Cocaine abuse is far more common than people realize. Moreover, it’s exceedingly addictive. Cocaine is the number one drug that sends people to emergency rooms for overdose in the USA. Sober Freedom can get you into a treatment center that specializes in cocaine addiction treatment and ongoing counseling services.
Cocaine Addiction Treatment
If you or a loved one are suffering from cocaine addiction, Sober Freedom can help. The number one reason people turn to Sober Freedom for assistance with cocaine addiction is that we’re there for you every step of the way. We help patients from the beginning to the end of the treatment cycle. We offer a round-the-clock hotline for people suffering from cocaine addiction and dependency. Don’t wait for the problem to get worse, call our hotline any time, day or night, at (323) 270-0657.
We help our patients wade through the complex maze of insurance and/or financing, help them get into treatment, and help them find a sober living environment if they need a safe place to get their life back on track.
Call Sober Freedom today at (323) 270-0657.
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Taking the First Step
Perhaps the hardest step in recovering from cocaine addiction is first accepting that you have dependency issues and reaching out for help. Whether you reach out to family members or friends, a counselor, or a doctor, it’s never easy. Sober Freedom maintains a 24 hour hotline for those in need of help. Even if it’s just to learn more about your options, our consultations are always free of charge. Call (323) 270-0657, you’ll find that our staff are caring, non-judgmental and very well informed about the various treatment options that are available to you.
Reach Out for Help
It’s possible to get clean and sober and start down the path of improving your life today. The best way to do so is to reach out for help. Sober Freedom maintains a hotline that we staff 24 hours a day to answer calls from people suffering from cocaine abuse and addiction. Call us at (323) 270-0657 and we will help you understand how to get in to a qualified treatment program, how we can take care of insurance paperwork for you and how we can help you get to treatment if you don’t have transportation.
Family and Friends of Addicts
If you have a spouse, child, family member or friend that is addicted to cocaine or crack you can call us 24/7 to learn more about how Sober Freedom helps people break the cycle of abuse and live soberly. One of the hardest parts about living with family or friends with cocaine problems is that the person addicted may not perceive the need for treatment. Users may need the loving support and encouragement of family and friends to get them in to a qualified treatment program. Sober Freedom offers a family intervention program if you find it difficult to get your loved one in to treatment on your own.
Signs of Cocaine Abuse
Racing thoughts and rapid speech
Enhanced sense of personal power or abilities
Frequent Nose bleeds
Pronounced Emotional Instability
Irritability and Anxiety
Increased blood pressure
Elevated heart rate
What Are My Payment Options?
No one suffering from cocaine addiction should have to worry about how treatment will be paid for. Treatment is covered by most insurance providers. Paying for a cocaine rehab treatment program typically comes from insurance. If you have insurance, you’ll be surprised to learn that funding for treatment is readily available and usually encouraged. Our staff will contact the insurance provider to determine eligibility. We will work hard to find a way to get you the help you deserve.
No Insurance? No Problem.
Even if you don’t have insurance you still have options. Sober Freedom maintains a financing option for those without insurance and scholarships are also available. Sober Freedom will work with you hand-in-hand to help you find the way to get treatment paid for. For those suffering from cocaine dependency, paying for treatment should be the last thing they should worry about. We will help you get into treatment . Call us at (855) 888-0061 and start living the life you deserve. We’re here to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year..
Whether it’s powder cocaine or crack cocaine, more people are admitted to emergency rooms for overdose on cocaine than any other drug in the US. Why? Because cocaine has serious side effects that can lead to heart attack and stroke. Cocaine elevates heart rate and blood pressure while simultaneously constricting blood flow in the veins. Imagine increasing pressure in a water hose while simultaneously decreasing the width of the hose itself. Eventually the pressure can burst the hose. This leads to heart attack and stroke.It’s also why many people who overdose die.
Some people fail to get treatment because they start out using cocaine as a recreational drug. First they do it at parties. Then they do it by themselves. Perhaps they use it to stay up and complete college coursework or to help them get through grueling hours of work. Eventually, all people that use cocaine grow a tolerance for it. They need more to get the same high they used to feel. This leads to increasing the amount they typically use. This also leads to dependency. It’s difficult for people to admit they have a problem when, in the beginning, they only used the drug for “recreational” purposes.
There are a number of long term side effects of cocaine use. Nosebleeds are common among people that snort cocaine. Frequent use can lead to deterioration of the nasal septum, that is, the delicate cartilage that separates the nostrils from one another. You can also lose your sense of smell. Heart disease may be the number one killer of people in America but did you know that cocaine can cause or exacerbate existing heart disease? Cocaine places a great deal of stress on the heart and veins and the deterioration can lead to heart disease, heart attacks, stroke and death.
For most people that are addicted to cocaine they first need to accept the fact that they have a problem. While in the initial stages of deciding on treatment, the cocaine user typically asks a lot of questions about treatment and this is normal. What will the treatment center be like? Will I have to leave my friends and family? Will my treatment center be in a nice locale or will the staff be nice to me? The best thing about Sober Freedom is that we maintain treatment centers throughout the United States and, as such, we are able to deliver the patient-centered care every person deserves.