Cocaine Addiction Treatment At Mountainview Recovery

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Mountainview Recovery provides alcohol addiction treatment to help guide you through every step of drug rehab & substance abuse treatment. Our substance abuse treatment and drug rehab center offers personalized care for our family of patients. Our unique recovery center setting allows our patients to unplug and focus on their recovery in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains!

About Our Cocaine Addiction Treatment Program

The Cocaine Addiction Treatment Program at Mountainview Recovery is designed to help each patient recover quickly and efficiently. The Cocaine Addiction Treatment Program is personalized for each patient and their individual needs, as every patient and program is personalized. Patients undergoing our programs in in our drug rehab and drug detox facility will have the option of attending our Residential Treatment Center or participating in out Intensive Outpatient program where our patients can stay in a Sober Living center with our sister company, Reclaim Recovery

Mountainview Recovery utilizes the most effective approaches to help patients with cocaine addiction. Our Cocaine Addiction Treatment Program utilizes the pharmacological approach (commonly known as Medication Assisted Treatment), behavioral interventions and group therapy counseling. 

 

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What is Cocaine?

Cocaine is a white fine substance that responds with the body’s central nervous system, delivering energy and happiness. It is most ordinarily snorted, however it also be smoked or disintegrated in water and injected. Cocaine is additionally called coke, blow or powder. While great many people today know that cocaine is extremely addictive upwards of 1,800 Americans take cocaine for the 1st time every day.

Any use of cocaine is viewed as abuse since it is an illicit substance. Cocaine is a central nervous system energizer that influences the cerebrum by invigorating significant levels of dopamine, a mind compound related with joy and reward. Over the long run, Cocaine adversely impacts all aspects of the body with potential for serious long-term impairments. It can make changes to brain function and attitude/behavioral functions.

How individuals use cocaine likewise modifies the intensity and length of the impacts. The impacts of snorting it are brief, enduring around 15-30 minutes. Smoking or infusing cocaine is more extreme yet goes on for a much more limited period, around 5 to 10 minutes. Most cocaine abusers will take doses much more frequently to keep up the ideal impairments. Injecting the drug represents a higher danger than snorting.

Cocaine addiction and misuse is especially perilous in light of the fact that it causes a significant strain on the heart and aerobic organs. The most well-known cause for death in cocaine addicts is stroke or heart failure.

About Cocaine Withdrawal

Using cocaine increases the amount of the “feel-good” chemical dopamine in the brain. When someone uses cocaine for a long period of time, he or she develops a tolerance to the drug’s euphoric effects. Eventually the cocaine user’s brain needs the drug to produce any dopamine or even to feel “normal.” As a result, withdrawal symptoms emerge when someone stops using cocaine. Many addicted people continue abusing cocaine just to avoid these side effects.

Cocaine’s euphoric “rush” fades quickly, meaning withdrawal symptoms follow shortly after the last dose. Many cocaine users “binge,” or take more and more of the drug over a short amount of time, to delay withdrawal symptoms. Cocaine binging can lead to fatal overdose.

Common symptoms of withdrawal from cocaine include:

  • Increased appetite
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Agitation
  • Restless behavior
  • Nightmares
  • Anxiety
  • Suicidal thoughts

Withdrawal symptoms start within hours of stopping use. However, the worst cravings and withdrawal symptoms appear during the first month of quitting. The intensity of withdrawal symptoms depends on the amount taken and the frequency of use. Withdrawal symptoms can last for months after the last dose. Some symptoms can be uncomfortable, making cocaine a difficult drug to quit. Severe depression and suicidal thoughts are the most dangerous side effects of quitting cocaine “cold turkey.”

First 1-3 hoursSymptoms emerge as soon as usage stops. Users start to feel irritable, anxious, exhausted and have an increased appetite. Cocaine cravings actually decrease during this period.
Week 1Intense cocaine cravings arise. Users feel exhausted but have trouble falling asleep. Vivid, unpleasant dreams are common, as well as depressive mood swings.
Weeks 2-4Depression and strong cocaine cravings continue. Recovering users might find it hard to concentrate or stay on an “even keel” emotionally. Irritability and agitation are also common.
Weeks 5-10The mind and body begin to heal, and withdrawal symptoms diminish. Cocaine cravings can still crop up during this period. General anxiety and uneasiness sometimes return as well.

Recent Cocaine Overdose Studies

Results: Rates of cocaine-related overdose deaths increased significantly from 1.26 to 2.50 per 100 000 population from 2000 to 2006, declined to 1.35 in 2010, and increased to 2.13 in 2015. Cocaine-related overdose deaths involving opioids increased from 0.37 to 0.91 from 2000 to 2006, declined to 0.57 in 2010, and then increased to 1.36 in 2015. Cocaine-related overdose deaths not involving opioids increased from 0.89 to 1.59 from 2000 to 2006 and then declined to 0.78 in 2015.

Conclusions: Opioids, primarily heroin and synthetic opioids, have been driving the recent increase in cocaine-related overdose deaths. This corresponds to the growing supply and use of heroin and illicitly manufactured fentanyl in the United States.

During 1999‒2015, 568,699 persons died from drug overdoses in the United States. Drug overdose deaths in the United States increased 11.4% from 2014 to 2015 resulting in 52,404 deaths in 2015, including 33,091 (63.1%) that involved an opioid. The largest rate increases from 2014 to 2015 occurred among deaths involving synthetic opioids other than methadone (synthetic opioids) (72.2%). Because of demographic and geographic variations in overdose deaths involving different drugs, CDC examined age-adjusted death rates for overdoses involving all opioids, opioid subcategories (i.e., prescription opioids, heroin, and synthetic opioids), cocaine, and psychostimulants with abuse potential (psychostimulants) by demographics, urbanization levels, and in 31 states and the District of Columbia (DC). There were 63,632 drug overdose deaths in 2016; 42,249 (66.4%) involved an opioid. From 2015 to 2016, deaths increased across all drug categories examined. The largest overall rate increases occurred among deaths involving cocaine (52.4%) and synthetic opioids (100%), likely driven by illicitly manufactured fentanyl. Increases were observed across demographics, urbanization levels, and states and DC. The opioid overdose epidemic in the United States continues to worsen. A multifaceted approach, with faster and more comprehensive surveillance, is needed to track emerging threats to prevent and respond to the overdose epidemic through naloxone availability, safe prescribing practices, harm-reduction services, linkage into treatment, and more collaboration between public health and public safety agencies.

Testimonials

David Jones
David Jones
16:46 05 Jun 21
When I came to Mountainview I was lost and in need of help. I gave this program a chance to teach me about my addiction... and how to obtain sobriety. It did just that and much more. The program, the facilities, the staff and the other addicts that i resided with were exactly what I needed to achieve sobriety for the first time in 11 years. I highly recommend this rehab to anyone who is struggling with their addiction. Thank you again Mountainview for giving me my life back and allowing me to become who I am meant to be. I will always cherish the times there.Love, Camoread more
Joyce Phelps
Joyce Phelps
19:40 17 May 21
This is an amazing center for those seeking recovery. A PHP level of care facility with amazing housing and an... outstanding aftercare program. The team that works here are top notch and always willing to go above and beyond the call of duty for every single client. I am blessed to be a new part of this wonderful community.read more
John Turner
John Turner
05:24 26 Apr 21
I hate the way things turned out for me with mountain view because I was looking forward to the opportunity to go into... this facility. My wife had discovered the facility online and was excited about me going because they seem to be very professional and on top of their game when it comes to rehabilitation and mental health services. She spoke with the man named Jordan who had said everything up when he discovered that we had really good medical insurance he went right to work for us. After speaking with him and explain to my situation he shared with me a few things that we would have to do that we're kind of shady to manipulate the system in order to get my insurance to be able to pay. The manipulator that I am I was eager to participate but also concerned at the same time. So I made sure that I recorded all her phone calls. And I did as I was told. Well I was at the detox center in English mountain a completely different facility which I later discovered Jordan had a special special interest in I had a complication with a counselor there. The counselor had violated a HIPAA rule and cause problems for me. When Jordan didn't discovered this haven't had personal dealings with accounts for he chose to punish me by telling me that I had to wait 2 weeks at that facility the detox facility before I could come and begin my 30-day program at mountain view. Now I'm sitting in a motel room riding a review not sure what I'm going to go to next. And in fact I feel like I'm at my last straw. This may be it for me thanks a lot Jordan have a niceread more
William Loretti
William Loretti
19:57 18 Apr 21
I have been to several treatment facilities but I have never experienced anything like this. It's amazing, the love and... care I've received from my peers and staff. All of the staff has been there for me, to answer any questions and help me with any issues I was dealing with. I thank God for these people and I'm sincerely thankful for all of the great relationships/friendships I've built coming into this programread more
Melissa Ingram
Melissa Ingram
00:53 18 Apr 21
Mountainview is an awesome recovery center. They truly care about the people in the program. When my sister decided... she wanted help, I researched several recovery centers and I knew Mountainview was the one for her. Jordan talked to me several times about the process and answered my calls/questions every time I called. I felt comfortable when we dropped my sister off, like we were leaving her with family. Mountainview gave her the help she needed to stop using drugs and take back her life. She completed the program at Mountainview over two months ago and she is still doing great. We are so proud of her, and could not be more grateful for the staff and program at Mountainview.read more
Kathryn Bolton
Kathryn Bolton
20:59 17 Apr 21
Deciding to go to Mountainview Recovery was one of the best decisions of my life. I was on a path to nowhere fast, and... I honestly would not be here right now if it wasn't for their program. From the very beginning, Jordan was wonderful to deal with. It did not matter what time of day it was, if you had a question, he was answering the phone. When I arrived at MV, everyone I met greeted me with open arms. They understood where I was coming from and genuinely cared about helping me get to where I wanted to be. I could not recommend this place anymore than I do. It is life changing and I am forever grateful to them ❤️❤️❤️read more
Preston Collingwood
Preston Collingwood
16:14 07 Mar 21
There’s so many good things to say about Mountain View recovery, it’s better than any rehab I’ve been too. My... experience was great, this was the place to actually make me want to chase my recovery. The staff are caring and experienced. If you have a problem, it gets addressed and fixed immediately. Mountain View recovery is very connected. You’re group members will become your friends. Then after you complete the program the staff care so much as to keep up with you and help anyway the can. If you want recovery, sobriety and taught how to maintain it come here!read more
Diane Petty
Diane Petty
16:27 01 Mar 21
Today, our son has been sober for a year. We are so proud of his progress and are very thankful that we chose the staff... at Mountainview as his recovery team. Thanks to each of you for giving him the support, insight and compassion that helped guide him in the right direction. You gave him what he needed to help himself and his family be happier and stronger.read more
Mandy Brown
Mandy Brown
10:10 22 Feb 21
I transferred to Mountainview Recovery after a month of rehab at a different treatment center. I found that the two... centers were very different in their approach to recovery, as well as how the staff treated me as a client. From my very first day, I was treated like family at Mountainview. Through daily classes and psychotherapy, I gained the knowledge that I needed to maintain my sobriety. I came to understand why I had an addiction & eventually found the strength that I needed to return to my normal life without relying on a substance to escape. The house is beautiful & managed by staff that go out of their way to make you feel comfortable. Food was provided with weekly gift cards so we could eat what we wanted. Most of us made meals together. We had meetings by the fire pit & went on weekly hikes. I am so thankful for the lifelong connections & friendships that I made at MVR.I am stronger & happier now than I have been in decades. I wake up each morning with purpose & a sense of hope. I give Mountainview so much credit for my recovery. I could have never done this on my own.read more
Ryan M
Ryan M
18:39 10 Feb 21
I’ve had the pleasure of working with and referring to Mountainview Recovery since their program opened. They have a... skilled and dedicated staff who work diligently to provide quality care to their clients. I definitely recommend this program for those struggling with and wishing to recover from substance use disorder.read more
Tom GENTRY
Tom GENTRY
00:40 21 Jan 21
This is an excellent program for anyone who struggles with the disease of addiction. The staff are nothing short of... awesome. You will have group therapy, one on one sessions and other treatment options such as yoga, acupuncture and animal therapy.The staff at MV are friendly, openly caring about your well being and addressing your physical, mental and emotional health. There are daily opportunities to interact with on site medical services. The therapists are among the best in the country.The residential and clinical facilities are clean and well maintained with amenities such as walk in shower and a huge kitchen den combination with big screen TV's.Staff are experienced and on site 24/7 to assist in any manner that you need. I speak from experience as I am an alumni of this program and still maintain a relationship with them to this day.I can honestly say that this is the best treatment option available to help you move past your addiction and move on with your life in a healthy and productive manner.Thank you to the owners and staff....you folks changed my life in a huge way.read more
Joshua Shelton
Joshua Shelton
16:06 16 Jan 21
I highly recommend Mountainview recovery for the addict that still suffers. These folks saved my brother’s life! They... took him in with no doubts and helped turn him into the participating member of society he is today. I love this place and will ALWAYS do what I can to help..read more
Crystal Lancaster
Crystal Lancaster
21:56 14 Jan 21
I am so blessed in so many different ways to share an experience of hope, wellness and dedication to a healthy and... happy lifestyle thru Mountainview Recovery. The support and compassion given to those looking for peace and a better way of life is above and beyond. I'm thankful I've been given the opportunity to grow along a dedicated staff, that is constantly focused on providing the best care they can. If your looking for guidance and support in overcoming the trauma and pains of addiction this is a place for just that. The opposite of addiction is connection and Mountainview wants to provide the connections to help establish a life without the use of drugs. It is possible to recover and this is a place to start.read more
Makenzie St. Louis
Makenzie St. Louis
21:49 11 Jan 21
I started working here in September 2020 and have thoroughly enjoyed my time so far! We have fun in recovery and I love... working with clients to show them how incredible a sober, healthy life can be. I specialize in treating mental health and substance abuse, and utilize various techniques to ensure client’s treatment is individualized. My coworkers and I truly value each person that walks through our doors!read more
LeeBlack676
LeeBlack676
19:32 11 Jan 21
Mountainview Recovery has been an absolute pleasure to work with. Their staff is caring, professional and truly does... look out for the well-being of their patients. In my experience, I have never worked with a group of drug rehab/substance abuse professionals that are better than the ones at Mountainview Recovery. I recommend this office 10/10 to my friends, family and anyone that is looking for the best drug rehab or drug detox facility.read more
Brian Harkins
Brian Harkins
18:48 26 Nov 20
I am forever grateful to Mountainview Recovery for the following:1) saving my life2) GIVING me a beautiful life I... could never imagine in the depths of my addiction and despairThe staff at MVR understand recovery is a full-contact, lifelong process. If you’re willing to put in the work, they will not let you fail and will demonstrate incredible patience while guiding you on your path forward. Please give them a call if you or a loved one needs help.read more
Brandy McCarter
Brandy McCarter
13:48 15 Nov 20
Such an amazing family owned facility! A staff that truly cares for the well-being of those who need help. If you or a... loved one is struggling this is the place to be. I’m so glad my loved one took a leap of faith and has forever changed him for the better. I searched for days to find the very best and here is simply that. He has always spoke very highly of how well he was treated and helped throughout the process.read more
Freda Woody
Freda Woody
15:50 30 Oct 20
I am a new employee of Mountainview Recovery. I am amazed every day at the changes that I see in the clients during... their recovery. This is the first job that I have had in over 20 years that I do not dread coming into work! I even frequently come in early! The staff are very supportive of the clients AND each other. I think the spiritual aspect of the program is what has made a difference in the clients who have not been successful in other programs. If someone that you know is in need of turning their life around....this is THE PLACE that you want them to experience!!read more
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Mountainview Recovery is family owned and operated with the belief that every single person going through addiction recovery should be treated with the kindness, respect and professional care they deserve. Started in 2018, Mountainview Recovery works hard everyday to provide each and every patient the highest quality addiction recovery and substance abuse treatment services. Starting with their personalized treatment recovery plans and continuing through their aftercare services, Mountainview Recovery continues to deliver the best addiction recovery care and follows all safety and patient care requirements to be LegitScript Certified!

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