Cocaine Addiction Treatment
Cocaine can never be used safely. Those who use cocaine repeatedly are not only at risk of addiction, but a host of other serious, long-term health-related complications. Repeated cocaine use leads to mental, emotional and physical damage. If not adequately and promptly treated, cocaine addiction will undeniably lead to permanent issues. Those who are addicted to cocaine must undergo a multi-phase recovery process in order to successfully overcome the mental and physical dependency. This process includes medically monitored detox, where a cocaine addict will safely undergo symptoms of withdrawal, treatment at an inpatient drug rehab, and ongoing aftercare. At Princeton Detox & Recovery Center, we help those who have been abusing cocaine along every step of the way. Our detox facility is geared towards treating the symptoms of withdrawal in a safe and supportive environment until physical stabilization is achieved. Once a patient has been deemed fit to transition into a drug rehab program, he or she will move immediately to inpatient. We make sure that the transition is easy and seamless, and that every individual patient is lined up with a cocaine treatment center that best suits his or her needs before the detox process has concluded. Transitioning from detox straight to inpatient rehab reduces the risk of relapse significantly. Once a patient has completed inpatient treatment (the length of the stay will vary depending on the severity of the addiction) he or she will move on to aftercare, which typically consists of sober living and continued therapy at an intensive outpatient program. At Princeton Detox and Recovery Center, we are dedicated to helping each and every one of our residents from the start of their recovery journey through their first several years of sobriety. We even offer alumni programs to those who have graduated from our treatment program and are looking for ongoing support and encouragement.