Yes, it is possible to recover from cocaine abuse with the help of appropriate treatment and support. Recovery from cocaine addiction usually involves a combination of behavioral therapy, medications, and support from family, friends, or support groups. The treatment may involve outpatient or inpatient programs, depending on the severity of addiction and individual needs. Detoxification, which involves the removal of cocaine from the body, is usually the first step in treatment. After detoxification, behavioral therapy such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) or contingency management is typically used to help the individual develop coping strategies and prevent relapse. With the right treatment and support, recovery from cocaine addiction is possible.