New Jersey Cocaine Help
New Jersey Cocaine Help is readily available through a variety of community health centers and rehab centers. Cocaine is a major problem in the United States due to its abuse potential and the addictive nature of the drug. Cocaine is a stimulant (paste) extracted from the leaves of the coca plant. It is a strong stimulant that affects the body's central nervous system. New Jersey Cocaine Help realizes that many people begin using cocaine out of curiosity, but become addicted quickly to the drug. Cocaine is referred to on the street as Coke, Nose Candy, White Pony, Toot, Flake, or Cain. It appears as white powder and is often mixed with sugar, cornstarch, vitamins or flour. Crack Cocaine looks like a small rock, chunks or chips.
Cocaine can be injected, smoked, sniffed or snorted. The dangers of New Jersey Cocaine use include: rapid breathing, bloody nose, nasal infections, chest pain, sweating, vomiting, insomnia, loss of appetite and hallucinations. New Jersey Cocaine Help knows that Cocaine creates an intense sense of exhilaration. Users generally feel invincible, carefree, alert and have a great deal of energy. This intense sensation is usually followed by agitation, depression, anxiety, and paranoia along with decreased appetite.
Crack Cocaine is Cocaine that has been cooked or processed into rock like structures through an uncomplicated process. The rocks are smoked in a small pipe or can that has been readied for smoking. Crack delivers a much more intense rush which makes it more appealing and more addictive as well. Unfortunately, many pimps involved in the prostitution trade often force this powerful drug onto women so they become hooked on crack This allows the pimp's to more easily exert control over the women. The scope of the black market Cocaine trade in New Jersey and the United States is staggering. Most Cocaine is smuggled into the United States from Columbia and a number of other South American countries. In the 1980's most cocaine entered the U.S. through Florida via the Bahamas Islands. The Bahamas provided a great staging area for the traffickers because of the hundreds of remote islands that make up the country. Because of this, the DEA and U.S. Customs began to relocate their interdiction assets to this area in great numbers. The traffickers began suffering huge losses of cocaine during this era. This interruption of smuggling forced the traffickers to explore other import territories available to them. Today Mexico and Texas are considered to be the new cocaine highway entry point into the United States.
New Jersey Cocaine Help realizes the serious nature of cocaine addiction and its consequences. Crack cocaine has ravaged our communities and streets. The consequences of crack and cocaine abuse are evident on any street corner in any major metropolitan city. One only has to drive through downtown Trenton, New Jersey or Camden, New Jersey and they will probably see someone high on crack or coming down off cocaine. Because Cocaine is a powerful stimulant, it is not uncommon for cocaine and crack users to stay up for days chasing down their drug. Many women become so addicted, they will do anything for the drug, including selling their bodies. They may also become prostitutes so they can remain in the area of the drug or their dealers. While addicted to cocaine or crack, it is not uncommon for the user to neglect their personal hygiene. It is normal to see a long term crack addict with many teeth missing or no teeth at all. Their skin has suffered greatly from the intense urge to scratch and itch. Usually pockmarks develop due to this condition. Many long-term crack addicts also exhibit tics (twitch's) of the head, hands or body. New Jersey Cocaine is no different than any other Cocaine. Recent studies revealed that 75 % of all dollar bills tested in the United States had some residue of cocaine on them. This is a sad statistic but one which reflects the enormous problem of cocaine use in the United States.
New Jersey Cocaine Help recognizes the need for professional help when it comes to cocaine or crack cocaine addiction. Treatment offers the best chance of a full recovery from this powerful addiction. There are many treatment options available to individuals who are addicted to cocaine and or other substances available throughout the U.S. One may wish to attend a Detoxification program where they can be professionally detoxified from cocaine or any other drugs they may have been using. This detoxification protocol is usually set in a secure hospital-like setting and under the over sight of a medical team. Medications are used to eliminate the sometimes painful withdrawal symptoms associated with addiction. After the detoxification phase is complete, the patient then will enter the rehab portion of their treatment. This phase is where they will explore the reasons drugs like cocaine became so important to them and why they became addicted. New Jersey has several fine treatment centers, but one of the most distinguished and effective agencies for addiction treatment is Genesis House Recovery in South Florida. Genesis House has been in operation for almost twenty years and has treated thousands of people with addiction problems.
Genesis House has a fantastic thirty-day treatment program as well an extended track. The beautiful grounds are full of lush flowers, palm trees and Ficus Trees. Many clients attending treatment become very involved in the Genesis Community and find it difficult to leave when the time comes for discharge. Many refer friends and loved ones to Genesis House long after their successful graduation. A recent Florida Department of Children and Families inspection rated the Genesis House a 99% rating out of a possible 100% for overall clinical, administrative and living appropriateness. The Genesis House program can be reached 24/7 toll-free at 1-888-576-7778 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Genesis House and please visit their website http://www.genesishouse.net. If you or someone you know is suffering form addiction or a drinking problem, don't hesitate to call. If that person is resistant to going for help, you may assistance from a professional Interventionist. Genesis House can help New Jersey Cocaine addicts and others in need. An intervention is the process of getting a person into treatment by using a trained counselor, doctor and family to confront and place the addicted person into a safe treatment setting. Ask the team at Genesis House about our Intervention Program by calling now 1-888-576-7778.