Well, i am sorry to say this , but your daughter did not get the right treatment at the hospital that you have taken her to , as she was released from hospital quite early and secondly she was not prescribed a single drug to keep her psychosis under control..
So, now you have two options -- first is to take her to a psychiatrist by yourself with the help of family members , who shall then admit her under his / her supervision in the indoor psychiatry facility , and first detoxify her of the dexamphetamine and pot and also start her on anti psychotic drug like either haloperidol or risperidone or quetiapine or olanzapine , any one of these anti psychotic drugs shall be selected ... this will ensure her control of psychotic symptoms such as delusions , hallucinations and paranoia..
Now , if taking her to the psychiatrist is not possible , then you will have to talk to the administeration of a psychiatry hospital or indoor psychiatry facility , perhaps a new one , and ask them for a transfer to their psychiatry ward , citing reasons of she becoming psychotic with ability to harm self or to others .. this will lead them to understand your situation and the they shall arrange for a hospital transfer..
So, the above mentioned 2 options are there for you , and in both the options , what is required is indoor supervised treatment , that is detoxification and anti psychotic drug treatment , under the supervision of a psychiatrist and this time ensure that all her symptoms are well under control and she has regained her insight and judgment before she is released from hospital..
I hope this helps..
Wish you all the best..