Cocaine Addiction Hotline - America's Rehab Campuses
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Cocaine Addiction Hotline

A cocaine hotline can connect you with the help and resources you need to bring you one step closer to recovering from cocaine addiction.

Cocaine use led to 14,556 overdose deaths in 2017, which accounted for more than 16% of all drug overdose deaths that year. Cocaine is a highly addictive stimulant that becomes even more deadly when used with substances like alcohol, heroin, and fentanyl. If you or someone you know is suffering from cocaine addiction, a cocaine hotline can provide you with resources that could help you save a life — including your own.

America’s Rehab Campuses’s cocaine hotline is a 24-hour confidential telephone service you can call to receive information about cocaine use, overdose, addiction, and professional treatment options. The trained, professional addiction specialists at the other end of a cocaine hotline will encourage you to speak openly and freely about cocaine use and addiction without passing judgment.

Cocaine Hotline

Speak with an Advisor 24/7 – Toll-Free

Why should I call a  Cocaine Hotline?

Call a 24-hour cocaine hotline any time you feel you need support and guidance with regard to cocaine addiction or with seeking treatment. Call a cocaine hotline to learn more about treatment costs or about effective treatment programs for cocaine addiction. You can also call a cocaine hotline if you think you may have a problem with cocaine use, but aren’t sure which signs and symptoms point to cocaine addiction.

If you suspect a cocaine overdose, call 911 or emergency services immediately instead of a cocaine hotline.

Signs of cocaine overdose include:

  • Sweating.
  • High body temperature.
  • Loss of bladder control.
  • Fast or irregular heart rate.
  • Bluish tint to skin.
  • Rapid or difficulty breathing.
  • Loss of awareness of surroundings.
  • Seizures.
  • Loss of consciousness.

What Kind of Questions Will a Cocaine Hotline Ask?

The first question a cocaine hotline will ask is whether you or someone else is in a life-threatening situation related to cocaine use, such as an overdose. If you say yes, you will be instructed to hang up and call 911 or emergency services for assistance.

Other questions you may be asked when calling a cocaine hotline:

  • How long have you been using cocaine?
  • How much cocaine do you normally use?
  • Are you using cocaine with other substances, and if so, which ones?
  • Do you suffer from anxiety, depression, PTSD, or another co-occurring disorder?
  • Are you ready and willing to seek treatment for cocaine abuse?

Will My Phone Call Be Confidential?

Yes, all calls made to a cocaine hotline are strictly confidential so you can receive the help and treatment you need to safely recover from cocaine abuse.

Can I Begin the Cocaine Recovery Process When I Call?

Yes, you can discuss your available cocaine treatment options and be steered toward a professional drug rehab center. Cocaine addiction can be safely and effectively treated using behavioral interventions such as contingency management, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dual diagnosis therapy for those who also suffer co-occurring disorders like depression, schizophrenia, or an eating disorder.

Which Number Should I Call for Help?

Call our 24-hour cocaine hotline at 833-272-7342 if you need help. An experienced and caring addiction specialist with America’s Rehab Campuses will answer all your questions and perform a free insurance benefits check so you can begin the treatment process immediately. Alternately, use our confidential contact form to receive a phone call and get help for cocaine addiction today.

Cocaine Hotline

Speak with an Advisor 24/7 – Toll-Free

1-833-272-7342