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Cocaine Support Groups
Updated on 17/09/2021
Medically reviewed by
Dr Alexander Lapa (Psychiatrist)

Worldwide, cocaine support groups are attended by individuals who find their lives controlled by a cocaine addiction.

Hosted by psychologists, counsellors and recovery support workers, cocaine support groups ensure that support and guidance can be sought.

Although cocaine support groups do not replace addiction treatment, they play a vital role in an individual’s recovery.

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Benefits Of Cocaine Support Groups

From providing a safe space to express feelings to having the opportunity to learn more about addictions and recovery, attending a cocaine support group comes hand-in-hand with many benefits that contribute to a long-term cocaine addiction recovery.Support Groups

In addition to the above, attending a cocaine support group essentially reduces the risk of relapse and enhances relationships that may have been affected by a cocaine addiction.

Cocaine support groups also enable family members, friends and employers to secure help and advice on how to help someone struggling with cocaine addiction.

Help Finding The Right Cocaine Support Group

Whether you are hoping to attend an in-person 12-step support group that can help you achieve and maintain sobriety or would like to participate in a cocaine support group to increase your awareness of cocaine addictions and treatments available, we have outlined several cocaine support groups below.

 

Cocaine Anonymous [1]

A 12-step support group, Cocaine Anonymous hosts numerous open and closed meetings each day. Although many of the sessions can be attended by anyone affected by cocaine addiction, some meetings are hosted to cater to specific needs. For example, a selection of support groups are aimed at newcomers, men and women.

To locate a cocaine support group in your local area, visit the Cocaine Anonymous website here. If you prefer to attend an online meeting, there are several options, all of which can be reviewed here.

In the instance that immediate help and guidance is required, call 0800 612 0225.

 

SMART Recovery [2]

SMART Recovery is a support group that welcomes people recovering from a wealth of different substance and behavioural addictions to continue their recovery following rehab treatment.

Combining therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, with education and self-help sessions, SMART Recovery hosts over 3,000 meetings each week.

Visit the SMART Recovery website here to locate a suitable meeting.

 

We Are With You [3]

Previously known as Addaction, We Are With You offer free and confidential support via several local services. Though many cocaine support groups are conducted in group settings, We Are With You focus on providing one-to-one confidential support at their centres.

Irrespective of your age, We Are With You can see to your needs. Locate a centre near you here.

 

Narcotics Anonymous [4]

Hosting open and closed drug support groups, Narcotics Anonymous ensures that those suffering from cocaine addictions and those affected by someone else’s cocaine addiction can secure confidential support and guidance.

Like many other cocaine support groups, meetings held by Narcotics Anonymous can be found throughout the United Kingdom. Several sessions are also hosted virtually via Zoom.

Search for an in-person meeting here or join an online meeting here.

 

Families Anonymous [5]

Cocaine support groups held by Families Anonymous enables family members and friends to seek advice, guidance, information and immediate support as they come to terms with a loved one’s cocaine addiction and deal with the aftermath that addictions often have.

Offering a safe space for those in attendance to discuss their concerns and worries, attending meetings held by Families Anonymous remains highly beneficial.

United Kingdom-based meetings can be found via the Families Anonymous website here.

Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Although many benefits are associated with attending a cocaine support group, it is essential to remember that attending a support group does not replace the need for addiction treatment.Detoxification and Rehabilitation Help Many Overcome Painkiller Addictions

If you are struggling with a cocaine addiction and are yet to complete an addiction treatment programme, you must do so.

Cocaine addiction treatment includes detoxification and rehabilitation. Often administered at private inpatient rehab, these treatments are combined to ensure that the body and brain withdraw from cocaine.

Detoxification and rehabilitation also identify the underlying cause of cocaine addictions and mitigate the psychological ramifications experienced.

As cocaine addictions simultaneously co-exist with other substance addictions and mental health disorders, dual diagnosis treatment is an additional cocaine addiction treatment.

When administered, dual diagnosis treatment ensures that substance addictions and mental health disorders are overcome at the same time to enhance recovery rates.

Contact Us Today For Cocaine Addiction Support

If you require help locating a suitable cocaine support group, here at Addiction Advocates, we are on hand to provide just that.

We can also ensure that you can refer yourself or a loved one for cocaine addiction treatment at a suitable rehab facility if need be.

To take advantage of our help, contact us today on 0800 012 6088 — alternatively, email [email protected]

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Should you combine a Support Group and Inpatient Treatment?
Combining a support group and inpatient treatment can be extremely beneficial, which is why many inpatient rehabs advocate attending support groups upon completing cocaine detox and cocaine rehab.

Though inpatient cocaine addiction treatment is effective, combining support groups increases the chance that those in recovery will maintain their sobriety in the months and years that follow. Combining support groups and inpatient treatment also guarantees that continued support and advice can be sought.
Are there online Cocaine Support groups?
Yes, a number of cocaine support groups, such as Cocaine Anonymous, additionally host online support groups to ensure that anyone can access the support they need irrespective of their location in the United Kingdom.

Online support groups are just as effective as in-person support groups and usually last between 60 and 90 minutes.

Groups that are hosted online also cover a wide range of topics. For example, online support groups arranged by Cocaine Anonymous include newcomer’s meetings, location-specific meetings, question and answer meetings and bilingual meetings.
What support groups are suitable for family members and friends?
While many support groups are on hand to assist those suffering from cocaine addictions and those in recovery, a selection of cocaine support groups are suitable for family members and friends.

Cocaine support groups for family members and friends affected by someone else’s cocaine addiction include open Cocaine Anonymous meetings, Adfam meetings, Families Anonymous meetings and Al-Anon.

References

  • [1] Cocaine Anonymous - https://cocaineanonymous.org.uk
  • [2] SMART Recovery - https://smartrecovery.org.uk
  • [3] We Are With You - https://www.wearewithyou.org.uk
  • [4] Narcotics Anonymous - https://ukna.org
  • [5] Families Anonymous - http://famanon.org.uk
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