At Restored Path Detox, we understand how difficult cocaine withdrawal can be. If you are trying to stop cocaine, you are likely experiencing extreme anxiety, depression, irritability, rage, fatigue, temperature irregularities, and overwhelming cravings.
Restored Path Detox is a place where you can recover quickly and safely.
Many other people, just like you, struggle with cocaine usage. Like them, you may repeatedly return to using cocaine just to make the pain or exhaustion stop. You don’t have to suffer alone. The key to overcoming this cycle is our medically monitored detox program, where your withdrawal symptoms are addressed in a comfortable, supportive environment.
Beyond physical stabilization, detox is a necessary time to plan a path forward in recovery. At Restored Path Detox, we will work with you to put together a plan for long-term sobriety. You are not alone. We are here to help you heal.
While there are currently no medications approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat cocaine withdrawal, your comfort and care are our top priority. We’ve found that over-the-counter pain relievers and safe, non-addictive sleep aids are helpful in treating physical discomfort and insomnia. Because the psychological symptoms of cocaine withdrawal are typically more severe and disruptive, we offer psychiatric services and antipsychotic medications whenever necessary. Behavioral therapy is an essential part of cocaine detox, so we offer individual and group therapy sessions facilitated by a licensed therapist when you are ready.
Medical, mental health, and whole-person assessment
Case management and treatment planning
Individual supportive counseling
Supportive counseling groups
24/7 medical supervision
Continuing care planning
At Restored Path Detox, we walk with you through every stage of early recovery -- from medically monitored detox to thorough and personalized continuing care planning. You likely need to catch up on sleep, and you can do so, uninterrupted, in our well-appointed, private, and semi-private bedrooms. We serve healthy, nutritious meals, and you’ll have 24-hour access to a fully stocked kitchen.
We understand your time is valuable. We know we are generally working with a small window of willingness and can swiftly complete the entire admissions process, starting with a brief pre-assessment over the phone. This information helps our clinical and medical teams determine the severity of the cocaine use disorder and identify which detox methods will be the most effective. We then explore potential coverage options and set a date and time for intake.
Our amenities include:
Comfortable, private, and semi-private rooms
TVs in all rooms
Executive wing with private rooms
Cell phone access is available for executive-level patients, as clinically appropriate
Gourmet meals created by licensed nutritionist
Kitchenette area stocked with snacks
24/7 nursing on all units
ADA-accessible bathrooms with toiletries
Outdoor courtyard and garden area
Inviting, well-lit common spaces
Cocaine is illegal and highly addictive. You’ve likely used cocaine recreationally for its significant short and long-term stimulant effects. It can make you feel alert, awake, friendly, and confident with a reduced appetite and need for sleep.
However, chronic cocaine use can cause severe problems. These might include:
Significant weight loss
Heart and cardiovascular damage
Increased risk of stroke
Permanent nasal passage damage
Restored Path Detox can help. We provide the most comprehensive and individualized program of medically monitored detox available.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, among people aged 12 or older in 2020, 1.9% (or about 5.2 million people) had reported using cocaine within the past 12 months.
Rates of cocaine abuse and dependence have remained relatively stable since 2009.
Men and women 18 to 25 have the highest rates of cocaine use, though this drug also affects members of every demographic.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cocaine-involved death rates rose by 52.4% from 2015 to 2016. Of all the drug overdose deaths in 2017, 19.8% (13,942) involved cocaine.
Physical symptoms include:
Constricted blood vessels
Fast or irregular heartbeat
Elevated body temperature and blood pressure
Tremors and muscle twitches
Chronic runny nose or nose bleeds
Behavioral symptoms include:
Using more cocaine than intended for a more extended time
Continuing to use cocaine despite negative consequences
Losing interest in social and recreational activities
Failing to fulfill responsibilities
Cognitive symptoms include:
Sensitivity to light, sound, and touch
Psychosocial symptoms include:
Isolating from friends and family members
Cocaine withdrawal symptoms include:
Agitation and irritability
General feelings of physical discomfort
Thoughts of suicide
Symptoms of cocaine withdrawal generally begin within the first 12 hours of your last use. Withdrawal symptoms can last between one and two weeks, depending on the severity of the substance abuse disorder.
You, like many others, may mistakenly believe that because stimulant withdrawal is not always life-threatening, detoxing from cocaine can be easily done at home. There are several reasons why medically managed detox is essential, including:
Psychological drug cravings can easily lead to relapse when left untreated
Cocaine use can significantly impact the cardiovascular system, and anyone who has been using stimulants should be monitored for heart problems
There is no reason to sit through the physical and psychological discomfort of cocaine withdrawal alone. Restored Path Detox focuses on your privacy, comfort, and safety. We offer additional services that often mean the difference between relapse and long-term recovery. Our rehab placement and continuing care planning services ensure there is no gap between your medical detox and inpatient addiction treatment.
Call to begin your journey to wellness today.
If you, or someone you love, have been suffering from cocaine addiction, Restored Path Detox can help. We will work alongside you to provide the most comprehensive and individualized medically-monitored detox program available.