Cocaine is an illegal stimulant drug that is both widely used and highly addictive and requires cocaine treatment. Additionally, cocaine is classified as a Schedule II chemical substance by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. This means that it can be administered by a licensed professional for legitimate medical reasons but has a high potential for abuse. Cocaine and crack are highly addictive drugs that work by flooding the central nervous system with the reward chemical dopamine. The effects of cocaine administration last only a short time. Cocaine Treatment can be helpful for those in the early stages of recovery. 

Cocaine use is extremely dangerous due to the fact that this drug is commonly used while binging. For this reason, cocaine has an extremely high risk of overdose. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reported Overdose deaths from cocaine use are rising with more than 16,000 people dying in 2019.

Though Cocaine has seen an overall decline since the height of its use in the 1980’s. Today cocaine is again on the rise. With more sophisticated drug trafficking and a U.S. market worth billions of dollars, the cocaine trade in the U.S. is again affecting young people.

Cocaine Addiction

If someone finds themselves struggling with cocaine use, it is recommended to get cocaine treatment. Additionally, treatment is found at a licensed, treatment facility. Cocaine treatment can consist of therapy, drug testing, case management, and recovery related activities.

Avanti Behavioral Health takes a holistic view of the treatment process. Avanti Behavioral Health offers cutting-edge treatments designed to help each teen find long term recovery. Whether for cocaine, alcohol, cannabis, or mental health treatment, call Avanti Behavioral Health Today.

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