What is Cocaine?
Cocaine is a stimulant narcotic that peaked in the 1980s and early 90s before the opiate/heroin epidemic began. But still today, cocaine is being used and distributed. In 2020, 19,447 people died from a cocaine-related overdose. This number is increasing with the rise in fentanyl-laced narcotics. With the widespread practice of mixing cocaine with opiates like fentanyl, more cocaine addicts are suddenly losing their lives from an overdose. We are seeing a rise in clients who are using crack/cocaine.
How Our Cocaine Rehab in Orange County Can Help
Cocaine is a narcotic with a highly psychological addiction; with a short-lived but intense high, it leaves users needing more and more only minutes after initial use. This effect creates a high potential for becoming addicted even when somebody uses it.
At The Well, using an intensive psychological approach of therapy, group sessions, and education along with medications, we help give our clients the time needed without the substance to reduce cravings and heal from their use.
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Here at The Well Recovery Center we offer specialized solutions at our cocaine treatment program in Orange County. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you begin your journey towards healing and wellness.
Find Recovery Today at Our Cocaine Treatment Center in Orange County, California
The Well Recovery Center works with most major insurance providers to help cover many of the costs associated with treatment at our cocaine rehab program in Orange County. We understand what it’s like to be caught in the chaos of addiction and have been in your shoes.
Contact our caring admissions team 24/7 to learn more about our rehab program and how we can help you or a loved one begin the journey to long-term sustainable recovery today.