Desert Hope Treatment Center: Las Vegas, NV
Desert Hope, a high-end rehab facility located in sunny Las Vegas, NV, provides quality care you can trust for addiction and co-occurring disorders. With services ranging from medically assisted detoxification to sober living at our Resolutions facility, you’ll have everything you need to get on the path to lifelong recovery.
AAC accepts many insurance plans and can work with you on a manageable payment plan.
What We Treat
We regularly treat disorders related to the following substances:
- Prescription stimulants.
- Sleep aids/sedatives.
- Prescription drugs.
- Other substances.*
*We provide treatment for almost all substance use disorders. If you don’t see a particular substance listed here, contact our admissions navigators to confirm treatment availability.
In the event of a relapse at any time post-treatment, we will provide qualified individuals with up to 30 days of treatment at no cost to you.*
*Terms and conditions may apply, and results may vary.Learn More About Our Brand Promise
Desert Hope is a drug rehab in Las Vegas, NV that offers a full continuum of care and a wide variety of specialized treatment programs aimed towards particular populations, such as those with co-occurring disorders, first-responders, and veterans. Desert Hope also offers sober living residences to patients at our sober living location, Resolutions Las Vegas. Desert Hope’s expert staff will design a customized treatment plan for each patient, guide them through recovering from substance abuse issues in a safe environment, and teach them how to maintain their sobriety.
The Joint Commission for Behavioral Health Care
Desert Hope is accredited by The Joint Commission for Behavioral Health Care, an internationally recognized symbol of healthcare quality and the gold standard of care for the industry. This accreditation signifies that, through external, unbiased evaluation, we have met or exceeded The Joint Commission’s standards for providing addiction treatment for all of the levels of care offered at Desert Hope, American Addiction Centers’ Las Vegas addiction treatment center, including high acuity medical detox.
A loved one can only receive information about a patient if the patient signs a release of information for that individual.
Having a strong support network is vital in healing from addiction. Unfortunately, substance abuse can damage certain familial relationships and other relationships with loved ones. To begin healing those relationships damaged by addiction, Desert Hope offers a family day every other Saturday from 1:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The leader of this program invites patients and their families to partake in an interactive and educational discussion. After the family day programming ends, staff members offer an opportunity for patients and families to visit with one another.
Visiting Your Loved One
With patient consent, loved ones can visit patients every other Saturday, after the family day educational programming. During your loved one’s treatment, we can work with you to plan a visit to our Las Vegas rehab center. Your loved one’s treatment team will provide you with all of the information you need to schedule your visit.
Once you complete the detox process, your typical day in treatment will revolve around groups and classes. Treatment will vary according to the patient and the day, but the following is a sample of a typical schedule:
- 6:30 am–7:50 am: Breakfast
- 7 am–7:45 am: Personal time, homework
- 7:45 am–9 am: Recreational time to attend yoga, meditation, work out, or relax.
- 9 am–11:40 am: Groups
- 11:50 am–1:30 pm: Lunch/free time
- 1:30 pm–5 pm: Groups or educational classes
- 5 pm–7 pm: Dinner/free or recreational time
- 7 pm–8pm: AA or NA
- 8:30 pm–9:30 pm: Big Book study
- 10 pm–11 pm: Reading, homework, reflection
- 11 pm: Lights out
We accept various health insurance plans and can work with you on creating a manageable payment plan to fund your treatment stay at Desert Hope Treatment Center.
Simply fill out the form below or call our admissions navigators to begin. We’ll be able to tell you if your provider is in-network with American Addiction Centers.