Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine Drug Rehab Houston, TX

Into Action Recovery’s effective, individualized addiction treatment and rehab programs provide compassionate treatment for cocaine addiction. Our professional staff has the training, experience and resources to work with you to develop a program that provides you with the tools to successfully battle your cocaine addiction. We offer a range of cocaine addiction treatment options, from long-term residential programs to outpatient treatment and support programs. Into Action can get you started on the path toward freedom from your addiction, so you can live your life to the fullest.

Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant that has earned the reputation of being one of the most highly addictive drugs available. The drug is also known as Coke, Beam, Blow, Icing, and Blanca. It provides a fast high – often within a couple of minutes after use – and a relatively fast “comedown” – often within two-three hours. As a result, users are more likely to take the drug multiple times within one session, accelerating the path to addiction. Cocaine addicts experience severe behavioral changes, often exhibiting erratic behavior depending on whether they are in the initial rush or the comedown. Over time, they are unable to hold down their jobs or honor their family obligations due to their behavior and increasing dependency on the drug. The habit is expensive and can bankrupt the addict.

At Into Action, we are sensitive to the causes of cocaine addiction and the physical consequences of both short-term and long-term use. Our compassionate staff works with each addict to develop a custom treatment program to provide you with the best opportunity for success. Our staff is available 24/7 to answer your questions and to begin the admissions process to our cocaine treatment center to start you on your recovery. Into Action is located in Houston, Texas and takes admissions from all around the country.

Call today to speak to our admissions staff to see how we can help you or a loved one overcome their cocaine addiction.