The Boca Recovery Center team in New Jersey has extensive experience in helping people get sober after chronic drug use, including cocaine abuse. Heal your body and mind with the right treatment in a beautiful location close to the Jersey Shore.
Cocaine is a versatile drug that can be smoked, snorted, or injected. No matter how you use it, the drug causes a buildup of the brain chemical dopamine. The high is immediate, and the damage is significant. With professional treatment from Boca Recovery Center, you can achieve your ultimate goal of lifelong sobriety.
Cocaine is powerful, and quitting the drug isn’t easy, especially if you try to do so alone. Entering Boca Recovery Center in New Jersey is the best way to help you get sober safely and successfully.
Many cocaine dealers mix their doses with substances like amphetamines and opioids. You may never know you’re hooked on other substances until you try overcoming cocaine addiction on your own. A cocaine addiction treatment program at Boca Recovery Center can make a big difference in your long term recovery.
Your treatment team will watch your cocaine withdrawal symptoms, offer the appropriate medications, and monitor your progress. When you’re feeling stronger, it’s time to access a completely different type of care at Boca Recovery Center.
The cocaine rehab program at Boca Recovery Center in New Jersey is science-based, compassionate, and comfortable. You’ll get the help you need in an environment you’ll never forget under the clinical expertise of our staff.
Many people with cocaine addiction enter treatment with malnourishment, as the drug reduces appetite. At our cocaine addiction treatment center, you’ll be provided with gourmet meals, plenty of fluids, and customized meal plans. These will help heal your body while your mind adjusts to sobriety.
You’ll spend every day in therapy, working with an expert on understanding your cocaine addiction. Tools like cognitive behavioral therapy can help you break down triggers and build sobriety skills that will help you lead a healthy life. Support group meetings will help you connect with peers and develop healthy relationships. And education will help you understand how to build a safer life once treatment is complete.