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Perhaps Nevada is best known by most for its breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam, its ski resorts and its abundance of casinos.

Others may immediately think of Las Vegas and its big screen depiction as a place of debauchery. The film depiction of drug abuse in Nevada is not far from reality. Each year, thousands of Nevada residents suffer from drug and alcohol addiction. Luckily, The Treatment Center can help.

Are you or a loved one addicted to drugs or alcohol in Nevada? Please call The Treatment Center today at (702) 560-6819 to start addiction treatment. Our helpful admissions counselors are available to take your call 24/7.

Conversations are always 100% free and confidential.

What Is The Treatment Center? 

The Treatment Center is a drug and alcohol rehab center that understands recovering from drug and alcohol addiction requires all-encompassing treatment. By offering comprehensive treatment, we are able to help restore the mind-body-soul connection of our patients to a pre-addictive state. 

This is accomplished by working with each patient to come up with the best combination of services and therapies to suit their specific needs. Our licensed medical team will be by each patient’s side throughout the entire treatment process.

Individualized Treatment Plans

Once a Nevada resident arrives at The Treatment Center, our addiction specialists will perform an assessment of his/her medical and drug abuse history. The patient will then be prescribed an individualized treatment plan based on the results of this assessment.

In our secure facility, patients will receive any combination of the following therapies, programs and services:

• Medically guided detoxification

• Individual therapy

• Group counseling

• Dual diagnosis treatment

• 12-step programs

• Bible-based treatment program

• Legal liaison services

• Chronic pain management

• Family workshops

• Relapse prevention

• Outpatient services 

Call us at (702) 560-6819 or chat with us online if you would like to learn more about your options for treatment. Our admissions counselors are standing by to speak with you 24/7/365.

Addiction Treatment for Nevada Residents

The Treatment Center can help adult Nevada residents recover from the following:

• Prescription drug abuse

• Alcoholism 

• Heroin, cocaine and meth addiction

• Marijuana abuse

• Club drug, synthetic drug and hallucinogen abuse

Nevada teens, ages 14 to 17, can also receive substance abuse and addiction treatment at our adolescent drug and alcohol rehab.

We understand the importance of treating addiction as well as any underlying mental health conditions that contribute to drug use. That is why we offer dual diagnosis treatment for both adults and teenagers in their corresponding facilities.  

Are you ready to tackle your addiction? Call us today at (702) 560-6819 or message us through online chat to get started. We are eagerly anticipating your call.

Commonly Abused Drugs in Nevada

With a high unemployment rate, high drop out rates and millions of tourists visiting each year, Nevada has a huge drug abuse problem. The most commonly abused substances in Nevada include:

Prescription drugs

The Nevada Drug Control Update indicated that from 2007-2008, Nevada was among the top ten states for rates of past-year, non-medical use of prescription pain medications.

The 2012 Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency’s Community Profile shows that there were 3,983 emergency room visits for prescription drug overdoses in 2010. Seventy-nine percent of these were caused by pain medications and psychotropic drugs like benzos.

Heroin

Although meth was once the illicit drug of choice in Nevada, heroin is quickly taking its place. This trend is clearly illustrated in the 1999-2009 Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS); meth admissions continue to decrease at Nevada rehab centers, while heroin abuse rates are increasing. 

Many Nevadans who become addicted to prescription painkillers switch to heroin when pills like OxyContin and Vicodin become too expensive. Other Nevada residents make this switch when prescription opiates no longer give them the high they once experienced.

Meth

In 2010, Nevada’s rate of meth abuse in the work force was 180 percent higher than the national average, according to a press release from Quest Diagnostics.

Like most states, Nevada experiences an increase in crime when meth abuse increases. This is because meth addiction often drives people to do whatever it takes to pay for their next fix.

Alcohol

According to the 2011-2012 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), rates of alcohol dependence were higher than rates of illicit drug dependence — 89,000 people versus 46,000 people, respectively.

Marijuana

The 2011-2012 NSDUH revealed that a very large number of Nevada residents (326,000) used marijuana in the year prior to taking the survey. 

Ecstasy and Molly

MDMA is abused in Nevada mainly in two forms - ecstasy and Molly. Ecstasy is a pressed pill containing drugs like meth or heroin plus MDMA, while Molly is supposed to be pure MDMA. However, in most cases Molly is just as contaminated with other substances as are ecstasy pills, if not more contaminated. Nevada residents who abuse Molly are at risk of adverse reactions to the mixture of its ingredients, including death.

In addition to the club drug MDMA, Nevadans also abuse GHB, Rohypnol, LSD and ketamine. 

It is not too late to seek help for yourself or a loved one. Call The Treatment Center or chat with an admissions counselors to find out how addiction treatment can save your life.

Set Yourself Free

We know that you never intended to become addicted to drugs or alcohol. Even though your life has not gone according to plan, hope can be restored. With the help of The Treatment Center, you can free yourself from substance dependence and start following through with the plans you do have.

To get started, call us today at (702) 560-6819. One of our knowledgeable admissions counselors will discuss with you how our drug and alcohol rehab can get you back on track. We are prepared to answer your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

 

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