Substance Abuse Treatment Centers for Nevada Residents

Opioid Deaths
372
In 2018
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Nevada had 372 opioid overdose-related deaths in 2018, translating to a rate of 11.5 fatalities per 100,000 people.
In 2019
22.1
Deaths per 100,000 People Were Drug Injury related
Based on America's Health Rankings statistics, 22.1 deaths per 100,000 people in Nevada were associated with drug injuries (suicide, unintentional, homicide or undetermined) in 2019.
In 2019
17.0%
Of Nevada Adults Drunk Excessively
America's Health Rankings’ reported that during the year, 17.0% of adults in Nevada reported either binge drinking or chronic drinking.
Of All Nevada Teenagers,
37%
Have Used Marijuana at Least Once in Their Lifetime
Based on a survey by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 37% of Nevada high school students (grades 9-12) reported to have ever used marijuana (weed, grass or pot) at least once in their lifetime

Substance Abuse Treatment Centers for Nevada Residents

When most people think of Nevada, their minds turn to casinos and Las Vegas. However, as a resident of the state, you know that Nevada has so much more to offer, including a rich cultural and historic history.
Unfortunately, while Nevada has a lot of great things going for it, residents of the state also have their fair share of trouble with drug and alcohol addiction. Since a large part of Nevada’s tourist attraction is related to alcohol, it can be an especially tough place to live when you struggle with addiction. However, there is hope in the midst of drug and alcohol abuse through substance abuse treatment centers, which help people overcome their addictions and go on to live meaningful lives. Learn more about drug rehabilitation centers in Nevada and beyond below.

Nevada Drug & Alcohol Hotlines

Caring professionals are here to listen 24 hours a day, seven days a week on any of these hotlines.

United Recovery Helpline

(888) 528-9426

If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder, the Treatment Referral Helpline can help connect you with appropriate resources.

Poison Control

(888) 222-1222

This hotline can answer questions or address emergencies regarding medication and drug-related poisonings.

Alcohol and Drug Treatment in Nevada Cities

Explore a map of Nevada below, or choose another state to view drug statistics for that state:

Nevada Drug Abuse

If you are struggling with drugs or alcohol, you are not alone. The state’s substance abuse statistics highlight the need for drug rehab centers in Nevada and beyond. By seeking treatment for yourself or a loved one, you can break the cycle of addiction and live free from drugs and alcohol.

Opioid Deaths
372
In 2018
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Nevada had 372 opioid overdose-related deaths in 2018, translating to a rate of 11.5 fatalities per 100,000 people.
In 2019
22.1
Deaths per 100,000 People Were Drug Injury related
Based on America's Health Rankings statistics, 22.1 deaths per 100,000 people in Nevada were associated with drug injuries (suicide, unintentional, homicide or undetermined) in 2019.
In 2019
17.0%
Of Nevada Adults Drunk Excessively
America's Health Rankings’ reported that during the year, 17.0% of adults in Nevada reported either binge drinking or chronic drinking.
Of All Nevada Teenagers,
37%
Have Used Marijuana at Least Once in Their Lifetime
Based on a survey by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 37% of Nevada high school students (grades 9-12) reported to have ever used marijuana (weed, grass or pot) at least once in their lifetime

Why Are Drug Rehabilitation Centers in Nevada and Around the Country Necessary?

Alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers for Nevada residents are essential because of the rampant drug and alcohol abuse that is taking over so many lives. Alcohol abuse, in particular, is something that many people in Nevada struggle with because it is so readily available. In 2010, about 2,602 people in Nevada went to treatment for alcohol addiction or abuse. There were also 1,520 people that went to a drug rehabilitation center in Nevada for alcohol abuse as well as abuse of a secondary drug.

What a Typical Day in a Rehab in Nevada or Another State Looks Like

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When you start researching rehabs in Nevada or another state, you will find some similarities between programs. Every drug rehabilitation center program begins with the goal of getting someone sober and helping them stay sober. Certain tried and true methods help with sobriety and recovery and are typical of most rehab facilities. Learn more about what a typical day involves below.
Almost all rehab programs start relatively early. Sleeping in will not be part of your stay in a rehab facility, and you can expect to get up between six and seven am to get started with your day. After waking up, you will head to breakfast, which will be a cafeteria-style meal with everyone from the center. Since rehab is all about building a healthier life most rehab facilities focus on the importance of a healthy breakfast with lots of good options for food. After breakfast, you will likely attend a group session of some sort. Groups and substance abuse treatment often go hand in hand as they allow you to see people working their way through their addictions. Group therapies provide you with support and examples of what overcoming addiction looks like.
After group therapy, you will attend other therapy sessions like art therapies, yoga, meditation, or similar activities until lunchtime. After lunch is often the time for individual or family therapies. This allows you to focus on yourself and your individual struggles; your therapist will often suggest finding a time for your family to join you in therapy as well. Family therapy helps your family better understand what you are going through. Additionally, it can help you understand what they are going through as addiction is not just hard on the person struggling with it; it is also hard on the people around them.
Other parts of your day can include 12-step programs, talks on coping strategies and addiction, and learning how to rebuild trust after addiction. Each person stays in rehab for a different length of time, and you should only leave rehab when you feel ready and capable of taking on a life of sobriety.

Group therapy hug

At United Recovery Project, we have multiple rehab program options available for people struggling with addiction. We accept people from across the country who need help with detox, inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab, sober living homes, or other options. We also work to customize your treatment to your individual needs to enable you to overcome your addiction and live a meaningful life. Many people have found that traveling helps with addiction recovery making United Recovery Project’s Florida location the ideal place for Nevada residents who are looking for a recovery option outside of rehabs in Nevada. Visit our website to learn more about our programs.

Research And Resources

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK64223/
https://everydaypower.com/traveling-addiction-recovery/

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New York Drug & Alcohol Hotlines

Caring professionals are here to listen 24 hours a day, seven days a week on any of these hotlines.

United Recovery Helpline

(888) 528-9426

If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder, the Treatment Referral Helpline can help connect you with appropriate resources.

Poison Control

(888) 528-9426

This hotline can answer questions or address emergencies regarding medication and drug-related poisonings.

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