Las Vegas Recovery Center is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center that is situated in lovely Las Vegas, Nevada at 3321 N Buffalo Drive. Addiction to drugs, alcohol, or any other substance of abuse, can take a toll on the well-being and livelihood of the addict. It's important that these individuals seek professional treatment, guidance, and care in order to safely and successfully beat the addiction. Whether the patient requires inpatient treatment or outpatient treatment, Las Vegas Recovery Center can provide patients with everything they need to beat addiction.
It's very typical for an addict to believe that they can overcome addiction on their own. Although this idea may seem tangible, going cold turkey is unsafe and more than likely will result in a relapse in the very near future. It's imperative that addicts seek the help of Las Vegas Recovery Center as patients will receive quality addiction care and treatment methods at Las Vegas Recovery Center. If addicts do not seek help for drug and alcohol addiction, their future will be unclear. This is because addiction is a degenerative and progressive disease that requires intense, professional treatment in order to conquer.
Las Vegas Recovery Center can provide patients aged Adults, Seniors or older adults with unique treatment methods along with compassionate care and guidance. The counselors that work with the patient will be by their side every step of the way, helping to ensure their success in recovery. Every addict is able to overcome their addiction if they want it badly enough, but it does take the professional help of Las Vegas Recovery Center in order to get to the level of sustained sobriety.
Through deciphering the core reasons why the patient uses drugs and alcohol as an escape will help counselors to better create a treatment program that works for them. A tailor-made approach to recovery is what patients will receive when they enter Las Vegas Recovery Center and this is believed to be the best way to treat addiction.
If patients are truly ready to overcome their addiction and begin a new happy and content life than they will succeed in recovery. They must be in that mindset, though, in order to achieve lasting sobriety. Visit Las Vegas Recovery Center online now at lasvegasrecovery.com and recognize how quality treatment can change one's life for the better.
I went here to do a simple detox off of pain medication, and they took and destroyed some of my mental health drugs away. Once I started detoxing off the meds they wouldn't give me. They tried to keep me there longer, my insurance company said no, which was good. I do have to say the rehab classes was the best thing about that place. Just beware of any meds you take cause if it's a narcotic, they will destroy them. The staff is great. The Drs and nurses control you.
It took me three years to get back to sobriety after my hellish experience at the Las Vegas Rescue Mission. I thought I would be getting healthy this time in Seattle but it was not to be. I languished on an active waiting list for 3 months. Encouraged to keep calling daily, I was in limbo and getting "sicker" by the day. Thank God the Las Vegas court system and the Honorable Susan Roger stepped in, sent me to Las Vegas Recovery Center. I cannot say enough good things about this facility! Besides super intense group and individual therapy, daily outside 12-step meetings, and senior staff that includes Phd's, Md's and published authors, they incorporate working out at the gym, Chi-Kung (which I LOVE and have decided to continue) and Reiki (I am now certified level l) Now, two months later, I am happier than I have been in over a decade...a literal ball of non-stop, healthy energy. I even love myself again! Yay for me ❤ Wanna see what I can do?
Montevista is hands down the best!!!! Too much money at LVRC and for what? A chiropractor and a weekly field trip? No thanks.
The 4-day family program was exceptional. The learning exercises, meditations, information and sharing were insightful and helpful- practical learning! We also feel our son received the care and direction he needed to change his behavior and treat his addiction, trauma and pain. Thank you so much.
It's the best place I've been to personally, but its such a shame that you have to have a lot of money to get decent help. I'm back in active addiction but no longer have insurance, so I'm at a loss of what to do or where to go.
Channing in admissions is an absolute doll. Even though they don't take my daughter in-law's insurance $$ she was very helpful in directing me to someone who does in a way that didn't feel like just passing the buck. God bless the work you all do.
Chronic pain and pain pills combined to suck my soul and ruin my quality of life. LVRC. I was at the jumping off place when the universe conspired to send me to the Pain Treatment Program. Staff were world class, kindest people I have ever met. Facilities were as clean and nice as a Hilton, but what I learned here was priceless. They go the extra mile. The chaplain may have saved my life. I was restored to sanity, my energy levels without opioids and my clearness of thought have returned. 28 days at LVRC CHANGED MY LIFE and I am extremely grateful. Without reservation, I recommend this place and I researched treatment centers all over the country. This is the best. If you or someone wants to recover, this is the place
I've heard people say that Las Vegas Recovery Center is the best rehab in Las Vegas. I believe this to be true. LVRC saved my daughter's life. If you have a loved one in active addiction, go to their Friday night family support meetings. That is where I started and I am so grateful.
I learned alot from Las Vegas Recovery Center. The people there ae the great. They really care. Hortensia and Dr. Hunter are the best. They gave me tools and taught me how to use them
I am so very grateful for LVRC and their help. I flew to Las Vegas for LVRC October 18, 2016, and was picked up from the airport by a clinical associate (CA), whom I must add was extremely kind. The facility was very clean, the food was amazing (always buffet style meals), every single member of the staff was amazingly supportive, understanding, kind, very helpful, and patient. The building and grounds are very well maintained and very clean. My detox was very comfortable. The doctors were very knowledgeable, experienced, and very personable. The medical staff was very helpful at making sure you felt as comforable as possible and felt well. They answered your medical and/or health questions as best as possible. Almost all the staff, from the doctors to the CAs, had some kind of personal experience and knowledge of an addiction of some sort, which made them very understanding. I loved and appreciated the fact that the CAs and other staff, who are in recovery also, shared their personal stories, or their experience, strength, and hope with the patients, either personally/ one-on-one, or to the group of us. I moved to Las Vegas, before the rest of my family, so they were also very helpful, understanding, and supportive with all of my needs. They helped me get into a great sober living home, and have continued to check in with me. There is a great Alumni meeting that they encourage you to attend after completing the inpatient program. The alumni have some great events throughout the year also. Their groups whIle in treatment are informative and educational. Treatment plans are individualized. Counselors are amazing, very experienced and helpful. While inpatient, we had outside activities that were fun, making it more relaxing and comfortable. We also attended outside 12 Step meetings everyday except Sundays, and had 12 Step meeting panels (Hospitals & Insitutions/ H&I) come into the building at least twice a week, with one being on Sunday evening. They shared the importance of attending meetings daily and joining a 12 step fellowship, getting a sponsor, and working the steps. They are also supportive of personal religious beliefs, yet they never pushed religion on you. They have a wonderful program for family education and support. They are very helpful with including family members to help them better understand the disease of addiction and how addiction affects the family and it is truly a family disease. They also encourage family visits on visitng days, but also make sure you understand the importance of taking care of and focus on getting yourself better so that you can be there and present for your family after treatment. They truly treat you and your addiction holistically. They have a chiropractor come in twice a week, a massage therapist, reiki, yoga, Chi Kung (?), a personal trainer, trips to the gym, trips to the salon (per appts) for men and women to have their hair and nails done, the staff goes out to the store twice a wk for patients to be able to make purchases for personal needs... I honestly could go on and on about how much I truly loved LVRC and how I highly recommend this place to any and everyone who is battling the disease of addiction or is suffering due to a loved one who is battling. They treat every addiction, from alcoholism, drug addiction, food, gambling, sex, etc.
The most professional environment I have been in a while. They were truly life changing classes that my wife and I took dealing with addiction and codependency. Thank you so much Tim
Such an invaluable service. They saved my little brother and for that I could not be more grateful. Personalized treatment plans, and a caring staff!
The help my wife received was invaluable, But; we are currently having a very very difficult time with your billing & handling of my insurance. We can not get through to you the fact that in order to be reimbursed we must have a valid statement showing the total cost of care & how much we paid out-of-pocket. It is very simple really. All reputable hospitals and/or Dr. offices send an itemized statement with the amount due and amount paid for services rendered. We do not understand why you can not do the same. Our insurance company does not understand either since it has requested repeatedly for more info which you have delayed sometimes to the point of denial of the claim. Please fix this system. Also please be sure that memos sent about patients is the CORRECT information. I, (the patient) was over medicated 2 days after my real blood mother/best friend died while I was in treatment. The P.A.,John was unaware of my situation and his memo said I had trouble w/ my mother-in-law??? He only told me & I didn't see his copy. Timeliness & correctness of a situation is of the essence in many situations. I'm probably one of the few patients that came out of rehab taking more meds than when I went in. The cleaning & kitchen staff was amazing they get 5 stars.