Topsail Addiction Treatment

Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine Addiction Rehab Specialists in Massachusetts

Topsail is a specialist provider of intensive outpatient program solutions for cocaine addiction. Programs take place at our addiction treatment center in Massachusetts. This welcoming cocaine rehab center gives patients the ideal place for their recovery journey. After a non-judgmental initial consultation, we are able to put together a customized program that best matches the needs and requirements of each specific individual.

With an a full day program, half day or weekly, there’s no need for an addict to remove themselves entirely from their day-to-day lives. While they still need to attend our cocaine addiction treatment center multiple times a week, they can still maintain their family, work, or school obligations. This balance ensures people are able to receive the treatment they need, all while being able to live at home. The latter can help in ensuring a supportive environment is maintained.

As for the cocaine addiction treatment program itself, this includes a combination of treatment solutions. Therapy sessions, support programs, group education, life coaching, and medication management services are all part of the process. Our highly-trained medical professionals consider each person’s cocaine addiction and circumstances, and use this to put together a treatment program which best aids their recovery process.


Overview of Topsail's Cocaine Treatment Programs

Full-Day treatment programs, sometimes called “partial hospitalization programs” or “PHP,” is the highest level of drug and alcohol treatment in an outpatient setting. Consisting of 5 to 6-hour sessions 5 days a week, the intensive Day program at Topsail Addiction Treatment has been created to help patients with significant addiction, and substance abuse issues. It is well suited for individuals who are either beginning their rehab journey or as a transition for people who have recently completed inpatient addiction treatment (PHP is usually the next step after detox and/or residential treatment is complete).

An intensive outpatient program, or IOP, is an immersive treatment program that helps individuals with substance abuse and addiction or alcohol problems while they live at home. IOPs are programs designed so the patient can live in their own residence or a sober living home and take part in an immersive program of continuing treatment at the facility

Weekly Outpatient addiction treatment (OP) tends to be more flexible and less restrictive than inpatient programs. Outpatient recovery programs usually require a specific number of hours and days per week spent visiting a local treatment center.

During these treatment sessions, patients will focus on drug abuse education, individual and group counseling, and learning coping strategies for living with addiction.  Outpatient alcohol rehab can be an excellent standalone option or part of a long-term treatment program. Outpatient addiction treatment can last three to six months — something similar to inpatient treatment — or for longer if required.

What is a Cocaine Addiction?

Cocaine addiction is a complex dependence on the stimulant drug of the same name. Cocaine abuse is characterized by an intense craving for the drug, where cocaine use is seen as compulsory by users. This addiction can take hold quickly and have devastating effects on an individual’s life.

This is due to the structure of cocaine. This drug is a powerful central nervous system stimulant that increases levels of dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with pleasure and reward in the brain. This surge to the dopamine receptors initially causes a short-lived but intense high, one marked by feelings of euphoria, increased energy, and heightened alertness.

These points explain why cocaine is one of the most popular – and highly addictive – illegal substances. However, cocaine drug abuse, where it is consumed on a repeated basis, is disruptive to the brain’s natural reward system. The result: this leads to tolerance, the need for increasingly larger doses of cocaine to achieve the same high. This can quickly escalate to addiction, where an individual feels unable to function without continually feeding their cocaine addiction.

The psychological aspect of cocaine substance abuse is highlighted by an overpowering desire to use cocaine, even when the individual is fully aware of its adverse effects. Personal, professional, and social responsibilities can often by neglected by addicts, with their attention more focused on spending considerable time and resources obtaining and using cocaine.

Physically, an addict can experience withdrawal symptoms such as fatigue, depression, increased appetite, insomnia, and restlessness when they stop using cocaine, and this makes it challenging to quit. As a result, cocaine addiction requires a comprehensive treatment approach. This includes medical intervention, counseling, and support groups – all of which can be found with TOPSAIL.

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