Cocaine is a powerful stimulant that induces a short-lived "high", meaning frequent use is needed to maintain its euphoric effects. Repeat use over a short period risks the development of chemical tolerance, contributes to cravings, and paves the way for addiction.
Our substance use clinic in Miami offers you a luxury location and innovative treatment program where you can learn how to function without stimulants, helping you address the root of your addiction and prevent the risk of future relapse.
Despite being illegal, cocaine is readily accessible and is commonly used in the party scene. It can be difficult to identify whether someone has a cocaine addiction, as signs and symptoms will differ from person to person. However, there are some key signs to keep watch for, including:
Acting with increased urgency, impulsivity, energy
Engaging in dangerous or risky behaviors due to cocaine use
Continuing to abuse cocaine despite negative consequences to one’s life
Social isolation - withdrawing from loved ones
Losing interest in one's loved hobbies or activities
Spending time attempting to acquire, use and recover from cocaine use
Financial difficulties due to cocaine
While the signs vary, the most common identifier is the inability to stop using cocaine despite the obvious harm it is causing. Another indicator is, if you attempt to stop using cocaine, you experience withdrawal symptoms and strong cravings– a key indicator of an addiction. If you are worried about your or a loved one’s cocaine use, then contact us today at (786) 559-0623 to discuss how we can help you live a happy and healthy sober lifestyle.
The length of cocaine rehab can vary and is adjusted to accommodate treatment and care at a level that is necessary for you. Our Partial Hospitalization Program is typically 30 days consisting of highly structured days. Our Intensive Outpatient Program can last between 4-6 weeks, depending on individual needs.
Inpatient programs are often recommended for pregnant women to ensure medically supervised guidance, monitoring, and support are provided. If you or someone you know is seeking treatment when pregnant, call us to discuss options further.
At Vita Recovery, we aim to make addiction recovery treatments available to as many people as possible. We work with many major health insurance providers. Although all insurance policies are different, most private insurances provide coverage for a set period.
Vita Recovery works with most private insurances and accepts self paying clients. Don’t hesitate to contact our team today to discuss treatment, out of network coverage, and potential payment plans.
Yes. Cocaine addiction treatment can be carried out on an inpatient or outpatient basis. However, treatment plans will be created according to the individual medical, psychological, and emotional needs of patients.
MAT involves the use of prescription medications alongside therapy to help individuals stop drug use.
The initial detoxification period can prove difficult as you may experience adverse physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms. However, a medical detox allows you a safe and comfortable space overlooked by medical professionals to meet your every need.
Cocaine is a stimulant derived from the leaves of the coca plant, native to South America. The drug works by acting on the central nervous system to create an intense but short-lived ‘high’ characterized by euphoria, increased energy, and confidence.