Ideally, drug rehabilitation should seek to achieve two things above all else: to end a person’s drug dependency and to shift to a positive lifestyle. With such a tight focus on emphasizing quitting drugs, it can be easy to lose sight of some of the cocaine abuse treatment benefits that aren’t as readily apparent.
The act of starting treatment for cocaine abuse is the hardest part, but that means it only gets easier. Our partial hospitalization program (PHP) serves as an easily accessible, unobtrusive way to begin your recovery path. Overcoming a cocaine addiction is the hardest when you're alone. Therefore, allow us to get you started on our PHP-based cocaine abuse treatment. Call [Direct] and receive additional and supplementary care through our partial hospitalization program at Aftermath Addiction Treatment.
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The majority of people who abuse drugs began from a place of dissatisfaction, internal or external. When they began to take drugs, they would feel as if a burden may have been lifted. Over time, though, the reasons for using can eventually start to melt into an unclear past. Cocaine abuse treatment can allow one to step back and analyze what underlying causes contributed to their current situation and ways to meaningfully and permanently redress them.
Cocaine addiction takes a serious toll on perception, and a common regret among former drug users is missing out on important moments due to impairment. It may feel like using drugs might accelerate or improve one’s living experience, but this notion is only true for a short time.
Cocaine, or other hard drugs, can severely impact one’s ability to form and maintain meaningful relationships. Whether it’s with friends, parents, co-workers, or a partner, the emotional and social volatility that comes with cocaine use makes sustaining relationships a strenuous process for both parties. During treatment, patients are able to revise their approach to relationships and begin work on mending broken bridges.
Depending on the severity or duration of the patient’s addiction, it can be difficult to picture a life without drugs. That being said, those who have been sober for over a year consistently report that their quality of life has improved. The money previously used for buying drugs is now free to allocate toward savings, groceries, clothes — anything, really. Their moods have stabilized, and their relationships have been mended.
At Aftermath Addiction Treatment, we offer evidence-based therapies to help individuals overcome their cocaine addiction. We incorporate several levels of care into our process, but our method revolves around our partial hospitalization program (PHP). The PHP includes group therapy, medication management, and relapse prevention measures to ensure long-term sustainability for our former patients.
After the PHP, we encourage a follow-up through the intensive outpatient program (IOP) to ease back into normal living. Both the PHP and IOP routes are available online, so no matter your schedule, there’s room for you here at Aftermath Addiction Treatment. Those who begin treatment will receive specialized care from our team of experts. Each member has a personal understanding of the damage drug addiction can do, and helping patients achieve positive results is more than just our job — it’s our passion. Call us today at [Direct] to begin your recovery journey.