Crack Addiction Rehab in Arizona

Inpatient Drug Treatment Center for Young Men

The use of crack cocaine can quickly turn from recreational use to dependency. Since it’s cheaper than powdered cocaine and produces a more intense high, crack is well-liked among drug users and often leads to a powerful addiction.

Drug addiction can not only be detrimental to your health, but it can also cause you to lose your employment, close relationships with friends and family, and your overall self-worth. While a heightened sense of awareness and extreme euphoria may feel great at the moment, crack can grab hold of your life in ways you never thought possible. But why is crack so much more addicting than its sister drug, cocaine? Does your insurance company cover you? Find out here!

Our Arizona drug rehab center is here to help you break through the ways of drug addiction. Contact us today!

The Difference in Form

Crack is chemically very similar to cocaine, as both are derived from the same coca plant and made into tiny crystals. With crack, however, the process includes an additional step where the crystals are boiled down and combined with sodium bicarbonate. This extra purification may seem minimal, but it has a huge impact on how it interacts with your body.

Because crack is in rock form, users generally inhale the vapors instead of snorting the drug, allowing them to reach maximum levels in less than a minute. Crack tends to be a preferred drug choice with its more intense rush and cheaper street price than cocaine, but unfortunately, crack users are also at a much higher risk of overdose and addiction.

The effects of crack can vary from person to person, but they typically include intense feelings of euphoria and an increased heart rate. When you come down from the high though, you may experience extreme mood changes, bouts of anxiety or depression, insomnia, paranoia, and even hallucinations. Crack can also negatively affect relationships with family, friends, and loved ones.

Treating Your Drug Addiction

Admitting you are dependent on a drug is not easy, but when crack begins to take over every aspect of your life, it’s time to seek professional help. Deciding to kick your drug addiction is a brave, yet scary first step, and because the detox symptoms can be intense, it’s important to heal and recover in a long-term facility like The PAC Program.

At our drug treatment center, you will find yourself in a community of other young men ages 18 to 30. Our clients tend to identify with the counselors and specialists here, as the entire team is made up of members who have personally experienced and successfully recovered from addictions of their own. Since we only house up to 24 clients at a time, you can be sure to escape your addiction in an environment that is compassionate, relaxing and stress-free.

Our Approach to Drug Treatment

We understand that your background with crack is unique, as are the reasons you started in the first place. For that reason, we are committed to providing you with customized care to meet your individual challenges. We focus on the 12-steps, behavioral therapies—both individual, group, and family—as well as holistic drug rehabilitation.

As you transition into independent living, we find it important to find ways to have fun in sobriety. Through outdoor adventures like hiking, rock climbing, camping, and kayaking, you will learn to trust and work as part of a team. It is our hope that through these activities and rehabilitation, can help you break through and overcome your addiction once and for all.

Overcoming crack addiction is difficult, no matter when or why you started. But with the guidance of our personable staff members, it is possible. If you are ready to relieve yourself of your deepest struggles and restore normalcy back into your life, The PAC Program is the place to do it. The team at The PAC Program proudly serve patients in Prescott, PhoenixTucsonMesaScottsdale and all of Arizona.

If you or a loved one needs help, please call us at
623-523-4748 and our team at Blueprints For Recovery in Arizona will help.