Crack Cocaine Rehab: Luxury Treatment in Bali

Cocaine is one of the most commonly used drugs in Australia. Most of the time, cocaine comes in the form of white powder, and it’s often ‘cut’ or mixed with other substances, which can make the substance even more harmful than it already is. There is a variant that is known as ‘crack’ cocaine, and it comes in the form of white or off-white crystals.

Regardless of how it’s ingested, many people in Australia are struggling with cocaine addiction, and the rate at which it is used in the country has been slowly but surely climbing and it’s the second-most consumed drug behind only cannabis.

But, while its use and subsequent addiction are becoming more prevalent, there are some treatments available for crack cocaine addiction. At Sivana Bali, we treat various substance use disorders, process addictions, as well as mental health concerns.

What Is Crack Cocaine?

Crack cocaine is a potent and highly addictive stimulant that gives users an intense feeling of euphoria and increases energy levels, making it appealing to those looking for a quick and intense high. 

Crack cocaine is a form of cocaine that is made by taking cocaine and mixing it. Once it’s mixed, it is then heated. Once it cools down, cocaine crystals begin to form. The crystals are then dried to be used or sold.

In contrast to normal cocaine which is snorted up the nose, crack cocaine is either smoked in a glass pipe or injected.

An Overview of Crack Cocaine Addiction

Crack cocaine addiction is a serious condition characterised by the compulsion to use crack cocaine despite negative consequences. Addiction to crack cocaine is associated with a variety of physical, psychological, and social consequences.

Physically, chronic crack cocaine use can lead to cardiovascular problems, respiratory issues, neurological impairments, and malnutrition because cocaine can suppress a person’s appetite. Crack use can also increase the risk of spreading diseases like HIV and hepatitis because crack users may share needles.

Psychologically, addiction can cause mood disorders, anxiety, paranoia, hallucinations, and cognitive impairments. Socially, individuals strain their interpersonal relationships and face financial difficulties, legal troubles, and social isolation.

Treating crack cocaine addiction often requires a comprehensive approach that involves medical intervention, behavioural therapy, counselling, and support services. 

Some medications may be used to manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings, while therapy helps individuals address the underlying issues that contribute to their addiction and develop coping strategies to manage their cravings.

Support groups and community resources can also play a vital role in recovery as they provide encouragement, guidance, and a sense of belonging to those struggling with addiction.

What Our Crack Cocaine Rehab Includes

Our facility in Bali takes full advantage of Bali’s natural beauty. Some of what you can expect include:

Our Facility

When most think of drug rehab, they undoubtedly picture a sterile environment not unlike a hospital. Our facility, however, does not adhere to that imagery. Our centre is a large, resort-style villa with two swimming pools and lush tropical gardens. Surrounding the villa are serene rice paddies. Echo and Batu Bolong beaches are nearby should our guests want to experience Bali’s natural beauty.

Each of our guests has a private room that comes equipped with an ensuite bathroom as well as a desk and chair. The linens are changed daily, and we have a full range of business and communication tools for those who have professional responsibilities that they need to keep up with while they receive treatment.

The meals that we provide can also be tailored to each guest and our staff uses only fresh ingredients from the land and the sea to craft mouth-watering and nutrient-dense meals.

Our Modalities

A central tenet of our treatment for crack cocaine and other substances is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). This form of therapy is collaborative and is focused on identifying and restructuring cognitive distortions that lead to self-destructive behaviours like abusing crack or other drugs.

Holistic Treatment Options

Because we believe in treating the spirit as well as the mind and body, our treatment for crack addiction will include holistic therapies. These therapies aim to foster balanced well-being and harmony between the physical, emotional, and mental aspects of a person.

Recovery Coaching

At our facility, our guests will be assigned a Recovery Coach. This Recovery Coach will be by their side during each phase of treatment. The Recovery Coach will give the client positive guidance in all aspects of their recovery as well as encourage healthy thinking and activities throughout the duration of their stay.

How We’ll Treat Crack Addiction

Our treatment is structured and tailored to each person’s needs. Here’s an overview of what our treatment looks like:


The first part of our treatment for crack abuse is a thorough assessment. Our team will work closely with our guests to get a sense of their struggles and nuances. This will allow us to craft a personalised treatment plan and determine the best rehab options for crack cocaine dependency.

Medical Detox

One of the most important stages in the early part of treatment is detox. During detox, all of the drugs will be purged from a person’s body. This can be uncomfortable and may result in a variety of withdrawal symptoms. For crack cocaine detox, withdrawal symptoms can include depression, anxiety, cravings, muscle aches, fatigue, insomnia, increased appetite, agitation, and cognitive impairments such as difficulty concentrating and memory problems.

While detoxing from crack can be an uncomfortable part of treatment, our medical staff will be there to offer support and make the process as painless as possible. It’s a necessary step in recovery as it ensures someone starts their time at a treatment centre as sober as possible.

Inpatient Rehab Treatment

At the crux of our crack addiction treatment is our inpatient rehab, also known as residential rehab. While in our treatment facility, our guests will be in a safe, secure space wherein the only drugs they have access to will be medication that is supervised by our team. 

While in our facility, our guests will engage in individual therapy sessions and attend support groups.

We also integrate physical fitness into our treatment plan and will offer guided fitness routines, nutritional guidance, and restorative practices such as yoga and meditation to help our guests rebuild their strength and vitality.

We also believe in the power of spiritual healing, and our rehab programme can reflect that. We help our guests find a sense of purpose and inner peace with guided reflections, reconnect with nature, or explore mindfulness.  

We strive to make the atmosphere at our facility calming and refreshing. Our days are structured so that clients can balance treatment with personal time, allowing them to recover and reflect at their own pace.

Our guests can choose to stay with us for 28 days, 60 days, or 90 days. We also limit ourselves to 9 people at a time in inpatient treatment to make sure that all of the guests staying with us get the attention that they need to overcome crack cocaine abuse or other addictions.

Family Programme

Addiction can have a profound impact not just on an addict, but also on their loved ones. Our family programme not only helps to heal whatever damage may have been caused by addiction but also to educate loved ones about the nature of addiction and the recovery process.

Educating loved ones can be especially important. Many loved ones, while they have good intentions, can end up inadvertently enabling an addict’s unhealthy behaviours.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

It’s often the case that someone who comes to us with an addiction to crack cocaine also has a co-occurring mental health concern. This is because many people who have untreated mental health disorders often turn to drugs to self-medicate. Furthermore, crack abuse can exacerbate existing mental health conditions.

As such, it’s important to integrate mental health treatment into our treatment programme. Addressing the addiction without addressing an underlying mental health concern leaves a person vulnerable to relapsing.


With an addiction to crack or any other drug, relapse is always a possibility. It’s unrealistic to expect to complete inpatient treatment and never experience crack cocaine cravings again. Recovery from crack cocaine addiction may not look like a linear path.

Recognising this, we offer a Monitored Relapse Prevention Schedule as part of our aftercare services. 

Drug use can also wreak havoc on a person’s professional life. As such, we have an Organisational Psychologist to offer career guidance and vocational counselling to help recovering crack users get back on their feet after their stay with us.

We Want to Offer You Crack Cocaine Addiction Treatment

An addict can stop the use of crack cocaine, but not by themselves. Trying to go cold turkey and just stop using will invariably lead to failure. This is because the nature of addiction makes it so that cravings are almost impossible to ignore without proper help.

At Sivana Bali, we want to offer you that help. Crack cocaine’s grip is strong, but you can break it. Contact us now so you can start your crack recovery journey.

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