Cocaine Addiction Outpatient Treatment Center in Tucson

Cocaine is a powerful and dangerous stimulant. Cocaine abuse can quickly lead to addiction, which can put a person at risk for considerable immediate and long-term harm.

When a person becomes addicted to cocaine, he or she may experience negative physical, psychological, and socio-economic effects.

Cocaine abuse and addiction can impair your ability to perform at work or in school. It may cause strife in your interpersonal relationships, which can lead to withdrawal or isolation. If you have become addicted to cocaine, you may lose the ability to control your mood, thoughts, and behaviors. You may experience financial setbacks, legal problems, and the onset or worsening of certain type of mental illness.

Cocaine addiction is a complex disease, but it is treatable. With effective professional care, you can regain control over your life and resist the compulsion to abuse cocaine.

Depending upon the nature and severity of your cocaine addiction, outpatient treatment may be the ideal level of care for you. If outpatient treatment is right for you, Sonora Behavioral Health may be the perfect place for you to start your recovery journey.

Sonora Behavioral Health is a 140-bed acute crisis stabilization hospital in Tucson. Among the many types and levels of care that we provide, we offer effective outpatient programming for adults who have been struggling with cocaine addiction.

At Sonora, our compassionate professionals understand the many ways that cocaine addiction can impact your life. Most importantly, we have developed specialized outpatient programming to help you overcome your dependence upon this dangerous stimulant.

If your life has been impacted by cocaine addiction, please know that you are not alone. The outpatient treatment program at Sonora Behavioral Health can help you escape the chains of cocaine addiction.

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Helping a Loved One or Family Member Get Treatment

Watching someone you love fall into the devastating grip of cocaine addiction can be both frustrating and frightening. It can be frustrating that your loved one does not simply stop abusing cocaine. It can be frightening to think about the negative consequences that cocaine abuse will have on his or her future. Your loved one may need professional help, but you can play an important role. Here are some tips to keep in mind:

  • Learn about the disease of addiction. This can help relieve some of your feelings of frustration. It can also help you empathize with your loved one and refrain from being judgmental.
  • Do not blame yourself. This is not about you, it is about your loved one.
  • Do not make excuses for your loved one.
  • Understand that your loved one is not merely engaging in “bad behavior.” Addiction is a progressive disease, not a character flaw.
  • Research treatment options that will best meet your loved one’s needs.
  • Talk to your loved one. Express your concern and offer your support.
  • Do not give up on your loved one. Recovery can be a long process.

Why Consider Treatment at Sonora Behavioral Health

The effects of cocaine addiction can lead to countless problems in a person’s life. The immediate possible effects of cocaine use include heart attack, elevated heart rate, increased body temperature, increased blood pressure, and paranoia. Long-term use can increase a person’s risk for seizures, coma. Even one-time cocaine use can be fatal. Receiving immediate treatment can help you avoid such harmful effects, and can provide an environment in which you can heal from past damage.

Depending upon the nature and severity of your problem, outpatient treatment at Sonora Behavioral Health may be the best option for you. Outpatient services allow you to receive professional care while also maintaining a degree of independence. You can practice your new skills in a real-world environment, and get feedback, support, and guidance from our experts.

Rehab Philosophy and Benefits

Sonora Behavioral Health is dedicated to providing personalized care in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. At every level of care, our treatment professionals are committed to providing all patients with the guidance and support that will empower them to achieve and maintain improved quality of life.

Our focus on superior personalized service is reflected in our outpatient treatment program for men and women who are struggling with cocaine addiction. We provide thorough admissions assessments, employ evidence-based treatment protocols, and help patients develop effective coping skills.

This comprehensive effort is designed to ensure that all who heal with us are prepared to experience continued success long after they have completed their time in our care.

Outpatient Treatment at Sonora Behavioral Health

When you arrive at our outpatient treatment center, you will complete a detailed admissions assessment. This process will include a physical examination, a psychiatric evaluation, and a psychological assessment. We will also collect information about your treatment history.

All of this information will provide us with essential insights into the issues that have been preventing you from living a healthier and more satisfying life. This assessment will also allow us to develop a personalized plan to ensure that your outpatient treatment experience best meets your specific needs.

Depending upon the results of your admissions assessment, your personalized outpatient treatment plan for cocaine addiction may include the following elements:

Detox: We provide medically monitored detox in our hospital. If you have been incapable of ending your cocaine abuse prior to treatment, our medically monitored detox program may be necessary. Detox is a short-term inpatient experience during which you can rid your body of cocaine and other substances of abuse. After you complete detox, you can transition directly into outpatient care for cocaine addiction.

Medication management: If you are struggling with symptoms that can be treated with certain prescription medications, you may be eligible for medication management services while in outpatient treatment for cocaine addiction.

Group therapy: Groups are the main form of treatment in our outpatient program. During your time in outpatient care for cocaine addiction you will participate in solution-focused groups. These groups are designed to help you develop specific skills that will support long-term recovery. Common group topics include the following:

  • Stress management
  • Self-awareness
  • Self-help skills
  • Relapse prevention
  • Relaxation
  • Triggers for relapse
  • Acceptance
  • Barriers to recovery
  • Coping skills
  • Early recovery

Family support: Your loved ones can play an essential role in your continued recovery. To support their efforts, we are happy to provide a variety of educational opportunities for family members and close friends. For specifics about our family support services, please contact us at your convenience.

If you feel that you are in crisis, or are having thoughts about hurting yourself or others, please call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room immediately.

Continuing Care

At Sonora Behavioral Health, we understand that outpatient treatment is just one step on your path toward long-term recovery from cocaine addiction. Thus, we start a thorough discharge planning process the day you join our outpatient treatment program. The goal of this process is to ensure that you are connected to the professional resources and community-based support services that will enable you to continue your progress after you have completed your time in our care.

For detailed information about outpatient treatment for cocaine addiction at Sonora Behavioral Health, or for answers to any questions that you may have about any aspect of our programming, please feel free to call us at your conveniences. A friendly and knowledgeable member of our team is available to speak with you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

We look forward to helping you decide if our center is the perfect place for you or your loved one.

Sonora Admissions Inquiry

If you are unable to call Sonora Behavioral Health, please use the form below to submit a confidential message to our admissions staff. We will get back with you as soon as possible.

24-hour patient services help line: (520) 214-0211 Email Us