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MDMA Addiction Treatment Programs

Into Action Recovery Centers offers effective, individualized rehab and treatment programs for addiction to MDMA (or “Molly”). Our professional staff has the training, experience and resources to work with you to develop a program that provides you with the tools to successfully battle your addiction. We offer a range of treatment options, from long-term residential programs to outpatient treatment and support programs.

Molly is the pure form of MDMA, or ecstasy, and is popular in the club and rave culture. Due to popularity and acceptance in clubs, use among teenagers and young adults is growing. MDMA is a synthetic derivative of methamphetamine that is both a stimulant and a psychedelic and has no medical therapeutic uses. In its pure form, Molly is a powdery crystal. When it is cut with other substances such as ketamine, BZP or caffeine, Molly is believed to become more addictive.

Molly increases the user’s sense of mental alertness, intimacy and sensory perception. Like methamphetamines, Molly alters brain chemistry and creates psychological cravings for the drug. Longer-term use can result in physical addiction. Due to the changes to brain chemistry, detoxification should be monitored by qualified medical professionals to ensure that addicted person is safe as the drug is removed from his or her system.

At Into Action, we are sensitive to the causes of Molly addiction and the physical consequences of both short-term and long-term use. Whether you are entering a treatment program on your own, or as the result of a court order, we understand that your addiction is an illness and work with you to treat that illness.

Why IARC?

Clients benefit from our proactive, people-first approach that ensures they experience personalized, attentive therapy and treatment throughout their recovery journey. We stand by our clients even after they graduate with ongoing alumni events and support.

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We are in-network with most insurance companies.

Please call us to see if your HMO, PPO, or EPO insurance plan will cover your treatment. Or ask us about our affordable self-pay plans.