Cocaine Addiction

In 2018, the presence of cocaine in toxicology reports of overdose deaths was increasing in the state of Massachusetts, surpassing heroin. If you or a loved one suffer from cocaine addiction, it's crucial to seek help today.

Cocaine is a powerfully addictive and dangerous stimulant drug. It is made from the leaves of the coca plant grown mainly in South America. Crack cocaine is another form of cocaine commonly abused. Crack cocaine is a rock-like substance that is smoked by users.

If you are addicted to this powerful drug it is important to seek help for cocaine abuse and dependence. Northeast Addictions Treatment Center is the top treatment center in Massachusetts. We have been helping people who struggle with substance abuse since 2016. Read on to learn more about cocaine addiction in Massachusetts and how we can help.

About Northeast Addictions Treatment Center

Northeast Addiction Treatment Center has been providing the Greater Boston area with excellent substance abuse treatment options since 2016. Our personalized treatment approach and committed staff are the reason behind our excellent reputation.

Convenient Quincy Location

We are located in Quincy, MA—just minutes south of Boston Logan International Airport and downtown Boston. We serve patients from the Boston Metro area, as well as those traveling from other areas of the east coast. Patients love that our facility is so close to Boston, yet still features the peace and quiet of a less urban area.

Personal Treatment for Personal Issues

Cocaine addiction can happen to anyone. Here at Northeast Addictions Treatment Center, we understand that our patients come to us with a unique background and specific needs for treatment.

Cocaine abuse cannot be dealt with thoroughly without addressing its underlying causes. This is why we work closely with each patient to ensure they get the care that is right for them. Our treatment plans are customized to fit your needs.

Continued Support

It is far too common for rehab centers to leave patients without the tools they need once they complete treatment. At our treatment center, we believe that patients should continue to have access to resources long after they leave our facility.

Our alumni programs and aftercare networks ensure that you will not be left hanging. We want to see our patients continually succeed once their time with us has ended. You can be sure that you will have all the tools and resources needed to continue to succeed as you transition back into daily life.

Cocaine Abuse in Massachusetts

Many people who are addicted to cocaine do not seek treatment. A 2014-2015 study found that nearly 8% of young adults in MA used cocaine. The drug causes an intense high which is quickly followed by a sudden crash. Many users find themselves addicted faster than they imagined.

Cocaine addiction is very common in the state of Massachusetts. In 2017, nearly 30% of people admitted to substance abuse treatment centers in the state reported having used cocaine in the last year.

A 2017 report found that nearly 4,400 people were admitted to rehab for cocaine or crack addiction.

Massachusetts Fentanyl Problem

As if cocaine wasn’t deadly enough, Massachusetts has a new problem on its hands that is making matters worse. Cocaine in the state is now commonly being laced with the deadly opioid, fentanyl.

Fentanyl is an extremely powerful drug making overdoses more likely. Cocaine is now involved in nearly half of all overdose deaths in MA. Furthermore, the state ranks in the top 5 for cocaine overdose deaths.

What does this mean for users of cocaine in MA? It means that this drug, which is already very dangerous, is even more deadly in the northeast. There is no way for cocaine users to know if the drug is laced with fentanyl. And it is usually too late by the time they find out.

Now, more than ever, cocaine users in MA need to seek professional treatment.

Why Professional Cocaine Addiction Treatment is Important

Seeking help for cocaine addiction is a must. Because of cocaine’s highly addictive qualities, there is no way to use the drug in a safe or controlled way.

Anyone who abuses cocaine for an extended period of time is at risk for very serious long-term effects. These could include:

  • Irritability
  • Panic attacks
  • Restlessness
  • Paranoia
  • Total loss of touch with reality
  • Hallucinations
  • Loss of ability to smell
  • Nosebleeds
  • Ulcers
  • Weight loss
  • Greater risk of stroke
  • Heart inflammation
  • Bleeding in the brain
  • Parkinson's disease

If you abuse cocaine, you need to seek treatment. If you don’t find help, you could end up suffering from some or all of the major health complications listed above.

Why Choose Northeast Addictions Treatment Center?

Northeast Addictions Treatment Center is the best place to take on your cocaine addiction. We offer a more personal, intimate care environment where you will have all of the attention you need and deserve.

When you check into our facility to find help for cocaine abuse, you are in safe hands. You will be evaluated so we can form the perfect treatment plan for you. Effective cocaine treatment addresses the physical and mental effects of abusing the drug. Social, familial, and other factors tie in as well.

Our treatment plans use the following methods to help users of cocaine recover and stay sober:

  • Talk Therapy: Therapy, especially Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), is very effective for treating cocaine abuse. CBT helps drug users become more aware of their triggers. It also teaches users how to change their response to those triggers. Therapy helps you get to the root cause of your addiction and find new ways of coping without drugs.
  • 12-step programs: The 12-step model is used in well-known programs such as alcoholics anonymous and narcotics anonymous. It is an important part of treating cocaine abuse for many people. It allows users to hear the stories of their peers and to meet people who have recovered from addiction.
  • Drug testing: Most rehab programs use drug testing to keep patients honest. Drug testing is important especially in the beginning phases of recovery. Accountability helps recovering users feel supported.

Northeast Addictions Treatment Center is one of the top treatment options in Massachusetts for cocaine addiction treatment. With cocaine overdoses on the rise, it is crucial to seek help for your drug abuse. Our team is here to help you get your life back on track. Give us a call today!


Can I afford cocaine addiction treatment?

Often times, your health insurance plan can cover a majority of the cost of your treatment from cocaine addiction. Not sure where to start? We can help verify your insurance plan and point you in the right direction, even if it’s not with us.

Can I force a loved one to go to rehab for cocaine abuse?

If you live in the state of Massachusetts, there is a law that passed, known as Section 35. Under this law, it “allows a qualified person to request a court order requiring someone to be civilly committed and treated involuntarily for an alcohol or substance use disorder”.

How can I stage an intervention for cocaine addiction?

If you have tried talking to your loved one about their issue with cocaine and still can’t get them into treatment, give us a call. We can talk you through the steps needed to hold an intervention and can even send a certified interventionist to help assist you during this process. There is some planning that goes into place in order to conduct a successful intervention.

How do I talk to a loved one about cocaine addiction?

Talking to a loved one about cocaine addiction treatment can be tough. It’s important to go about it in a healthy way, without them feeling judged or pressured. Here are some tips on talking to a loved one about addiction treatment.

What does cocaine treatment look like?

Treatment for cocaine abuse often comes in multiple stages. Typically, treatment consists of detox, inpatient/residential treatment and/or intensive outpatient treatment. This process usually takes on average 90 days. An individualized plan will be made for each patient by their clinician and therapist.

Ready to make a change? Talk to a specialist now.