Landmark Recovery of Denver offers a cocaine detox program that can safely guide you through withdrawal. Our experienced clinical specialists provide 24/7 care and will promptly treat any health concerns that may arise during your cocaine detox. We also provide medications such as buprenorphine to help reduce intense cravings and to manage cocaine withdrawal symptoms such as agitation, anxiety, drowsiness, and fatigue. 1
In 2019, Colorado had the highest rate of cocaine use in the nation. 2 In 2016, drugs including cocaine, opioids, and meth were responsible for the death of 912 Colorado residents, claiming more lives than car crashes or the flu. 3 More recently, the total overdose deaths in Colorado (from heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine combined) totaled 1,223. This number was a 20% increase from 2019, according to the state health department and is projected to keep rising. 4
People who develop a dependence on cocaine will go through withdrawal when they quit using the drug. Because cocaine is such a fast-acting drug, most individuals quickly crash and begin experiencing withdrawal symptoms within a few hours of their last dose. 5 Unlike the severe physical symptoms that are experienced during withdrawal from other drugs like alcohol and opioids, the symptoms of cocaine withdrawal are predominantly psychological and include: 6
Getting through cocaine detox can be a grueling process, and if withdrawal is not properly handled can result in a much higher risk of relapse. Some cocaine withdrawal symptoms like severe depression and mood swings also can lead to suicidal thoughts and actions. 7 Due to these significant risks, we highly recommend doing so under medical supervision at a professional cocaine detox center.
Landmark Recovery of Denver’s detox center exists to provide a safe environment for managing the symptoms of cocaine withdrawal. Removing all traces of cocaine from your system, our team also provides around-the-clock care and medication-assisted detox to safely manage the side effects. But this is the first step in recovery; we also offer ongoing treatment for the best chance at achieving long-term sobriety.
Once cocaine detox is completed and you are stabilized, you will be ready to enter the therapy phase of recovery. Landmark Recovery of Denver’s personalized and effective cocaine treatment combines individual and group counseling with proven behavioral therapies. We do this to help our patients identify the underlying causes of their cocaine addiction and develop the positive thought patterns needed to prevent relapse and maintain long-lasting sobriety. 8
You also will have access to our alumni network once you complete your program. Some of the features that make our alumni program one the strongest around include our written discharge plan, personal recovery coaches, and our 12 step and SMART Recovery meetings.
Have you reached your breaking point with cocaine addiction? Do you want your life back? Wherever you are in your journey, Landmark Recovery of Denver is ready to help you reach sobriety and treat the underlying causes of your addiction. Speak with one of our recovery specialists at (720) 702-9994 today and take the next step towards achieving lasting recovery.
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1) Las Vegas Review-Journal. (2018). Nevada’s death rate from meth, other stimulants highest in nation.https://www.reviewjournal.com/life/health/nevadas-death-rate-from-meth-other-stimulants-highest-in-nation/
2) Drug Rehab Services (2021). Cocaine Treatment in Colorado.https://www.addicted.org/colorado-cocaine-treatment.html
3) Colorado Heatlh Institute (2019). Drug Overdose Deaths in Colorado Increase.https://www.coloradohealthinstitute.org/research/death-drugs
4) The Colorado Sun (2021). Fentanyl overdoses are surging in Colorado as the powerful opioid is disguised as other drugs.https://coloradosun.com/2021/02/04/colorado-fentanyl-overdoses/
5) DEA (2021). Cocaine.https://www.dea.gov/factsheets/cocaine
6) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2015). Treatment Improvement Protocol 45: Detoxification and Substance Abuse Treatment.https://store.samhsa.gov/product/TIP-45-Detoxification-and-Substance-Abuse-Treatment/SMA15-4131
7) American Addiction Centers (2021). What Are The Symptoms of Cocaine Withdrawal?https://americanaddictioncenters.org/cocaine-treatment/withdrawal
8) National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2016). Cocaine Research Report: How is cocaine addiction treated?https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/research-reports/cocaine/what-treatments-are-effective-cocaine-abusers