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Ecstasy

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reating Ecstasy Addiction:

Ecstasy, or MDMA, is also called Molly. It is a euphoria-producing drug that is often ultimately anything but the “fun” or “party” drug it has been misnamed since the 1980s. Highly addictive, it easily impairs cognition, is toxic, and can bring on hallucinations and depression. Ecstasy has been responsible for destroying relationships and damaging or even tearing apart families.

Ending dependency

At our Arizona Rehab Campus, seasoned rehab professionals work with clients addicted to Ecstasy, who must first undergo detox to entirely remove the substance from the body as it can cause changes in the brain. Detox at ARC is meticulously medically supervised, returning the individual to baseline health. As the client, you or your loved one will enjoy the peaceful surroundings of our beautiful facility while benefiting from the neuroscience-based therapies that follow after detox.

Your program at ARC includes:

  • Initial medically supervised detox to achieve baseline health
  • Private room accommodation
  • Personal counselor
  • Individual therapy daily
  • Treatments (as needed): CBT, motivational interviews & mindfulness, family therapy, relapse prevention, 12-step support

The Finish Line

At ARC, we believe each individual is unique. Overcoming addiction to Ecstasy is anything but easy, but our experience is that with expert professional help, it can be done. Part of that help includes assisting you in reawakening your confidence and hopes for the future. We invite you to contact us at ARC soon, and be welcomed back into the world of possibilities unencumbered by Ecstasy addiction!

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