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Page clinically reviewed by Dee Johnson (Mbacp, MNCS), Addiction Therapist at Priory Hospital Chelmsford in March 2024.

Cocaine is highly addictive; using it just once can quickly turn into a pattern of misuse, which can lead to a cocaine addiction and leave you in need of help and support for your addiction.

Addiction to cocaine or other drugs can be damaging to your life and the lives of those around you. However, it's nothing to be ashamed of. The reasons people become addicted are complicated, but with proper professional care through treatment for cocaine addiction, you can end your dependence on cocaine, and resume your pursuit of a happier and healthier life.

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Priory is currently offering 10% off private self-pay addiction inpatient treatment, for admissions until 31st August inclusive. Get a free initial assessment with a therapist, to help you take the first step towards recovery. Call us on 0330 056 6023 to find out more. T&Cs apply.

What is cocaine addiction treatment?

The first step on the road to recovery is accepting that you have a cocaine addiction problem. Once you've taken this step, you can seek treatment for your addiction.

Cocaine addiction treatment is designed to help you, or someone you love, stop using cocaine. At Priory, our specialists will encourage you to identify your drug dependency, and then help to remedy these problems. Addiction therapy and workshops will help you to build your self-esteem, learn self-care and develop healthy coping strategies. We'll also help you to identify any underlying causes or triggers for your cocaine misuse. When you're undergoing treatment for cocaine addiction, you'll be treated by experienced professionals who can offer comprehensive care, providing treatment that best aligns with your needs and goals.

How do I know if I need cocaine addiction help?

Cocaine and substance addiction is often characterised by changes in behaviour which can affect your relationships both at home and at work. Sourcing the drug can become more important than spending time with loved ones, or pursuing activities you previously enjoyed.

Some of the behavioural signs of cocaine addiction to look out for include:

  • Rapid talking during conversations
  • Finding that you have to take more and more of the drug to feel the desired effect
  • Acting impulsively or with increased energy
  • Poor decision-making capabilities

Cocaine addiction can have a devastating impact on all aspects of your life. In addition to causing significant physical and psychological harm, continued cocaine misuse can undermine your ability to maintain healthy relationships, make appropriate academic progress, get and keep a job, establish financial independence, and otherwise participate in a productive and satisfying lifestyle.

Professional treatment can help you to heal from any harm that's resulted from your cocaine misuse, and can empower you to avoid future damage.

If you, or someone you know, is experiencing these symptoms, it might be time to consult with a specialist and seek treatment for addiction. It can be difficult trying to stop taking cocaine without any support, but with the right treatment, you can learn how to stop taking cocaine and live a happy and healthy life.

Crack cocaine addiction

Crack cocaine, also referred to as simply ‘crack’, is the crystallised form of cocaine. This drug is heated and smoked, and its name is taken from the cracking or popping noise it makes when it's exposed to heat. The onset of euphoria is much more rapid in crack cocaine when compared to the powder form of the drug, but the effects often peak quickly and stop after only a few minutes. This accelerated cycle of abuse causes crack cocaine addiction and tolerance to build rapidly.

Treatment for crack cocaine addiction is also available at Priory and follows the same structure of cocaine addiction treatment, including a crack cocaine detox process and therapy.

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We offer a free addiction assessment for you to discuss your challenges with one of our experts, supporting you to start your recovery. Speak to a specialist:

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How does cocaine addiction treatment work?

At Priory, we offer flexible rehabilitation and addiction detox options, available in a location that's convenient for you.

Treatment for cocaine addiction usually take place as part of our 28-day addiction treatment programme. Depending on your specific needs and goals, your cocaine addiction treatment may include a combination of a cocaine detox programme, residential rehabilitation at one of our cocaine rehabilitation centres, and different types of therapy, including individual and group therapy. Day care therapy and outpatient therapy may also be options for cocaine addiction treatment depending on the severity of your cocaine addiction.

Our highly experienced addiction specialists and nursing staff will be there to support you every step of the way in your addiction recovery. You'll work in collaboration with our teams, who have been selected both for their clinical expertise and for their commitment to compassionate care.

The types of treatment that you receive will depend upon a variety of factors, including your needs and goals, your progress to date, the presence of any co-occurring mental health issues, and the level at which you're currently receiving care.

At Priory, the ultimate goal of cocaine addiction treatment is to support you to become abstinent and addiction-free.

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Our free addiction assessment explained

Priory is currently offering 10% off private self-pay addiction inpatient treatment, for admissions until 31st August inclusive.

Get a free initial assessment with a therapist, to help you take the first step towards recovery. T&Cs apply.

  • Work with world-class addiction specialists
  • Network of rehabilitation centres nationwide
  • Range of therapeutic techniques used, including equine therapy

Patrick, a former patient at Priory, openly talks about his addiction recovery

After battling with a cocaine and alcohol addiction, Patrick made the decision to seek treatment at Priory and take back control of his life. 

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Cocaine withdrawal

Withdrawing from cocaine can have many effects on the body. The intensity and length of the withdrawal process will depend on how much of the drug you've taken, and how long you've been taking it. These factors also impact on how long cocaine can stay in the body.

Cocaine withdrawal can be uncomfortable and could be dangerous. Some cocaine withdrawal symptoms can be severe, especially if cocaine use has been heavy and chaotic. Cravings for cocaine can also be intense when you're detoxing from the drug, making it all the more difficult.

Detoxing from cocaine safely is very important and accessing a residential detoxification process, where you are medically supervised, can ensure the detoxification process remains as safe as possible. At Priory, the drug detox process typically lasts between 7 and 10 days, although that can vary depending on personal circumstances. All Priory rehabilitation and detox services are carried out in licensed hospitals, with treatment led by consultants who are supported by junior doctors and highly experienced nursing staff. Clinical staff are on-site 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.

For more information on Priory’s leading cocaine addiction treatment, as well as the type and format of the addiction therapy that we can offer, please visit our approach to addiction treatment page.

Cocaine addiction treatment near me

We have cocaine addiction treatment centres located throughout the country, ensuring that you can access the support you need in a location that's convenient for you. To find your nearest cocaine addiction treatment centre, please use the search form below.

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