Cocaine Rehab London
Reputable Rehab & Detox Facilities in London for Effective Addiction Recovery
Cocaine Rehab London
Cocaine is a potent natural stimulant, known for being easy to obtain and incredibly addictive. It is one of the most common addictions, and demand for cocaine rehab in London has skyrocketed in recent years.
Addiction to drugs starts with recreational use. The human body develops a tolerance to cocaine over time, which is how serious cocaine misuse starts.
Catching this behaviour before it develops into addiction is all well and good, but not everyone is so lucky. At Serenity, we help people kick cocaine at all stages of habit so you can count on us no matter your situation.
London cocaine rehab is available no matter your financial, social and health situation. Call us on 0203 151 1280 for a free drug assessment and a chat about how we can help you. You can find clinics closest to you on our locations page.
Why London for cocaine treatment?
London is the UK capital for cocaine addiction treatment, attracting top talent in addiction medicine worldwide.
Serenity operates several cocaine rehab clinics in London, run by some of the world’s best physicians and psychologists. We pioneer new treatment programmes that help people beat their addiction and stay clean for longer.
Cocaine rehabilitation in London makes sense if you live nearby, but the reality is that London attracts people seeking treatment from across the UK. If you need help with drug addiction, there is no better place to be than London.
What does cocaine rehab involve?
Drug rehab involves medicated detoxification, therapies to promote positive changes in your behaviour and support to help you rebuild your life.
Our London cocaine rehab centres offer world-class treatment programmes that have achieved long-term success for hundreds of patients.
Getting treatment for drug addiction at our London rehab clinics is the best decision. You will be looked after by an experienced team of doctors and nurses, with therapies delivered by a group of therapists who specialise in substance abuse.
Treatment for cocaine addiction
By choosing our London clinics, you will get access to:
- Rehab clinics across London
- Home and residential programmes
- World-class experts in cocaine addiction
- Industry-leading facilities
- Immediate and rapid intervention
- 12 months aftercare
- Flexible payments – we accept most medical insurance or can put together a low-interest and customisable credit plan.
Ideally, treatment for drug addiction should occur in residential rehab, where medical professionals can monitor your withdrawal symptoms. Alternatively, you can do rehab at home with medication to help you.
Unfortunately, no substitute drug for cocaine exists, so we will manage your withdrawal symptoms with anti-sickness medication and pain relief.
Withdrawal symptoms peak between 24 and 48-hours, teetering off beyond this. After 72-hours, you should start feeling better.
You will experience intermittent drug cravings after 72-hours, which will reduce significantly over 4-8 weeks. During this observation period, you should be able to manage your cravings with nothing more than standard pain relief.
Therapy and counselling for drug addiction
If you stay in residential care for your cocaine rehab in London, therapy and counselling sessions will form part of your rehabilitation programme.
We offer a range of therapies, including:
- Guided self-help
- Talking therapies
- Behavioural therapies
- Biochemical restoration
- Psychological therapies
- Well-being therapies
- Social and group therapies
Guided self-help and behavioural therapies like CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) can help address the psychological side of addiction.
You may benefit from therapy, or you may not. Our cocaine addiction experts will discuss your addiction with you to create a course of action.
Cocaine rehab London prices
Traditionally, London has commanded a premium for addiction treatment because of the high costs of living in the area.
At Serenity, we believe everyone should have access to good, affordable treatment even in England’s capital city, which is why we accept most medical insurance and can put together a low-interest, customisable credit plan.
Here’s a run-down of our typical London cocaine rehab prices:
- Addiction assessments: FREE. Our one-off addiction assessment will help you understand your treatment options.
- Inpatient rehab: £1,500 to £18,000. Stays range from 7 days to 3 months. A typical 7-day stay in a London clinic costs around £6,000.
- Outpatient rehab: £995 to £1,600. Also known as home rehab, this involves staying at home and following a structured rehab programme.
Our rehab pricing page has more information.
Am I addicted to cocaine?
There is a significant difference between cocaine use and abuse. Use is infrequent and non-compulsive, while abuse is compulsive and habitual.
If you need drugs to feel normal and fend off feelings of obsessiveness, anxiety, stress, sweats, and tremors, you are probably addicted to cocaine. However, you should seek out a professional diagnosis to be 100% sure.
At Serenity, our cocaine rehab clinics in London can diagnose your addiction and create a treatment programme that will get you clean.
Being addicted to cocaine is not a life sentence – we have helped hundreds of people beat their addiction to drugs, and we can help you too.
Get help for addiction in London
You can find your nearest cocaine rehab centre in London on our locations page.
For personalised advice and a free drug assessment, call us on 0800 118 2892 or 0203 151 1280 for a friendly chat with one of our addiction experts.
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Our team has members that are recovering addicts themselves or have experienced a loved one with an addiction. This helps us have the best understanding of your condition, and create tailor-fitted treatment programme to ensure the success of your recovery from addiction.
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