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Addiction to any drug including crack can be incredibly frightening and it can wreak havoc on the life of the addict and the people around them. It’s important for addicts to understand that addiction is a chronic disease, not a personal failure, and with that in mind, people can also receive treatment and live a life of recovery, but they have to take the first steps.

One of the first steps to living a crack-free life is contacting a toll-free crack hotline so you can receive more information about addiction and the treatment options available.

The Recovery Village operates a toll-free crack abuse hotline in Colorado so residents of cities and towns including Boulder, Denver, Colorado Springs, Palmer Lake and statewide can receive access to valuable information as well as being connected to treatment resources.

Why Should You Call A Colorado Crack Abuse Hotline?

You may be wondering what the purpose of a free crack hotline is, which will be explained below.

First, crack cocaine is a highly addictive version of cocaine that’s been manufactured to create crystallized rocks that are smoked. When someone smokes crack it quickly enters their bloodstream and delivers an extremely powerful high, which only lasts for around 5 to 10 minutes. Because of the short duration of the high created by crack, people tend to binge on this drug to keep the effects going.

Crack is incredibly addictive, and when someone tries to stop using it they may experience withdrawal symptoms.

It’s difficult to stop using crack without proper treatment, and that’s the value of contacting a free 24-hour hotline like the one operated by The Recovery Village.

Our team of intake specialists at our Palmer Lake, Colorado crack helpline are available to answer questions you may have about addiction, learn more about you, and if you are ready, start the treatment process. People tend to have a lot of apprehension about the concept of receiving treatment for crack addiction because they’re ashamed, not ready or simply don’t know what to expect. These are all things that can be addressed when you contact our 24-hour crack hotline.

The intake specialist will take the time to ask you about your addiction and you as a person to learn the best treatment options for you. You can also learn more about what treatment might look like for you, and ask any questions you may have in a judgement-free, confidential setting.

Treatment for Crack Addiction in Colorado

When you contact our Palmer Lake, Colorado crack abuse hotline, you may or may not be ready to receive treatment. This can be discussed, and either way, you should still contact our crack helpline.

Treatment options for crack addiction include primarily behavioral treatments, and in a dual diagnosis situation, you’re treated not only for your addiction to crack but also for any co-existing mental disorders or issues you may suffer from. This tends to be the most effective way to treat addiction.

Our team of intake specialists that you’ll reach when calling our free Colorado crack abuse hotline can also not just tell you more about treatment and what’s available, but can also help you understand how to pay for rehab, whether or not insurance covers rehab, and how much rehab costs.

Many people aren’t aware of the many financial options that are available to cover the cost of rehab for a crack addiction or any substance abuse disorder.

When Should You Call A Crack Hotline?

If you or someone around you is experiencing an emergency, an overdose or a life-threatening situation, do not call our crack hotline. If medical attention is needed, please call 911 immediately.

Otherwise, if you have a crack abuse problem and want to know more about treatment and recovery, please contact us.

People also frequently wonder if they can contact our free 24-hour hotline if their loved one suffers from a crack addiction, and the answer is yes.

Regardless of whether or not your loved one is interested in treatment, our intake specialists may be able to provide you with the information you can use to help that person get on a path toward recovery.

Other relevant phone numbers include:

The National Poison Control Center: 800-222-1222

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-TALK (8255)

The National Mental Health Association: 800-969-6642

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