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CVC Rehab

Bakersfield, California - USA (Kern County)

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CVC Rehab is a cocaine treatment center located in Bakersfield, California. The center provides specialized treatment to those people who are addicted to cocaine.

Cocaine addiction can occur as a result of taking certain prescription drugs which contain small amounts of cocaine. When taken correctly, as directed by a health care professional, addiction will most likely not occur. However, if the dosage is increased without a health care professional's approval, or a person continues to take the drug after there is no longer any need for it, addiction can happen.

Cocaine is also a fairly common "street" drug. It is sold in powder form as well as in the form of a "crack rock". This substance is formed when cocaine powder is mixed with a liquid and then heated. Once the liquid has cooled, hard, rock-like substance forms, which contains pure cocaine product, as the majority of impurities have been burned off during the "cooking" process.

The "rock" is usually smoked, which means a fairly high level of pure cocaine is taken into the body. The effects are immediate, and many people say that the intense "high" is such that almost instantaneous addiction occurs. Unfortunately, it is impossible to recapture that first "high", which is why people continue to use "rock" cocaine.

As mentioned earlier, cocaine is also available in powder form. This substance is usually inhaled. Some people, however, mix the powder with a liquid, just as if they were going to cook it, but instead inject the liquid cocaine straight into a vein. There are other cocaine treatment centers in Bakersfield, California, but CVC Rehab devotes time and effort into treating those addicted to cocaine, no matter what form they take it in. You can find out more about this Bakersfield, CA, cocaine treatment center by visiting or calling 1-888-565-6401.

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