Find Support For Crack Cocaine Addiction

Overcoming a crack cocaine addiction without professional treatment & rehab is virtually impossible due to the physical and psychological ramifications that addictions have.

Yet, when treatment is secured via an NHS or private rehab, many go on to secure a long-term recovery.

At Asana Lodge, we provide industry-leading crack cocaine addiction treatment & rehab services to individuals from all walks of life. To find out more about our treatment options and how we can support you, contact us directly today.

Treatment Options for Crack Cocaine

When it comes to securing crack cocaine addiction treatment & rehab, there are various treatment options available. However, the treatment provided will entirely depend on the rehab attended.

As noted above, both NHS and private rehabs cater to crack cocaine addictions and offer treatment to those in need. Though both options ensure that those struggling with crack cocaine addictions have the best chance of recovering, treatment options greatly differ.


NHS Treatment Options
NHS treatment options remain in high demand. Free to take advantage of, NHS crack cocaine addiction treatment & rehab is administered on an outpatient basis and requires less commitment than private rehabilitation.

The treatment usually offered by NHS rehabs include one-to-one therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, and group therapy. NHS rehab treatment also encourages those struggling with crack cocaine addictions to attend support groups, such as Narcotics Anonymous.


Private Treatment Options
Administered on an inpatient basis, private rehab treatment options include detoxification, rehabilitation, psychological therapy, well-being therapy, holistic therapy and aftercare support.

Incorporated into personalised treatment programmes that take an average of 28 days to complete, treatments offered by private rehabs are tailored to the needs of each individual.

Both NHS and private treatment options are extremely beneficial. However, due to the benefits and recovery rates associated with private rehab treatment, this option has become highly favoured in recent years.


Our Crack Cocaine Treatment

At Asana Lodge, we provide private crack cocaine addiction treatment & rehab at our residential centre. Focusing on healing the body and the mind, our treatment options have assisted many in their recovery.

Like other private rehabs, we personalise all of our treatments to suit the needs of those who enter our rehab. Understanding that no one addiction is the same, personalised treatment programmes are imperative if those struggling with addiction are to make a long-term recovery.

Though our treatment programmes are bespoke, it is not uncommon for the following treatments to be encountered at our rehab.

As a dual diagnosis rehab & treatment clinic, our team of specialists can also administer treatment plans to treat the mental impact of crack cocaine addiction and the mental health issues that exist alongside it.


Crack Cocaine Detox

When crack cocaine addiction treatment & rehab is sought, the first stage of treatment is crack cocaine detox. Overseen by our team of medical professionals, detox is medically induced to initiate the withdrawal process.

Withdrawing from crack cocaine supports addiction recovery as it essentially eliminates substances from the brain and body.

Due to its very nature, withdrawing from crack cocaine comes hand-in-hand with withdrawal symptoms such as headaches, nausea, cravings and insomnia. These particular symptoms can last for up to seven days and alleviate naturally.


Rehabilitation For Crack Cocaine Addiction

Upon completing a crack cocaine detox, our clients commence rehabilitation. Rehabilitation is not medically induced. Instead, rehabilitation introduces those in recovery to therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational interviewing and stress management.

Rehabilitation is a long-term solution that acknowledges the cause of addiction and triggers that could hinder an individual’s recovery to ensure that negative thoughts and behaviours can be overcome.

Though traditional therapies such as those noted above are exceptionally beneficial for treating crack cocaine addictions, here at Asana Lodge, we also provide non-traditional treatments and therapies, such as Satori Chari Therapy and Intravenous Brain Restoration (NAD+ Therapy). These therapies essentially encourage cells to regenerate and enable our clients to relax and recuperate from addiction.


Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Crack cocaine addictions can arise from underlying mental health disorders. Addictions can also cause mental health disorders to surface. As a result, we provide dual diagnosis treatment when needed.

Combining addiction treatments with mental health treatments, dual diagnosis treatment simultaneously encourages those in recovery to address their addiction and mental health disorder in one-to-one and group therapy sessions.

Although not everyone will require dual diagnosis treatment when crack cocaine addiction treatment & rehab is secured, a large percentage of people do.

To determine whether you require dual diagnosis treatment, we will conduct a clinical assessment that will evaluate your psychological health as you enter our rehab.

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Irrespective of your personal circumstances, we can provide you with crack cocaine addiction treatment & rehab.

As crack cocaine addictions escalate extremely quickly when professional treatment is not sought, we recommend contacting us as soon as possible to secure crack cocaine addiction treatment & rehab and our residential centre.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is The Difference Between Crack Cocaine and Cocaine?

The main difference between crack cocaine and cocaine is how they are consumed. Crack cocaine can only be smoked. In contrast, cocaine can be snorted, injected and consumed orally.

How Long Does Crack Cocaine Addiction Treatment & Rehab Take?

Crack cocaine addiction treatment & rehab takes between 28 days and 90 days to complete. Though the intense treatment programmes that are administered in a residential rehab see individuals progress through treatment within 28 days, the way an individual responds to treatment will ultimately dictate how long treatment is required.

What Are The Main Signs Associated With Crack Cocaine Addiction?

Each addiction is different, as is the way in which it impacts those struggling. As a result, there are various signs and symptoms associated with crack cocaine addiction. However, signs such as intense cravings, uncontrollable impulses to consume crack cocaine, increased tolerance to crack cocaine and consuming larger quantities of crack cocaine on a frequent basis signal that a crack cocaine addiction is present.


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