My Loved One Needs Help with Cocaine Addiction
The moment your loved one starts abusing cocaine is the moment they need help. Whether they consider themselves “casual users” or are in full-blown dependency, they’re leaving themselves open to serious health and lifestyle risks. Recovery Unplugged is ready to work with you to help your loved one leave cocaine behind for good.
Cocaine Abuse Is Everyone’s Problem
Although opioids and prescriptions have dominated the addiction conversation, cocaine continues to be one of the leading substance abuse issues facing the United States.
The number of people who died from a cocaine overdose in 2020.
The number of Americans who used cocaine in the past year.
The number of Americans that meet the criteria for cocaine use disorder.
Your loved one doesn’t have to be a statistic. Let us help you get them the care they need.
Cocaine Addiction Treatment at Recovery Unplugged
If someone you care about is struggling with cocaine abuse or addiction, they need comprehensive care that addresses the brain and body. Recovery Unplugged offers a full menu of treatment resources:
- Sober Living Resources
- Case Management Services
- Bring Your Pet to Treatment
- LGBTQ+-Friendly Care
- Most Insurances Accepted
- Drug Court Assistance
- Intervention Resources
No matter what cocaine has cost you, we’re ready to help you start taking it back.
Don't be another statistic
Recovery Unplugged is here to help you or your loved one take their life back.
How Can I Tell My Loved One Needs cocaine Treatment?
Cocaine has unfortunately gotten a reputation as a harmless “party drug” that can be used casually with little or no consequences. Although this is not the case, this perception has caused friends and family members to think twice about stepping in when they know their loved one is using.
Below are some of the main signs of cocaine abuse and addiction:
- Extreme Happiness and Bursts of Energy
- Sensitivity to Sight, Sound, and Touch
- Aggression and Irritability
- Paranoia and Extreme Anxiety
- Dilated Pupils
- Decreased Appetite and Extreme Weight Loss
- Restlessness and Trouble Sleeping
- Isolation from Family and Friends for Long Periods
- Professional, Familial, and Legal Issues
- Graduation to Other Drugs (Heroin, Prescriptions, etc.)
If someone you care about is showing these signs, and you know they’re using cocaine, the time to act is now.
Let’s Work Together: Recovery Unplugged Intervention Services
The unfortunate reality is that people struggling with addiction often don’t seek help on their own, and it’s up to friends and family members to intervene, but where do you start? Recovery Unplugged provides intervention resources to guide your addicted loved one toward treatment.
Our interventionists offer experienced guidance in conflict resolution, as well as an objective voice of moderation during the process. We will help you coordinate meeting details and work with you to get the most out of the intervention.
We’re Ready When You Are?
Cocaine addiction doesn’t have to destroy your loved one’s life or your relationship with them. Our representatives are standing by 24-7 to help you get them into treatment so they can reclaim their health, dignity, and quality of life. If you’re worried about paying for their treatment, Recovery Unplugged is in-network with most major insurance companies. Contact us now so we can help you make a plan.