Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine addiction is accompanied by smoking crack and may be abused by polydrug (multiple substances) users. It is a complex problem that involves chemical changes in the brain as well as external factors such as social, occupational, interpersonal and environmental related problems.

A comprehensive treatment program is required to assess and effectively treat the bio-psycho-social aspects of drug abuse. There may be co-occurring psychiatric disorders requiring pharmacological and psychological interventions.

At Hope Trust we employ both residential as well as outpatient care. Cocaine abuse treatment can be facilitated by using an appropriate contingency management system. CBT is a very effective tool in preventing relapse. It helps cocaine-addicted individuals to abstain from cocaine and other substances. Hope Trust uses the 12-step program and works using a community-based recovery group approach to address the various aspects of addiction.

Our expert specialists are equipped to carry out dual diagnosis management for co-occurring mental disorders that are often part of the addiction and treat them effectively. Hope Trust follows a family counselling program that helps addicts to be understood and supported throughout their recovery, thus facilitating an effective support care system which not only helps maintain sobriety but also prevent relapse

Crack Addiction Treatment

Crack is known to be the most addictive form of cocaine. When smoked as crack it takes as little as a few seconds to feel its effects as opposed to the powder form of cocaine that is taken intranasal, which takes up to 10 minutes.

We believe there are three major requirements to treat drug addiction: abstinence, relapse prevention and rehabilitation. Firstly when an addict abstains from drugs, they may face withdrawal symptoms. They require care, medical support and understanding to help manage these effects. In medical terms it is called detox.

Crystal Meth Addiction

Treatment Detox helps in flushing out the drug from the body; it is required before starting any treatment. Crystal meth addiction treatment is supervised and monitored by Hope Trust’s competent medical personnel.

The first step is to rid the addict’s body of methamphetamine which is the main chemical in crystal meth. Next the treatment addresses the psychological and physical effects of meth addiction. Hope Trust has effective personal counselling, group therapy sessions and an introduction to the 12-step program. Further there is a deeper learning and understanding about eth addiction and its ill-effects on body and mind.

GHB Addiction Treatment

GHB is a synthetic drug that is widely used as an anaesthetic or as a sleeping pill. But serious addiction to this drug over time can cause tremendous health damage such as liver failure, seizures, breathing difficulties, slipping into comatose, cognitive difficulties and perceptual abnormalities such as hallucinations etc.

Hope Trust supports the addict’s detox program with the help of fully trained medical professionals who can help them overcome withdrawal symptoms. With the treatment imparted at Hope Trust, withdrawal symptoms for addicts can be greatly reduced. Post the detox session, clients are made to go on a strong recovery foundation that include personal and group counselling sessions and other recovery centred programs.

Our Family Support Program is aimed at helping the family deal with the situation during and after treatment.

Heroin Addiction Treatment

Early detection of heroin ensures effective treatment. There are many pharmacological options but synthetic opiates such as methadone, Burprenorphine, methadone and Subutex are particularly useful in blocking the effects of heroin and can control withdrawal symptoms. Accompanying psychotherapy can also be used to treat this type of addiction effectively. Integrating both treatment methods can result in the desired outcome.

Cognitive Behavioural interventions help the patients develop healthy knowledge and behaviour towards drug use and strengthen their skills to cope with various stress factors which could potentially trigger relapse

Detox in itself is useful in relieving withdrawal symptoms, so that the addict gets used to a drug-free state. Detox also reduces medical complications. It is an essential step leading to long-term treatment through Residential or Outpatient Program at Hope Trust.

The programs employed at Hope Trust are drug-free therapeutic community residential programs lasting between 4 to 6 months. This is considered an optimum amount of time and has a better chance against relapse than short-term courses that only focus on detox but not on life- long term recovery. .

Ketamine Addiction Treatment

Ketamine is similar to laughing gas or PCP and causes sensory and perceptual impairment such as hallucinations and dream-like states with short-term effects of impaired memory, learning ability and motor functions, near-death experiences (K-hole) and fatal respiratory problems. Known to cause erratic behaviour on consumption, it is largely used to eliminate pain and under its influence the drug user may cause serious physical injury to themselves and others.

At Hope Trust we can tell you that drug users addicted to Ketamine or other substances can quit and stay clean, provided they are open to treatment and build a solid foundation of recovery. Hope Trust ensures that the user feels welcome into a home like environment with empathetic staff. . There are also recovering addicts here who can share their experiences to which you can relate to.

Hope Trust has an effective detox program, personal counselling, group therapy sessions and an introduction to the 12-step program. The 12-step program is a lifelong path to recovery and rehabilitation from addiction. Further there is a deeper learning and understanding about Ketamine addiction and its ill-effects on the body and mind. Our Family Support Program helps the affected family members cope with the situation during and after the treatment process.

Cannabis / Marijuana (‘Weed’ ‘Grass’) Addiction Treatment

Like other substance dependence disorders cannabis or marijuana dependence is very similar.

Hope Trust employs a long-term treatment model to treat drug users effectively while teaching them self-management. Some addicts may be suffering from Co-morbid addictions or several mental disorders simultaneously, soliciting care and treatment. Hope Trust has a very good track record with dual-diagnosis treatment.

Hope Trust has an effective detox program, personal counselling, group therapy sessions and an introduction to the 12-step program. The 12-step program is a lifelong path to recovery and rehabilitation from addiction. Further there is a deeper learning and understanding about cannabis addiction and its ill-effects on the body and mind.

Our Family Support Program helps the affected family members in coping with the situation during and after the treatment process.

MDMA (Ecstasy) Addiction Treatment

Ecstasy or MDMA is a highly addictive drug that causes altering of perception and hallucinations. It is responsible for causing both physical and psychological dependence. The side effects have come to occur in the longer run, preceded by euphoric hallucinogenic effects. But it can cause serious behavioural and health consequences..

Short-term addiction can still be treated with abstinence but the cycle of dependency continues in long-term and cannot be withdrawn immediately. Such withdrawal can cause serious medical complications.

At Hope Trust, we understand the delicate nature of this addiction and provide a number of drug and non-drug treatment options. We offer personal counselling, behaviour modification, and detoxification with the use of appropriate medication. .

Hope Trust follows the 12-step program, which is a lifelong path to recovery and rehabilitation from addiction. Further there is a deeper learning and understanding about MDMA addiction and its ill-effects on the body and mind.

Our Family Support Program helps the affected family members cope with the situation during and after the treatment process.

Methadone Addiction Treatment

Methadone addiction is related to heroin addiction and has become a widespread problem. Methadone is used to treat the withdrawal symptoms of heroin during detox. Some say that withdrawal symptoms of methadone can be harsher than heroin withdrawal symptoms.

Methadone requires both medicated and non-medicated approach and requires primary residential treatment. Hope Trust has personal counselling, behaviour modification, and detoxification methods. Hope Trust employs both in and outpatient recovery programs.

Hope Trust follows the 12-step program, which is a lifelong path to recovery and rehabilitation from addiction. Further there is a deeper learning and understanding about MDMA addiction and its ill-effects on the body and mind.

Our Family Support Program helps the affected family members in coping with the situation during and after the treatment process.

OxyContin Addiction Treatment

A lot of drug users who are addicted to OxyContin tend to have a history of alcohol or other drug abuses. It is an opiate analgesic which reduces pain but is highly addictive.

At Hope Trust our inpatient treatment includes detox with non-addictive medications that help decrease the pain and discomfort felt from Oxycontin withdrawal while preventing you from developing another addiction.

During a medical detox, clients live in home like, comfortable environment under 24-hour observation. Every care is taken to reduce the discomfort of withdrawal through personal counselling, behaviour modification, and detoxification methods.

This initial withdrawal phase lasts for about a week. Upon completion, patients feel much better and are ready to progress to continuing addiction treatment. Leaving treatment after only detox almost guarantees relapse and a need to repeat the uncomfortable and possibly dangerous withdrawal period. Detox is not treatment; detox simply allows treatment to start.

Post-detox, treatment includes Individual therapy and group therapy, CBT, 12 step meetings, group therapy, development of life skills, vocational, educational programs, Yoga, meditation, audio-video inputs, Family Support Program.

Valium Addiction Treatment

Valium is a benzodiazepine drug that causes physical dependence and benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome. The symptoms are similar to alcohol and barbiturate withdrawal. Withdrawal symptoms can be experienced even from prescribed dosage or short-term usage. The longer the usage, the more unpleasant are the withdrawal symptoms.

This initial withdrawal phase may take up to 3 weeks. Upon completion, patients feel much better and are ready to progress to continuing addiction treatment. Leaving treatment after detox almost guarantees relapse and a need to repeat the uncomfortable withdrawal period. Detox is not treatment; detox simply allows treatment to take place.

Post-detox treatment at Hope Trust includes individual and group therapy, CBT, 12 step meetings, group therapy, development of life skills, audio- video inputs, Yoga, and Family Support Program.

Vicodin and Codeine / Cough Syrup Addiction Treatment

Hydrocodone popularly sold as Vicodin is largely used as a painkiller and is a synthetic opiate form of Codeine. Although branded as a painkiller, there’s no physical reduction of pain. It dopes the brain to ignore the pain being caused in the body. Slowly the body becomes used to and addicted to this painkiller.

Codeine is also ingested via Cough Syrups.

At Hope Trust, we have treatment for Vicodin addiction, such as residential rehabilitation lasting up to 4 months including a medical detox. Pharmacotherapy might be used to switch to another medication in order to treat Vicodin addiction. Short-term users might not need pharmacotherapy but long-term addicts or those suffering from chronic pain might be helped through this treatment.

Detox may have possible side effects such as sweats, chills, upset stomach, and anxiety tremors but can be treated effectively at Hope Trust, medically and non-medically. Some people may have concerns about using pharmacotherapy as they are afraid it may substitute one addiction for another. However, we do not use drugs on which clients can get dependent - thus helping them reduce their dependency on the primary drug and eventually leading to abstinence. This initial withdrawal phase from the dependent drug may take some time. Upon completion, patients feel much better and are ready to progress to continuing addiction treatment. Leaving treatment only after detox almost guarantees relapse and a need to repeat the uncomfortable withdrawal period. Detox is not treatment; detox simply allows treatment to take place.

Post-detox treatment includes a residential program with , Individual and group therapy, CBT, 12 step work, development of life skills, vocational, educational programs, Family Support Program.

Xanax Addiction Rehab Treatment

Xanax is known to be a highly addictive drug and abruptly stopping its use may lead to serious or even fatal health status. Hope Trust provides a safe haven to detox the drug user completely and provide effective medical and non-medical treatment. It is specially supervised by a team of specialists who can provide any medical attention to withdrawal symptoms.

Xanax is related to benzodiazepine addiction often causing mood swings or panic attacks. Hope Trust provides the required tolerance and support through various addiction treatment interventions. Residential treatment provided by Hope Trust is very effective for long-term recovery and rehabilitation.

This initial withdrawal phase from the dependent drug may take some time. Upon completion, the addict feels much better and is ready to progress to continuing addiction treatment. Leaving treatment only after detox almost guarantees relapse and a need to repeat the uncomfortable withdrawal period. Detox is not treatment; detox simply allows treatment to take place.

The Hope Trust residential recovery program includes participating in addiction treatment programs with Individual therapy, CBT, 12 step meetings, group therapy, development of life skills, Yoga, audio-video educational programs, Family Support Program.

Yaba Addiction Treatment

Yaba means “crazy medicine” in Thai. It is widely produced in Southeast and East Asia. Yaba drug users face risks similar to anyone who uses methamphetamine such as rapid heart rate, increased blood pressure, and damage to brain blood vessels leading to a stroke. This drug is known to impact mental state adversely causing paranoia, rage and hallucinations. Those who inject the drug intravenously also risk themselves to HIV, Hepatitis B & C etc.

Addicts may consume up to 10 or more tablets and develop a psychosis in the long run, which can be difficult to treat. However, with effective treatment and long-term abstinence, patients can fully recover.

During a medical detox, clients live in home like, comfortable environment under 24-hour observation. Every care is taken at Hope Trust to reduce the discomfort of withdrawal through personal counselling, behaviour modification, and detoxification methods.

This initial withdrawal phase lasts for about a week. Upon completion, patients feel much better and are ready to progress to continuing addiction treatment. Leaving treatment after detox almost guarantees relapse and a need to repeat the uncomfortable withdrawal period. Detox is not treatment; detox simply allows treatment to take place.

Post-detox treatment includes residential program with Individual therapy, CBT, 12 step work, group therapy, development of life skills, audio-video educational programs, Yoga, Family Support Program