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Our Cocaine Treatment Center in Arizona

If you or someone you love is battling cocaine addiction in Arizona, you are not alone. Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant drug that can have devastating effects on your health, relationships, and life. Quitting cocaine is challenging but possible with the right help and support.

Our treatment center specializes in helping individuals overcome cocaine addiction through a comprehensive, evidence-based approach. We address the physical dependence as well as the underlying mental and emotional issues that often fuel addictive behaviors. Our caring team of addiction specialists will be by your side, providing the tools, coping strategies and encouragement you need to stop using cocaine, prevent relapse and rebuild your life.

Recovery is a journey, but you don’t have to walk it alone. Whether you’ve been struggling with cocaine for months or years, we are here to help you break free from addiction, heal, and create the drug-free future you deserve. Reach out today to learn about our cocaine addiction treatment programs and start on the path to lasting sobriety.

Understanding Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine addiction, clinically known as Cocaine Use Disorder, is a type of stimulant use disorder characterized by the problematic use of cocaine. Cocaine is an illegal drug derived from coca leaves that produces intense euphoria, increased energy, and mental alertness. The DSM-51 defines Cocaine Use Disorder as a pattern of cocaine use leading to clinically significant impairment or distress. Key diagnostic criteria include taking larger amounts of cocaine than intended, persistent desire to cut down use, spending a great deal of time obtaining and using cocaine, cravings, failure to fulfill major obligations due to use, and continued use despite negative consequences. Tolerance and withdrawal symptoms may also occur with prolonged use.

About our Arizona Addiction Rehab Center

Cornerstone Healing Center of Arizona is a cocaine addiction treatment center that embodies the transformative journey of recovery from addiction.

At the core of our philosophy is a profound understanding of the unique challenges posed by cocaine addiction and a deep belief in the power of human connection, personal growth, and embracing change to overcome this addiction. This belief system has shaped our approach to cocaine addiction treatment, making it a distinctive and effective experience for those seeking help.

We operate on principles that have proven successful in battling cocaine addiction. Our professional and deeply personal commitment contributes to our reputation as a reliable and compassionate cocaine addiction treatment center.

At Cornerstone, we offer a holistic approach to rehab for cocaine addiction, recognizing that true healing goes beyond physical abstinence from the drug. It involves nurturing resilience, accountability, and the strength to choose challenging paths towards long-lasting recovery.

Our mission is to guide individuals through their journey to freedom from cocaine addiction, providing them with the tools and support necessary for a sustainable recovery. Let us be your dedicated partners in your fight against cocaine addiction, offering a path to renewed hope and a healthier, drug-free life.

Patrick & Nicole - Family Testimonial

Listen to the testimonial of Patrick and Nicole, Parents of a Cornerstone Alumnus who spent time at one of our Arizona addiction recovery centers.

Patrick and Nicole have witnessed first-hand the transformative impact of Cornerstone Healing Center. Their son, Cole, was struggling with the debilitating grip of addiction, his life seemingly at the mercy of this relentless disorder. However, from the moment Cole stepped into our Scottsdale treatment center, his life began to change in profound and unimaginable ways.

Cocaine Addiction PROGRAMS

Carelon Inpatient Mental Health

Residential programs for cocaine addiction offer immersive, 24/7 therapy combining psychotherapy, medication, and holistic approaches. The structured environment helps address underlying issues and equips individuals with coping skills, fostering long-term cocaine addiction management.

intensive outpatient program

Outpatient programs for cocaine addiction offer flexible, part-time therapy. They provide psychotherapy, medication management, and support for individuals to address cocaine addiction while maintaining their daily routines. This helps individuals manage their cocaine addiction while balancing their outside life.

Our virtual program offers convenient, comprehensive treatment for Cocaine Use Disorder, providing individual therapy, group counseling, and resources through a secure online platform. This option is ideal for those unable to attend in-person sessions or who prefer the flexibility of online care.

Why Choose Our Arizona Cocaine Addiction Recovery Centers?

Benefits for
Arizona Residents

Explore the distinctive benefits of our Arizona rehab, which is designed to facilitate transformative healing and sobriety. 

Cornerstone's Cocaine Addiction Treatment Program

Embark on a comprehensive path to recovery with Cornerstone’s treatment strategy. Our rehab for cocaine addiction is meticulously designed to address every aspect of your well-being, crafting a robust foundation for enduring sobriety and comprehensive health rejuvenation.

One-on-One Therapy

Trauma Informed Care

Personalized Treatment

Tour Our Arizona Treatment Facilities

Cornerstone’s state-of-the-art cocaine rehab centers, located conveniently in the heart of Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona, provide the perfect environment for your journey to recovery. Our modern, welcoming facilities offer a haven where you can focus on healing and rebuilding your life, free from the distractions and triggers of everyday life.
We understand that a supportive, sober living environment is crucial to recovery. Our residences provide a stable, drug-free living space where you can practice the skills and strategies you learn in treatment while building connections with others who share your commitment to sobriety.
Our central locations in Phoenix and Scottsdale ensure easy access to various resources and amenities. From our experienced medical staff and addiction counselors to our on-site fitness facilities and recreational spaces, everything you need to support your physical, emotional, and spiritual healing is here at Cornerstone.

Meet Our Clinical Team

Clinical Director of Scottsdale Program

Lionel is a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC) with over 4 years at Cornerstone. Passionate about helping those with addiction and mental health struggles, and he has trained as an EMDR therapist, adopting a trauma-informed approach to find and treat underlying root causes with empathy. 

Clinical Director of Phoenix Program

Nate began his recovery journey in 2010 and earned a Master’s in Social Work from ASU. He’s been in the Behavioral Health field since 2013. Specializing in CBT, DBT, and grief, Nate is now the Clinical Director of our Phoenix program, underlined by his passion for helping others who struggled with substance abuse issues as he did. 

FAQs About Cocaine Addiction

Get answers to the most commonly asked questions about cocaine addiction and treatment.

What is cocaine and cocaine addiction?

Cocaine can be consumed in many forms, such as snorting a powdery substance or turning it into crack-cocaine and smoking it. 

It induces feelings of intense euphoria and gives the mind a temporary surge of unyielding energy. Users feel unusually confident and able to put aside their fears and apprehensions. 

This momentary surge of confidence and energy quickly becomes a habit, transforming into an addictive consumption pattern with grave consequences.

COCAINE INDUCES THE FOLLOWING EFFECTS:

  • Restlessness
  • Heightened sensitivity to light, sound, or touch
  • Energetic and confident
  • Irritability
  • Paranoia
 

Cocaine is one of the most dangerous and highly addictive substances, and frequent consumption has grave physical and mental health consequences.

The dangers of cocaine use range from sleep disturbances and insomnia to organ failure and brain damage.

Regular cocaine use causes the blood vessels to constrict dangerously, resulting in haywire blood pressure levels and slow blood circulation. 

Snorting the substance runs the risk of damaging the septum or the nasal cavity.

What are the signs of a cocaine addiction?

Cocaine makes its users feel elated, confident, more alert, and able to channel their extroverted side to socialize better. It reduces the need to sleep, which triggers a vast host of complications because quality sleep is crucial for the body’s self-repair functions.

Here are the early physical symptoms of regular use:

  • The pupils become alarmingly dilated
  • High blood pressure levels
  • Feverishness
  • Faster heart rate
  • Signs of erratic behavior
  • Loss of appetite and cravings

The body and mind develop a dependence on any illicit substance, be it heroin or cocaine, demanding the user to continue using. Persistence use despite experiencing the symptoms mentioned above can lead to a cocaine use disorder.

The signs of a cocaine use disorder are as follows:

  • Changes in sleeping patterns
  • Insomnia
  • Inability to maintain a healthy hygiene
  • Repetitive lying to family and loved ones
  • Engaging in risk/deviant behaviors
  • Intense bouts of paranoia
  • Frequent mood swings
  • Being overly secretive
  • Lack of interest in hobbies and activities
  • Financial and legal challenges
 

Experts observe that people with cocaine use disorder experience frequent mood swings, fluctuating from manic euphoria to depression and irritability. 

If you notice these signs in your behavior or a loved one’s, it’s crucial to start exploring reputable rehabilitation facilities. 

Cocaine use disorder treatments are quite similar to alcohol abuse treatment programs, involving medically-assisted detoxification and 12-steps of self-change. We’ll discuss the treatments in more detail below.

What are the effects of cocaine addiction?

Medical practitioners strongly advise against quitting a highly addictive substance like cocaine as the body develops a physical and mental dependence on addictive stimulants.

The effects of cocaine addiction are visible in every sphere of the user’s life, from physical and mental well-being to personal and professional lives.

Habitual users might be unable to adequately monitor their hygiene, fulfill domestic and professional obligations, or maintain healthy relationships.

Cocaine addiction is an expensive habit, and users are bound to encounter financial and legal challenges. 

Simply quitting alone for most with a history of regular use because cocaine withdrawal accompanies debilitating symptoms.

The signs of cocaine withdrawal include:

  • Uncontrollable cravings for the substance
  • Persistent fever
  • Irritability
  • Depression
  • Suicide ideation
 

The long-term effects of cocaine addiction can lead to brain damage, organ failure, respiratory infections, and complete loss of smell.

Patients with cocaine use disorder experience recurrent nosebleeds, with a higher risk for asthma and infections, including HIV and pneumonia.

Research suggests that long-term cocaine use can damage the heart and heighten heart failure risk factors. 

Clinical studies have linked chronic cocaine use with myocardial damage, hypertension, and other risk factors for heart attacks.

Cocaine use also induces brain damage, making users vulnerable to multiple complications, including depression, suicide ideation, mood disturbances, and dementia.

Sources

  1. American Psychiatric Association, www.psychiatry.org
  2. Addiction Biology, doi.org/10.1111/adb.12152
  3. Addictive Behaviors, doi.org/10.1016/j.addbeh.2017.01.019
  4. Harvard Review of Psychiatry, doi.org/10.3109/10673229709030550
  5. Critical Care, doi.org/10.1186/cc6954

CLINICALLY REVIEWED

lionel estrada LISAC headshot clinical director scottsdale

Lionel Estrada, LISAC

CLINICAL DIRECTOR

Lionel, a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC) with over 4 years at Cornerstone, specializes in addiction and mental health. Trained in EMDR therapy, he employs a trauma-informed, empathetic approach to address underlying causes of these issues.

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Testimonials

What ARIZONA clients and treatment professionals say about Cornerstone

This facility is different from any other rehab that I have been to. I have had many failed attempts at getting and staying sober since I was 16. Mostly due to a majority of the treatment centers that I had...

This facility is different from any other rehab that I have been to. I have had many failed attempts at getting and staying sober since I was 16. Mostly due to a majority of the treatment centers that I had went to not having much help with aftercare. They would get you clean for however long the stay was and then release you with no tools or foundation to build on. Cornerstone immersed me in the 12 step recovery program. The PHP groups were extremely therapeutic for me. They took me to Recovery meetings every day of the week. They have extremely nice houses to go back to while you’re not at the clinic. Most importantly, they set me up with an aftercare plan that put me on a path to success. Before I left they made sure that I was set up with a sober living, a job, and also made sure that I had made good progress in my 12 steps. After I got out I was sent to IOP, and every week they have a navigator who makes sure that you are doing well and helps you with any obstacles you may be facing. All of the staff truly cares about every individual who comes through this place. Unlike a lot of treatment centers, cornerstone is not in it for the money. Thanks to them I have been able to maintain long term sobriety. I am the happiest I have been in my entire life. I will forever have gratitude for cornerstone and to all of the staff that helped me, and continues to help on my recovery journey.

K.B.

Cornerstone Alumni

I watched my loved one struggle with an addiction to alcohol for over fifteen years. In 2022 he was at the worse I had ever seen. I suggested a multitude of things to quit, however, I knew that he needed...

I watched my loved one struggle with an addiction to alcohol for over fifteen years. In 2022 he was at the worse I had ever seen. I suggested a multitude of things to quit, however, I knew that he needed help and was convinced that this was not going to end well. I had seen the program of recovery outlined at Cornerstone and convinced my loved one to make the 1,800-mile drive across the country. It saved his life. I hardly recognize this man today. From hustling me to pay for "just one more night" at a hotel, to having his own apartment in a year is a miracle. Cornerstone provided him a safe place and provided every tool possible including inpatient treatment, A.A., therapy and counseling, IOP and helped with his transition into the mainstream of life. I’ll be forever grateful.

A.M.

Alumni Family

this place saved my life 100%. the whole staff genuinely cared about me and were only trying to help me grow. i have confidence again and goals to achieve. coming from someone who was very suicidal and a bad alcoholic...

this place saved my life 100%. the whole staff genuinely cared about me and were only trying to help me grow. i have confidence again and goals to achieve. coming from someone who was very suicidal and a bad alcoholic before treatment, i’ve completely done a 180°. i loved my house managers lacey and jazz who were both extremely important to my recovery. my primary therapist Lori was such a sweetheart and i could tell she genuinely cared about my life and wanted to help in any way she could. i feel like i’ve finally found my place in this world and most importantly myself and that’s all thanks to God and Cornerstone.

K.A.

Cornerstone Alumni

Cornerstone has got to be the most caring treatment facility in the state. The staff here took the time to listen to me and helped me in more ways than I could have imagined. Look no farther, this is the...

Cornerstone has got to be the most caring treatment facility in the state. The staff here took the time to listen to me and helped me in more ways than I could have imagined. Look no farther, this is the place you regardless of if you believe you can be successful or not, they will help every step of the way.

S.F.

Cornerstone Alumni

Cornerstone was absolutely amazing! I owe my life to their program of recovery and phenomenal staff. Without them, I would be nowhere near where I am today living a happy, healthy, sober life. I cannot recommend Cornerstone enough to anyone...

Cornerstone was absolutely amazing! I owe my life to their program of recovery and phenomenal staff. Without them, I would be nowhere near where I am today living a happy, healthy, sober life. I cannot recommend Cornerstone enough to anyone looking to try and recover from alcoholism and addiction!

T.W.

Cornerstone Alumni

I'm a Professional Social Worker in the valley. I own a Facility and have referred clients to Cornerstone who thrived. They are lovely. They create events in the valley to help other professionals win. Cornerstone has my respect and gratitude.

I'm a Professional Social Worker in the valley. I own a Facility and have referred clients to Cornerstone who thrived. They are lovely. They create events in the valley to help other professionals win. Cornerstone has my respect and gratitude.

J.A.

Arizona Social Worker

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