will be in our center a few times weekly for individual and group therapy sessions. This is the lowest step down that we offer in the recovery process, and it helps you to learn how to regulate emotions, develop healthy relationships, and manage triggers. We will help you stay on track with your recovery journey so you don’t have to face any challenges alone.
What to Expect in Cocaine Rehab
In cocaine treatment, you can expect to learn new skills, form healthy relationships, and start the process of leaving cocaine behind as you create the life of your dreams.
What Is Cocaine?
Coming from coca leaves, people in South America used to chew on the leaves for their effects. Today, it is classified as susceptible to misuse but can be prescribed by some eye, ear, and throat doctors. When used illegally, cocaine might be mixed with talcum powder, baking soda, or cornstarch to make the product last longer and increase profit. Cocaine is often injected, smoked, or snorted.
Dangers of Cocaine Use Disorder
There are many dangers to using cocaine. It can cause symptoms such as restlessness, vertigo, and lung damage.
How Common Is Cocaine Use Disorder?
In the United States, 4.8 million people over 12 have tried cocaine at least once. The National Institute of Health says that 1 in 16 who have tried cocaine once will become dependent on cocaine within a year.
Who Is at Risk for a Cocaine Addiction?
Developing a cocaine addiction can depend on numerous factors. The biggest factors include environmental and social aspects of your life. If you spend time with people who are also participating in cocaine use, you are more likely also to use cocaine because that is what everyone else is doing. Those who have depression and anxiety might be more likely to use cocaine.
How Is a Cocaine Addiction Diagnosed?
To be diagnosed with a cocaine use disorder, you might have to take a drug test. This test does not necessarily prove that you have a cocaine use disorder, but it can indicate the presence of cocaine in your system. You need a medical professional, such as a psychiatrist or licensed counselor, to evaluate and assess if and how cocaine impacts your daily life.
Get Treatment for Cocaine Addiction at Superior Behavioral Health Today
At Superior Behavioral Health, we create treatment plans that allow you to reach your dreams for the future. We accept Medicaid and Medicare and offer same-day appointments so that you can get started on your recovery. For more information call us at 216-435-1110.
FAQs About Cocaine Treatment
Where does cocaine come from?
Cocaine comes from coca leaves.
Can you overcome cocaine addiction without rehab?
It is possible to overcome cocaine use alone, but it is difficult (and sometimes dangerous) without assistance. Superior Behavioral accepts Medicaid and Medicare, if you have financial concerns with your recovery.