Cocaine Addiction

At Delamere, we offer exemplary cocaine addiction help in our first-class purpose-built facility. We have proven that anyone can recover from cocaine addiction with the right support and treatment. 

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Cocaine Addiction
Cocaine Addiction
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Mike Delaney
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Mike Delaney - Clinical Director at Delamere

Cocaine addiction help at Delamere

Many who suffer from cocaine addiction are unable to break the cycle of compulsive cocaine use, even when the drug’s negative effects become life-threatening. Cocaine addiction treatment at Delamere is designed to provide you or a loved one with the necessary tools to live a life free from addiction. During your time at Delamere, our 4-phase programme will start by taking you through a safe and assisted cocaine detox supervised by our team of medical professionals. United by a common goal to support guests in growing from addiction, our Delamere team is made up of passionate therapists, doctors, nurses, counsellors, and support staff, some of whom have also overcome addictions themselves.

If you, or a loved one, are currently struggling with a cocaine addiction, we provide a purposefully intensive 4-phase cocaine addiction treatment programme to address the root causes of the problem to support long-term results at our private rehab in Cheshire.

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“Delamere focuses on equipping you with the tools to love sobriety and understand what led to the addiction in the first place which really helped me grow.” – Former Delamere guest


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When to seek cocaine addiction treatment

The use of cocaine produces inordinate amounts of dopamine that build up in the brain. Dopamine is one of the prominent natural feel-good chemicals that we receive as a reward for engaging in healthy activities that are necessary for our survival and happiness. People typically come into cocaine rehab when their relationship with the drug has begun to take over their daily life, affecting relationships, finances, and more.

Here are some of the main cocaine addiction signs and symptoms:

  • Withdrawal from relationships.
  • Hyperactivity or a particularly anxious and panicky demeanour.
  • Loss of weight.
  • Heightened sex drive.
  • Struggling finances.
  • Using cocaine at all times of the day and outside acceptable social situations.

At Delamere, we provide an intensive treatment for cocaine addiction during which we take a holistic approach to healing the mind, body, and soul of the individual.

“My own journey through addiction was the inspiration for Delamere. We provide exemplary care in first-class facilities, focusing on creating lasting outcomes for our guests and their families. Helping them not just overcome their addiction, but grow beyond it.”

Martin Preston
Founder & CEO

The Delamere approach to cocaine addiction treatment

An inpatient stay at Delamere is a deliberately intensive 4-phase cocaine addiction treatment, one which we have crafted over time and has helped many participants recover. Our emphasis is on holistic care to treat addiction and associated issues. This means that we treat the whole person rather than just the symptoms they present with. We believe that successful treatment runs far deeper than simply stopping the addictive substance or behaviour.

Our approach at Delamere comprises 4 core phases: Stop, Start, Grow, & Bloom. Everything we offer at Delamere aims at effective and lasting outcomes in addiction treatment:

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    Stage 1: Stop

    This phase addresses any physical aspects of your addiction. Our medical team is on hand 24/7 to ensure a safe and effective withdrawal.

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    Stage 2: Start

    During ‘Start’ we help identify the psychological underpinnings of your dependency as you participate in a variety of addiction treatment therapies.

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    Stage 3: Grow

    Our ‘Grow’ phase is the process of integrating the Delamere learning experience into life after treatment.

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    Stage 4: Bloom

    Our ‘Bloom’ phase offers intensive support on a weekly basis for the first three months of recovery once guests return home.

How to encourage a loved one to get cocaine addiction treatment

Living alongside someone who has a cocaine problem can be exhausting, painful, and confusing. If you are looking for help for a friend, working with someone, or living alongside someone who is displaying symptoms of cocaine addiction, we’re here to help. It may be that the person in question is in denial about the extent of their problem, possibly even refusing to acknowledge that there even is one.

At Delamere, we provide family support services as well as intervention services whereby we help prepare and rehearse a formal intervention that will culminate in your loved one entering treatment with us. If you are considering organising an intervention for your loved one, friend, or colleague, contact Delamere today.


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Frequently asked questions about cocaine addiction

What makes cocaine so addictive?

Cocaine increases the levels of a chemical called dopamine which gives a sense of euphoria and wellbeing. Regular users of cocaine become accustomed to increased dopamine levels – such that when they don’t use the drug they feel ‘lacking’ and depressed. Cravings and an incessant thought of cocaine often feature and are overwhelming.

What are the long-term effects of avoiding treatment for cocaine addiction?

If you, or a loved one, are struggling to accept your problem with substances and are avoiding treatment for cocaine addiction, it will likely have severe long-term physical side effects including but not limited to:

  • Permanent damage to the heart and brain.
  • Damage to or loss of the cartilage that divides the nostrils.
  • Respiratory problems or failure.
  • Vein damage, ulcers, and gangrene.

Visit our help guides to find a comprehensive list of the effects of cocaine.

Who do I contact for more information about cocaine addiction treatment?

We have a highly experienced, friendly admissions team, just a phone call away to discuss any queries that you may have about getting help with cocaine addiction. You can contact us today, either by phone, email, or live chat.

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