As a toxic and potent stimulant, cocaine produces an intense high. Moreover, this creates a false euphoria that intensifies all emotions. This type of intoxication tends to dramatically increase the release of the neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin in the brain. Cocaine and methamphetamine addicts are prone to living a life of risk, often resulting in violence, risky sexual behaviors, or suicide. However, the Cocaine Addiction Treatment Center at Beacon HouseSM is here to help.

Beacon HouseSM helps our residents detoxify quickly and with as little discomfort as possible. Therefore, they may gain the full benefit of counseling and therapy. The Admissions team will arrange a time to meet with our Medical Director to complete a history and physical history of addiction.

Cocaine Addiction Facts & Statistics

Cocaine Addiction Treatment Center at Beacon House.

Cocaine addiction in America is a public health epidemic that destroys individuals and families. From legal and financial troubles to damaging physical effects, millions of people struggle with cocaine abuse.

Specifically, more than 35.3 million Americans report using cocaine regularly. Furthermore, 8.6 million also use crack cocaine. This is the “freebase” form of the drug that is smoked. Among high school students, nearly 10 percent have tried cocaine at some point in their lives. In fact, cocaine regularly leads to nearly 500,000 ER visits per year.

Cocaine Addiction Treatment Center in Northern California

At our Cocaine Addiction Treatment Center, you can reinvent your life. Therapies such as Family Therapy and Experiential Therapy also provide great value during treatment. For example, Experiential Therapy includes the use of outdoor activities, such as golf, during rehab. These “real-life” situations provide the opportunity to hone your coping skills and relapse prevention techniques. In addition, further programs at Beacon HouseSM include:

Depending on the substance in question, we can develop an individual treatment plan for you. Moreover, this plan will address your specific concerns in rehab. With our Cocaine Addiction Treatment Center, you will learn why you abuse cocaine in the first place, before developing new strategies to remain sober in the future.

Contact Beacon House For Help Today

Cocaine is one of the most highly abusive drugs in America today. However, you don’t have to fall victim to addiction for the rest of your life. Join us at our Cocaine Addiction Treatment Center today and overcome substance abuse in your life. Contact us now at 866.416.3873 to learn more about the Rehab Admissions process.