Crack cocaine rehab

“The first step towards change is awareness. The second step is acceptance.” – Nathaniel Branden

The most important step in recovery is always recognising you need help and reaching out for it. Crack rehab can provide that crucial help, empower you to transform your life and restore your hope for the future. If you or someone you know is struggling with an addiction to crack, we understand the immense challenges you face. At Oasis Runcorn, we offer comprehensive and compassionate crack cocaine rehab programmes designed to guide you towards lasting recovery and begin the healing process.

What is crack cocaine rehab?

Crack cocaine rehab is a specialised treatment programme designed to address the unique challenges associated with crack addiction. Crack rehab will enable you to break free from dependency and regain control of your life. With a multidisciplinary approach, crack rehab focuses on healing the mind, body and spirit, aiming for long-term recovery and improved overall well-being.

The primary goals of crack rehab are to:

  • Clear the body from crack cocaine and its harmful effects through drug detox.
  • Address the underlying causes of drug addiction to crack cocaine.
  • Equip you with new coping mechanisms and life skills.
  • Provide ongoing support and relapse prevention strategies.

What are the benefits of crack rehab?

Embarking on a crack rehab journey offers a multitude of benefits that extend far beyond overcoming drug addiction:

  • Improved health: Crack rehab provides the opportunity to restore physical and mental health as your body can begin to heal the damage caused by crack cocaine use.
  • Enhanced relationships: Crack rehab provides a chance to rebuild trust, mend broken connections, and foster healthier, more meaningful relationships.
  • Legal stability: Crack abuse often leads to legal troubles. By seeking crack rehab, you can avoid any potential legal issues and bring stability to your life.
  • Emotional well-being: Crack rehab addresses the emotional turmoil associated with crack abuse and dependency. It can help you heal from past traumas and manage stress and mental health issues.
  • Social benefits: Crack rehab provides opportunities to build a support network with other people in recovery. These connections can play a vital role in sustaining long-term sobriety.

Do I need crack cocaine rehab?

Any amount of crack cocaine use can have dire consequences, but if you are still unsure whether you require crack rehab, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Have you tried to quit using crack cocaine but been unsuccessful?
  • Is your crack use causing negative consequences in your personal or professional life?
  • Do you experience cravings, withdrawal symptoms or intense urges to use crack cocaine?
  • Has your physical or mental health deteriorated due to crack use?
  • Have you had legal problems because of crack cocaine?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, crack rehab can help you succeed on your recovery journey.

Crack rehab at Oasis Runcorn

At Oasis Runcorn, we provide inpatient crack rehab for anyone ready to make a change. Inpatient crack rehab involves residing at our treatment centre facility for your recovery programme. The benefits of inpatient crack rehab include the following:

  • 24/7 monitoring and support
  • An immersive crack recovery environment
  • No access to crack or other drugs
  • Structured routine and healthy habits
  • The opportunity to focus on self-reflection and personal growth
  • The chance to build connections with staff and other clients

Our crack cocaine rehab programmes begin with crack detox, during which you will be closely monitored and supported by our expert medical team. Detox is crucial because it allows your body to eliminate the toxins associated with crack cocaine and begin healing.

You will then begin your programme of rehab therapies. These include:

  • Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT): DBT combines mindfulness and emotion regulation elements, allowing people to identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviours associated with crack abuse. Through DBT, you will learn effective coping strategies, develop healthier habits and gain skills to manage crack cravings and triggers.
  • Group therapy: Group therapy sessions provide a supportive environment where you can share your experiences, challenges and successes. These sessions offer mutual support, guidance and valuable insights from peers who understand what you are going through.
  • Family therapy: Family therapy sessions at Oasis Runcorn focus on healing family dynamics, improving communication and rebuilding trust. Engaging the family in the crack recovery process can significantly contribute to long-term sobriety, so these sessions are very important.
  • Art therapy: Expressive therapies such as art therapy provide a creative outlet for emotional expression and self-discovery. Art therapy allows you to explore underlying emotions, reduce stress and develop new ways of self-expression that can aid in your crack recovery journey.
  • Yoga and mindfulness: The practice of yoga and mindfulness techniques promotes relaxation, stress reduction and self-awareness. These holistic approaches complement other therapies by promoting emotional well-being and helping you develop new skills to navigate crack cravings and stressors.

Challenges you will face during crack cocaine rehab

Embarking on a crack cocaine rehab journey requires strength and perseverance, and it is essential to acknowledge the challenges that may arise along the way. Here are some of the different personal, emotional and recovery obstacles you may face during crack rehab:

Emotional turmoil

As you progress through crack rehab, you may encounter a range of emotions, including sadness, anger, guilt and frustration. Our therapists and counsellors will guide you through these emotions, helping you develop healthy coping mechanisms and emotional resilience.


Cravings for crack cocaine can be intense, especially during early recovery. You will learn strategies to manage cravings more effectively through therapy and relapse prevention techniques.

Rebuilding relationships

Rebuilding trust and establishing healthy communication patterns with loved ones may pose challenges. Family therapy and support group participation can aid in healing, allowing you to mend relationships and foster healthier connections.


Chronic crack use can often blur your sense of self. During crack rehab, you will embark on a journey of self-discovery, rediscovering your true identity and values.

While these challenges may seem daunting, it’s important to remember that you are not alone. Our dedicated team at Oasis Runcorn is here to provide guidance, support and evidence-based strategies to help you overcome these obstacles and emerge stronger on your journey to recovery.

How to prevent crack relapse

One of the key aspects of crack cocaine rehab is learning strategies to prevent relapse and maintain long-term sobriety. At Oasis Runcorn, we emphasise the importance of aftercare and provide extensive support to equip you with the necessary skills for relapse prevention. Here are five tips to help you prevent crack relapse:

1. Engage in aftercare…

After completing your crack rehab programme, engaging in aftercare is crucial for ongoing support while you make the transition back to everyday life. Our commitment to your long-term recovery includes offering all clients at Oasis Runcorn one year of free aftercare. This continued support and connection with peers in recovery can significantly reduce the risk of relapse.

2. Build a strong support system…

Surround yourself with a supportive network of friends, family and other people who understand and support your recovery journey. You can also attend support group meetings such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA) where you can connect with others who have experienced similar struggles and gain valuable insights and encouragement.

3. Practise self-care…

Prioritise self-care activities that promote your physical, mental and emotional well-being. Engage in regular exercise, maintain a balanced and nutritious diet, get enough sleep and engage in activities that bring you joy and relaxation. Taking care of yourself holistically contributes to your overall resilience and reduces vulnerability to crack triggers and cravings.

4. Identify and avoid triggers…

Recognise the people, places, situations or emotions that may trigger cravings or temptations to use crack cocaine. Then, develop a plan to avoid or cope with these triggers effectively. This may involve creating a new social circle, making changes to your routine or seeking professional guidance on managing specific triggers.

5. Learn healthy coping strategies…

Explore and adopt healthy coping mechanisms to deal with stress, anxiety and other challenging emotions. Engage in activities such as meditation, deep breathing exercises, journaling or hobbies that provide a positive outlet for emotions and stress reduction.

By incorporating these preventive measures into your daily life and taking advantage of the ongoing support available to you through aftercare, you can significantly reduce the risk of crack relapse and maintain your sobriety.

How to begin crack cocaine rehab

Entering crack cocaine rehab is a courageous decision that sets the foundation for a brighter future. At Oasis Runcorn, we are here to guide you through the process and offer the support you need. By taking that first step and reaching out for help, you are opening the door to a transformative journey of healing and recovery. Contact us today to find out more about our crack rehab programmes.

Frequently asked questions

Is crack cocaine rehab a cure?
While there is no guaranteed cure, crack rehab is the best treatment for crack addiction. It provides the tools, support and therapies needed to overcome the condition and build a foundation for long-term recovery. However, active participation, commitment and ongoing support are essential for sustained sobriety.
How long does crack rehab take?
The duration of crack rehab varies from person to person. Factors such as the severity of your crack use, individual progress and response to therapy can all influence the length of treatment. At Oasis Runcorn, we offer different crack rehab programme lengths to accommodate the unique needs of each individual, ranging from two weeks to twelve weeks.