Cocaine Rehab in San Diego


Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine is a stimulant commonly used and abused in the United States. In 2020, 5.2 million Americans who were 12 and older used cocaine. Cocaine has now been discovered to be addictive, although it was once used for medicinal purposes.

Cocaine abuse can lead to addiction, physical health problems, and mental health disorders. Cocaine addiction treatment can help with long-term recovery and improve the overall quality of life. Contact our Oceanside drug rehab center today to learn more about our cocaine rehab services in San Diego.

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What Is Cocaine?

Cocaine is a Schedule II controlled substance which means that cocaine has a high potential for abuse and can lead to physical or emotional dependence. Cocaine is considered to be part of the stimulants class of drugs. Stimulants speed up messages between the brain and body and can cause feelings of awakeness, alertness, and confidence.

Cocaine is derived from dried leaves of the coca plant found in South America and formed into a white powder. The initial high from cocaine can cause feelings of euphoria, energy, and exhilaration but are followed by a displeasing comedown. Cocaine is commonly called blow, coke, rock, or snow.

Crack Cocaine

Crack cocaine is a type of cocaine that takes the original white powder from the coca plant and is created by cooking it with baking soda. Crack breaks into small pieces called rocks. Crack cocaine is used by heating and smoking the substance.

Crack cocaine received its name because it makes a crackling sound while smoking the substance. Crack can be even more addictive than regular cocaine because the high from smoking takes hold immediately.


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Research shows that without addiction treatment in Oceanside, any addiction is likely to get worse. While many people think they can simply abstain from drugs or alcohol, this does not represent comprehensive recovery. Recovery from substance abuse is more than simply abstaining.

Signs Of Cocaine Abuse

Cocaine’s effects appear almost immediately after use, whether the drug is smoked, injected, or snorted. The duration of how long the effects are felt depends on the route of use. When abuse begins, a tolerance for cocaine may develop where more and more of the drug is needed to feel the same results.  

Small amounts of cocaine can produce physical effects like constricted blood vessels, dilated pupils, and increased heart rate and blood pressure. Large amounts of cocaine can produce a more intense high but have an added risk of tremors, paranoia, and other toxic reactions. 

Common signs of cocaine abuse can include:

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Symptoms And Effects Of Cocaine Addiction

There are symptoms and long-term effects that can occur as a result of prolonged cocaine addiction and abuse. Some of these symptoms and effects can be mitigated or eliminated when cocaine use stops. Other effects might be ongoing and require further care. These symptoms may be further heightened in the case of an overlapping mental health disorder, commonly called a dual diagnosis.

Effects of cocaine addiction can include:

Treatment For Cocaine Addiction

Treatment for cocaine addiction can be customized to fit individual needs and diagnoses. Depending on the severity of cocaine abuse, a detox, residential, or outpatient facility may be recommended. Detox is the most structured and intense level of care, while outpatient still provides structure but more freedom. 

Typically, treatment for substance use will go through stages depending on where a person is at in their addiction. People who heavily engage in substance use should seek out an inpatient before transitioning to an outpatient substance abuse treatment center.

Residential (Inpatient)

Residential or inpatient treatment provides care 24/7 for cocaine addiction. Cocaine addiction can be treated in licensed residential facilities with evidence-based therapies, holistic methods, and medication management when needed. Inpatient treatment involves participating in groups and individual sessions at the facility while living on-site. 


Outpatient treatment for cocaine addiction includes therapy, life coaching, life skills, and relapse prevention plans. Outpatient programs take place at the facility, but patients do not stay at the facility. This level of care is typically utilized after completing an inpatient program, and a sober living facility is recommended if home life is not conducive to long-term recovery. 

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Cocaine Addiction Treatment
In San Diego, CA

Cocaine is a stimulant that has a high potential for addiction and abuse. Cocaine abuse can lead to physical and mental health problems. Treatment for cocaine addiction can include therapy and medication management when appropriate. 

Our outpatient rehab in San Diego offers cocaine addiction treatment for all of Southern California. If you or a loved one are struggling with cocaine abuse, contact Pacific Palms Recovery today. Our Oceanside drug and alcohol rehab team can answer any questions you have and give you a better understanding of our outpatient treatment program

Why Choose Pacific Palms Recovery

Many choices are available to clients needing cocaine addiction treatment, but Pacific Palms Recovery stands apart in many ways.

Flexible Programs

Firstly, we specialize in a range of flexible outpatient programs. With our cocaine outpatient treatment in San Diego, you can participate in the following:

  • Partial hospitalization programs (PHP)
  • Intensive outpatient programs (IOP)
  • Traditional outpatient programs

We work with you to find the program that best fits your needs.

Life Skills Program

Pacific Palms Recovery has many advantages for clients, including the flexibility of our outpatient programs and our location in a pristine environment with access to group meetings on the beach, but perhaps the most attractive component is our life skills program. We prioritize teaching life skills to help our clients develop the skills they need to transition back into society.

Goal Setting

Substance abuse can cause years of hopelessness, helplessness, and feeling as though individuals have no purpose. Addiction takes away motivation or drive to set and achieve goals or reach any aspiration above getting another fix. That is why our life skills program prioritizes setting and achieving personal goals in order to help clients move away from old habits and feelings of purposelessness and find drive and meaning in the next chapter of their lives. This can take many forms, such as:

  • Submitting a minimum of three job applications every week as part of our vocational services
  • Going for a run twice per week as part of our self-care services and exercise routine establishment
  • Volunteering in the local community


Another aspect of our life skills program is self-care. We encourage each of our clients to take care of themselves mentally and physically first and foremost. Ongoing self-care helps individuals to better manage the after-effects of addiction, like triggers or cravings. It also leads to an improved quality of life and a reduction in stress, which can reduce the risk of relapse.

  • Grooming and basic hygiene
  • Creating exercise routines
  • Maintain clean living environments 

Stress Management

At our facility, we offer stress management skills. Negative emotions and high levels of stress can act as triggers for substance abuse. For some clients, these negative emotions are stress or what led to addiction in the first place. Using evidence-based theories, we help our clients control things like stress with the following:

Cognitive behavioral therapy

  • Dialectical behavioral therapy
  • Yoga
  • Breathing techniques
  • Meditation

Insurance Options

Finally, we understand that getting treatment for cocaine addiction can seem expensive. Addiction has caused financial strain for many people, and finding the money for treatment seems far-fetched. However, we work with many insurance providers and can verify your benefits today to help determine your coverage level for treatment.

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Cocaine Rehab Center in Oceanside

We think that going through recovery entails making changes to every aspect of one’s life. We see addiction as an illness that affects the mind, body, spirit, and society. We offer more than simply one-on-one and group counseling, or 12-step support, both of which are very important because our focus is on living life to the fullest. We consider life skills, pleasant activities, fitness, and nutrition to be equally vital. For successful recovery, it’s also crucial to learn relapse prevention, anger management, relationship building, and denial management.

Call our team today at 1-800-221-8750 to learn more about our cocaine addiction treatment programs.