Maybe you’ve been down this road before. Ready to seek help for your cocaine addiction, but terrified you’ll fail. Petrified you can’t live without cocaine. We’re here to tell you that you can live a life without cocaine and it’s a life worth living. Let us help you recover from cocaine addiction.
At our facility, our focus is treating you as a whole person. We want to work through your addiction together. We want to get to know you and your loved ones so we can help you determine your treatment goals. We work hard to know you as a unique person so your treatment is tailored to your needs, your co-occurring problems, and any underlying issues. At our treatment facility near Atlanta, Georgia, we strive to do right by each and every individual who enters our doors.
Cocaine is a powerful and addictive stimulant leaving us feeling as though we’re on top of the world one moment and lower than low the next. The high highs and low lows of cocaine can exhaust you, leaving you wondering how you’re going to make it through the next minute. Cocaine abuse and addiction can impact every part of your life, leaving you alone, buried in legal and financial woes, unsure how to fix your life. At our facility, we understand cocaine addiction has affected you and we aim to loosen the hold cocaine has over you.
Cocaine abuse often occurs with other mental illnesses and problems most likely buried for many years. We want to peel back these layers and address each problem together. With the strength you will receive from our staff and others facing similar addictions, we work determinedly to help you feel safe and supported during your recovery. It’s time to make a change. Let Riverwoods help you make that change.
Why You Should Consider Treatment at Riverwoods near Atlanta, GA
You probably have an idea of what a cocaine addiction treatment facility looks like. Maybe this has stopped you from seeking treatment in the past, but rest assured Riverwoods understands your fears and we’re prepared to help you make the transition as smooth as possible.
At our facility, we’re committed to providing you a full range of treatment options for your cocaine addiction. We know you’re more than just your addiction, you’re a real person with real feelings. We are anxious to get to know you so that we can provide you with the best possible plan of treatment. You will be a central part of your treatment team and help guide us toward an effective treatment process.
We know there are many factors that have brought you to this point. Our team of professionals will work to unearth the reasons behind your addiction, the toll the addiction has taken on your personal life, and any co-occurring disorders contributing to your addiction.
Our treatment team is composed of psychiatrists, physicians, licensed clinicians, nurses, technicians, therapists, and other staff there to provide you with the most comprehensive and up-to-date therapies available. We believe in using scientifically-validated treatments along with experiential therapies when treating substance addiction.
We know no one can face addition alone so we work diligently to support you and your family while gaining understanding about your addiction so you can return to your life and community. We’re happy to help you and your family find local and community resources that are available for your continued recovery.
Treatment at a hospital for cocaine addiction has been shown to be one of the most effective ways to manage addiction. Our dedicated staff will be there for you as you work through your problems head-on, set treatment goals, and work together to create a seamless aftercare plan.
Program Philosophy and Benefits
We are highly committed to treating the whole person using a variety of proven therapeutic techniques that we will put in place after we have devised a personalized treatment plan allowing you to thrive. We know treatment for addiction isn’t a cookie-cutter approach, which is why we encourage you to share as much of yourself with us as possible. We want to know the person behind the addiction. Encouraging you to work with your already-existing strengths and help you build a future you want to live.
Types of Therapy We Use To Treat Cocaine Addiction
At our facility, we use a number of different types of treatment to address your cocaine addiction and the problems it has caused you. If you are addicted to cocaine, it is likely that you will first enter into our cocaine detoxification program to remove the cocaine from your system before we begin treatment. Drug detoxification includes the following steps:
1) Evaluation – during the evaluation process, we will determine the types of drugs in your system (cocaine is often mixed with other substances) to better tailor your detox to your needs. During the evaluation, we will begin to unearth co-occurring disorders, related medical conditions, in addition to other behavioral or mental health problems.
2) Stabilization – during stabilization, we will guide you through the detoxification process, often using medications to minimize drug withdrawal symptoms so that you can rid your body of cocaine with the least amount of discomfort. We will explain everything that is happening before it happens so there are no surprises.
3) Guidance on treatment – during the last stage of detox the drugs in your system will have been removed but you are not done yet. It is now time to enter into our cocaine addiction treatment facility to continue to focus on your recovery and continued sobriety.
After your successful detox, it’s time to join your treatment team and set goals for your continued treatment. Our medical staff will continue to monitor and care for any underlying medical issues that may have been caused by your addiction. Your plan of care will be developed around the 12-step model for addiction and include a wide variety of treatments.
Common treatment plans include a combination of medications and therapies tailored to your specific needs. Medication and medical monitoring may be used short-term to manage symptoms or long-term to treat any underlying co-occurring mental health issues. After you’ve learned more appropriate ways of coping with stresses while under the close supervision of your treatment team, you may be able to taper down your medications.
In addition to detox and medication management, there are a number of other therapeutic processes we use at our hospital to help treat your cocaine addiction. Some of these therapies include:
Individual therapy is tightly focused around the problems cocaine abuse has caused you while exploring the reasons behind your addiction. Individualized therapy may include mending problems with friends and family, problem-solving to help get you on the path to recovery, and identifying any co-occurring mental illnesses you may have.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is often used to identify problems in the way you think while helping you to challenge the way you think to allow for more constructive thoughts. CBT allows for greater insight and recovery.
Strengths-based therapy focuses on the inherent skills and strengths you already have. By building from these strengths it allows for the development of greater confidence and problem-solving abilities. We don’t focus on the problem, rather, we strive to empower you as the one person who is able to change your life.
While you’re at our cocaine addiction treatment facility, you will likely join one of our many group therapies, which are a mixture of process-based and psycho-educational groups. Process-based groups focus on a common theme, such as addiction, and allow you to connect with others facing addiction. Psycho-educational groups are designed to teach a group of people about a specific topic, such as medications. Other groups will focus on stress management and prevention of relapse.
In addition to standard therapies to address alcoholism, we offer a wide variety of experiential programs. This include:
- Art Therapy
- Music Therapy
- Recreational Programming
- Expressive Therapy
- Nutrition and Wellness Therapy
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At our facility, we believe you have the key necessary for changing your future. We can hardly wait to see what you do next.
Continuing Care – What Comes Next?
When it’s been decided you no longer need the level of care and structure of a hospital setting, you will work closely with your treatment team to create an appropriate aftercare plan. If you don’t feel ready to leave a hospital setting, you may find a residential facility to be the right fit.
In the event you still would like more structure in your recovery, you may opt to join an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) or a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). The types of programs, as well as the days a week and hours each day you will meet, do differ on the location, but many find this to be an acceptable step-down from a hospital setting.
If you feel you’ve made enough progress during your stay with us that you’re ready to discharge home, we will work with local providers to set you up with a new psychiatrist as well as community resources so you have the right support during your transition home.
If you or someone you love is suffering from a cocaine addiction, call our addiction specialists at our treatment facility near Atlanta, Georgia today. We can help you find the most appropriate treatment.