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Las Vegas, Nevada 30-60-90 Day Rehab Programs for Drugs or Alcohol

Between 2005 and 2010, 17% of people in Nevada and 16.8% of people in the Las Vegas metro reported using illegal drugs.1 This is higher than the United States average of 14.7% during that same time period.1 Thankfully, there are many rehabilitation (rehab) options available in Nevada with differing intensity levels and lengths of stay […]

LGBTQ Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs in Las Vegas

People dealing with drug or alcohol addiction often benefit from treatment to help them stop substance abuse and start the path to recovery. Specialized rehab programs for certain populations, such as veterans, women, first responders, and those in the LGBTQ community (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, or somewhere else on the gender or sexuality spectrum), […]

Las Vegas, Nevada Inpatient Rehab for Drugs and Alcohol

Substance addiction affects millions of people in the United States every year, and like other chronic medical conditions, addiction can be treated. If you or a loved one are looking for help, you are not alone. In 2019 alone, Nevada hospitals reported:2 54,385 inpatient admissions related to alcohol and drug use. 5,489 patients had a […]

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment in Las Vegas, Nevada

230,000 people aged 12 and older had substance use disorder (SUD) in the state of Nevada in 2019 and 213,000 people aged 12 and older need professional treatment for an SUD but did not get it.1 Substance use disorder, commonly known as addiction, is a medical disorder affecting the brain. It is caused by chronic […]

Stimulant Detox in Las Vegas Nevada

Prescription stimulants help many people cope with attention-deficit disorders (ADD and ADHD) and narcolepsy (a chronic sleep disorder).6,8 Stimulants speed up the body’s metabolism and make you feel alert and energized.5 But regular use or misuse of stimulants can lead to physical dependence and withdrawal, substance use disorder (SUD; more commonly referred to as “addiction”), […]