Ecstasy, MDMA, or Molly Addiction Treatment in Orange County
Ecstasy Recovery That Meets Your Needs
Though no specialized detox or treatment methods have been tested for Ecstasy, our Polysubstance Detox program can help you through the extended crash Ecstasy use may lead to. Especially if you suspect the pills you took weren’t pure (which is highly likely), having round-the-clock medical monitoring can decrease the risk of coming down. Dangerous substance combinations, like Ecstasy and alcohol, need to be treated by qualified caregivers in a medical detox center.
Our detox program helps minimize the agonizing side effects of coming off a drug. Once your body has adjusted to the absence of substances it was accustomed to, we work with you to create a personalized recovery plan. Dana Point Rehab Campus offers two levels of care: Users first go through our residential inpatient treatment, then transition to the less-restrictive partial hospitalization program. As you work through these programs, you will receive support in dealing with cravings and the skills you need to make your recovery stick. We offer:
- Individual or group therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) or Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)
- Dual-diagnosis treatment
- Family therapy
- Access to recovery psychologists
- Medication management
- Mindfulness training
- Art, yoga, meditation, and other therapeutic activities
- Access to our pool and fitness facility
- Personal care services
As residents move into the partial hospitalization program, our caring staff helps them maintain their progress while learning to manage the stressors of their outside lives. The holistic treatment model we use is geared toward giving each patient the best chance to start fresh.
At Dana Point Rehab Campus, we understand that stopping drug use is just the tip of the iceberg. Our staff follows evidence-based treatment guidelines to help users discover the underlying cause of their addiction, so they can heal in ways that will allow them to permanently change their relationship with substances. If you or a loved one is in search of holistic, evidence-based treatment for Ecstasy addiction, please reach out. Right now is always the best time to get help.