Our cocaine addiction treatment program is not a 12-step program. Instead, we provide meaningful support for mental and physical health to facilitate long-term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Ranch Creek Recovery Center offers both inpatient and outpatient treatment for cocaine addiction. Both treatment types include individual therapy sessions, family therapy sessions, experiential therapy, process groups and other forms of ongoing support for lifelong recovery.
Detox Services for Cocaine Addiction
Ranch Creek Recovery specializes in a subacute holistic detox therapeutic process for cocaine addiction treatment. Treatment plans at this stage include supervision by health care professionals as you have an increased risk of respiratory distress, cardiac arrest and other serious health problems while detoxing from cocaine and other substances. They also provide medication management to help ease the withdrawal symptoms and prevent complications. The detox services portion of cocaine addiction treatment typically lasts for about seven days.
Inpatient Cocaine Addiction Treatment Center
When you or a family member enters residential treatment at our rehab center in California, a professional treatment specialist will help develop an addiction recovery plan. You’ll explore the underlying reasons you may have abused cocaine and learn strategies to maintain sobriety. Our holistic approach combines various types of treatment designed for recovery when a person abuses cocaine. We guide our clients as they set and work toward treatment goals and prepare to lead sober lives.
Experienced counselors and psychologists lead our individual therapy and group therapy sessions. You’ll also attend therapy sessions with your family members, which will help them learn more about cocaine addiction and support you as you continue to abstain from cocaine use.
Our recovery center uses both dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) as appropriate during drug abuse treatment. CBT involves replacing harmful patterns of thinking that contribute to substance use with productive, healthy thought patterns and coping skills. DBT is a type of talk therapy designed to help individuals handle overwhelming emotions. It can effectively treat not only cocaine abuse but also mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, bulimia, binge-eating disorder, PTSD, self-harm and borderline personality disorder (BPD).
At our California cocaine addiction treatment center, you’ll also take part in therapies that teach skills for relapse prevention and healthy relationships. In addition to our family program, we offer acupuncture, equine (horse) therapy, sound healing meditation and yoga. All individuals in the addiction treatment program also attend regular sessions with a certified personal trainer and enjoy fresh, nutritious meals with a menu created by behavioral therapists.
People who attend inpatient treatment may transition to a sober housing environment. This type of residential setting with like-minded individuals may help with relapse prevention, but it’s important to research your options before committing to sober housing since most states don’t license these facilities.
Outpatient Cocaine Addiction Treatment in California
Cocaine users can maintain work and home responsibilities while attending addiction treatment. We also have virtual cocaine rehab so you can seek help for addiction and mental health from the comfort and privacy of your home. Outpatient cocaine addiction treatment offered at Ranch Creek Recovery meets three days a week in your choice of morning or evening sessions.
Cocaine users in the outpatient rehab will still attend group therapy to build meaningful relationships with others in the recovery center. In addition to group therapy opportunities, individual and family sessions take place in this cocaine rehab program. Most people attend for about 10 weeks and participate in an aftercare program to help them maintain sobriety.
Group therapy sessions can provide ongoing support during recovery. Our professional counselors can help with referrals to appropriate local groups, such as chapters of Narcotics Anonymous; Smart Recovery, a non-faith-based addiction support group; and Double Trouble in Recovery, a group specifically for people who have mental illness along with substance use disorder.