Northern Pennsylvania’s Leading Treatment Center for Cocaine Use

Bradford Recovery Center in Millerton, Pennsylvania, provides comprehensive, personalized cocaine addiction treatment services for adults age 18 and older. Our cocaine addiction treatment center in north-central Pennsylvania is a safe and supportive place where adults receive customized care from experienced professionals.

Learn About Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Treatment for cocaine addiction at Bradford Recovery Center in Millerton, PA

Cocaine is a stimulant drug that is highly addictive and mostly used recreationally. Derived from the coca plant, cocaine has strong properties that make its effects extremely desirable and habit-forming. Cocaine is usually used by snorting, injecting, smoking, or rubbing it into the gums. Some people may combine cocaine with other harmful or addictive substances, such as heroin or fentanyl, to create a dangerous drug cocktail. The commonly used crack cocaine is made by grinding cocaine into a powder and mixing it with water and other substances like baking soda, where it is boiled, formed into a hardened crystal, and smoked.

Cocaine is a stimulant, meaning that it gives you more energy. Giddiness, hyperactivity, and feelings of euphoria often accompany cocaine use. Someone who uses cocaine may be more hyper or talkative, and they may experience temporary mental clarity. Oftentimes, individuals under the influence of cocaine move more quickly, work harder, and process faster. Cocaine can also lead to risky and impulsive decisions, volatile behaviors, or violent deeds.

The effects of cocaine are short-lived, lasting anywhere from five to 30 minutes, so some people frequently go on cocaine binges where they use the drug rapidly and regularly. Because cocaine contains highly addictive chemical properties, using it even once or twice can alter your brain chemistry and lead to chemical dependence.

Cocaine addiction is a substance use disorder that can severely affect an individual’s health and well-being. Addiction to cocaine is a serious condition that often warrants immediate professional treatment. By seeking care at a residential treatment center like Bradford Recovery Center, adults age 18 and older can reduce their symptoms and receive the treatment they need for cocaine addiction.

Why Consider Treatment at Bradford

Why consider getting cocaine addiction treatment at Bradford Recovery Center in Millerton, PA

Cocaine use can lead to various physical health concerns, including respiratory issues, chest pain, stomachaches, and nausea. Cocaine can also damage the liver, kidneys, and heart. An untreated cocaine addiction may lead to heart attack, stroke, or seizures. Furthermore, injecting cocaine can result in HIV/AIDS and certain bloodborne diseases.

Left untreated, cocaine addiction can result in a number of life challenges. Cocaine is illegal, so using the substance can lead to certain legal consequences such as arrest or incarceration. Violent or impulsive behaviors that threaten an individual’s safety and the safety of those around them may also accompany cocaine use.

Addiction to cocaine may lead to strained relationships with family, friends, and romantic partners. Cocaine use can distract an individual from work, causing poor job performance, possible unemployment, and various financial difficulties. An individual who suffers from an addiction to cocaine may also experience certain social consequences due to negative interactions with others, and they may suffer from social isolation. If further left untreated, cocaine addiction can lead to pervasive feelings of helplessness or hopelessness, as well as thoughts of suicide.

However, when individuals seek treatment for cocaine addiction at Bradford, they can limit the life-threatening consequences of addiction and experience improved health and well-being. Bradford Recovery Center is a residential addiction treatment center for adults age 18 and older who are struggling with cocaine addiction. With the proper support and guidance from our compassionate staff, individuals can manage symptoms of their addiction and experience hope once again.

Bradford Recovery Center is located in Millerton, Pennsylvania, about 15 miles south of the New York border and 20 miles east of Mansfield, Pennsylvania. Our campus provides a scenic view of mountains and trees, making it a serene environment for people who are struggling with cocaine addiction to get away and receive the professional treatment they deserve. Our campus offers many amenities, including comfortable sleeping accommodations, food prepared by experienced culinary staff, laundry services, exercise equipment, an Olympic-size volleyball court, and a fire pit.

At Bradford Recovery Center, we offer clinically excellent care facilitated by highly qualified staff. When you arrive at our campus, you will be assigned a treatment team, a group of mental health professionals who will guide you through your stay at Bradford. Your treatment team will work to create a comprehensive treatment plan just for you that will contain specific information regarding your time in treatment, including specific goals you may have for your recovery journey. You will regularly coordinate with your treatment team, asking them questions, providing them with feedback, and troubleshooting possible setbacks to treatment. Your treatment team will alter your plan of care as needed, making any necessary adjustments if your needs and goals change.

Types of Treatment We Offer

Types of treatment for cocaine addiction at Bradford Recovery Center in Millerton, PA

At Bradford Recovery Center, we specialize in individualized addiction treatment services. Your treatment plan is adjustable according to your personality, needs, and goals. While every person’s time in our care is different, your treatment plan for cocaine addiction may include some of the following services:

  • Detoxification services
  • Group therapy
  • Medication management
  • Family program
  • Basic medical care
  • Individual therapy

If you have any questions about any of the services we offer at Bradford, feel free to contact us at your convenience. A member of our team is available 24/7 to provide you with more information.

Continuing Care After Residential Treatment

Continuing care options for cocaine addiction treatment

At Bradford Recovery Center, located in Millerton, Pennsylvania, we demonstrate our commitment to continued recovery by providing you with an individualized discharge plan before you leave our campus. Your discharge plan will prepare you for the weeks and months to come following treatment, including possible setbacks and ways to cope. Referrals to step-down programming or additional mental healthcare contacts are included in your discharge plan to aid you in your recovery journey. Frequently recommended resources include partial hospitalization programs, community-based organizations, intensive outpatient programs, medication-assisted treatment services, and other outpatient resources such as individual or group therapy.

In your discharge plan, you will also find resources to connect you with our alumni program. Our alumni program is a supportive community made up of individuals who encourage one another throughout their recovery. Our alumni group hosts events each year, such as ice skating, bowling, hiking, and family picnics, that build a sense of community and camaraderie among alumni of Bradford. The coordinator of our alumni program will contact you 72 hours after you leave our campus to ensure the stability of your discharge plan and will check in with you again in the weeks to come.

If you believe that you or a loved one may be suffering from a cocaine addiction and could benefit from residential treatment on our campus, call Bradford Recovery Center today.

I was resistant to go to treatment. I never thought it could change my life the way it did. The staff, the groups, the people, everything about this place has changed my life for the better. For anyone on the fence about getting help, please take Bradford into consideration - it really saved my life in more ways than one.

– Lauren E.
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  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)