Alabama Addiction Recovery & Treatment 24 Hour Hotline 1-888-565-6401

Center For Cocaine Dependence

Nassau County - Freeport, New York 11520 - (516) 252-1762

About Center For Cocaine Dependence

We have been helping people for over 10 years get their lives back, regain their health and go on to live their life free from the use of stimulants like cocaine. You too can find recovery from cocaine addiction with our comprehensive approach to stimulant dependency treatment. In order to serve those in need of treatment for their stimulant dependency our facility has an Intensive Outpatient and Inpatient Stimulant Addiction program depending on your needs. We can help you make your recovery from stimulant addiction a reality too.

Cocaine is such a powerful drug that has caused dependency, mental and physical harm to many people. Because cocaine is so addictive no matter how hard most users try to stop using this stimulant drug it's almost impossible to do on their own. The psychological and emotional affects can become debilitating for people and they need much more than willpower to stop.

Because of the strong hold cocaine has on anyone who uses the stimulant many people find the need to repeat their use and binge on cocaine. The euphoria, energy and mental alertness wears off in a short period of time and when it does the user is left feeling extremely tired and depressed which is why most cocaine users repeat their use. Each time they repeat their use they may need to increase their dose in order to reach the high they're looking for.

Personalized treatment plans are developed for each client after a complete evaluation is completed combined with Medically Assisted Detoxification, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, 12 Step Therapy and life skills help our clients work through problems and prevent relapse.


Call us @ (516) 252-1762 or Toll-Free 1-888-565-6401

Featured Addiction Facilities

Resources: Addiction Treatment Search | Crystal Meth Recovery Help | Treatment Centers Directory
© Alabama Drug Rehabilitation Programs 2018