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Nevada Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centers Near You

Many individuals in Nevada struggle with drug and alcohol misuse and addiction. Luckily, treatment is available.
What you will learn:
Where treatment is located in Nevada
What type of treatment is available in Nevada
Substance use and mental health resources available in the state
Cost of treatment
State-funded options in Nevada

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Where Are Nevada Rehab Centers Located?

You can find Nevada rehabilitation centers in many larger cities, including Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson, Paradise, and Spring Valley. However, many other rehab centers are also located throughout the entire state of Nevada.

In a 2020 report, there were 109 documented Nevada substance use treatment facilities, including: 1

  • 93 outpatient facilities.
  • 28 residential (non-hospital) facilities.
  • 9 inpatient (hospital) facilities.

AAC’s Desert Hope Treatment Center is conveniently located 10 minutes from McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas for all people struggling with substance use and misuse.

Do Rehabs in Nevada Treat Addiction?

Yes, treatment centers in Nevada treat all forms of drug and alcohol addiction. Most Nevada rehabs are equipped to help you manage your addiction, whatever substance you may use or misuse.
The main substances individuals seek help for in Nevada include:2

Although these are the most commonly-treated addictions in Nevada, Nevada rehab centers are able to treat numerous other addictions including heroin, benzodiazepines, and more.

Some Nevada rehabilitation centers offer medication for addiction treatment to those struggling with addiction to opioids and alcohol. Of the 109 facilities in Nevada, 39 provided methadone/buprenorphine maintenance or naltrexone treatment in 2020, including Desert Hope Treatment Center.1 These medications, used to support recovery from heroin or prescription opioid use disorders are often helpful as a short- or long-term solution to sustained recovery, serving as a way to reduce difficult withdrawal symptoms and curb cravings.3

Other Ways to Get Help and Nevada Rehab Resources

Nevada has a wealth of free and community-based resources for people who are dealing with a substance use disorder. If you live in Nevada and are struggling with a SUD, you may find value in one or more of the following organizations:

What is the Cost of Rehab in Nevada?

The cost of attending an addiction treatment center in Nevada varies, depending on the facility, your needs, the services offered, and more. Most Nevada drug rehabs accept some form of private or state-funded health insurance. For addiction treatment providers that don’t accept insurance, they often provide other payment options, such as payment plans for private payments.

In 2020, Nevada addiction treatment facilities accepted various forms of payment including:1

  • Private health insurance, which was accepted at 70.6% of facilities.
  • State-financed health insurance (other than Medicaid), which was taken at 40.4% of facilities.
  • Cash or self-payment, which was accepted by 84.4% of facilities in the state.
  • Medicare, which 37.6% of treatment centers took.
  • Medicaid, which was accepted at 81.7% of facilities in Nevada.

Many facilities accept more than one type of payment. Among them, 54.1% offered a sliding scale payment method and 53.2% offered services at a reduced rate or free of charge to uninsured individuals and those without access to funds.1

Desert Hope Treatment Center in Las Vegas accepts many private insurance plans offered through large, reputable companies like Kaiser Permanente, United Health, Humana, Elevance Health (formerly Anthem in Nevada), and more. We also offer other payment plan options if you don’t have insurance.

Nevada State-Funded Rehab Options

As previously mentioned, Nevada operates a free Crisis Call Center hotline 24/7 for individuals experiencing any type of crisis. This referral service helps connect individuals with resources to get the care they need.

Additionally the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) provides a free treatment services locator tool that allows individuals to filter results by specific services offered, geographical area, types of payment/funding accepted, and more.

Treatment providers certified with the state of Nevada’s Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA) are listed on the Department of Health and Human Services Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH) website, which separates the facilities that are state funded from those that are not.

There are also 89 facilities in Nevada that accept Medicaid, the health insurance that helps eligible low-income individuals and families, who can’t afford medical care, pay for some or all of their medical bills.1,4

It’s important to know that state-funded facilities may have longer waitlists to get in than private treatment centers. Private facilities, like Desert Hope Treatment Center, employ specialists to help you understand your costs and the payment options available to you. Desert Hope also accepts select Medicaid plans.

Nevada Rehab and Addiction Statistics

  • In 2018, 1,496 individuals aged 12 or older were admitted to treatment centers for alcohol misuse or addiction in Nevada; 1,584 individuals aged 12 or older were admitted for methamphetamine or amphetamine use; and 883 were admitted for opioid use or addiction.2
  • Of the total treatment admissions for men, 23% were for alcohol. Of the total admissions for women, 22% were for methamphetamine use in 2018.2

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