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Despite struggling with addiction just like any other state, Nevada has the lowest proportion of addiction treatment providers than any other state in the US. That equates to 11 providers per 1,000 Nevadans. Yet, opioid overdoses continue to rise year-on-year. While I’ve seen an increase in sober living homes and recovery centers, I still think we need to do more for people in Paradise. We are seeing increasing numbers of people moving from California to Nevada and that will put an even greater strain on our limited providers. Unless we increase mental health resources, I think the problems will only continue to get worse.

~ Olivia Pennelle

Cost of Drug Rehab in Paradise

Pricing for Paradise detox centers and drug and alcohol rehabs usually varies from program to program. The amount you may pay depends on several factors, such as:3

Treatment setting (inpatient vs. outpatient)

Amenities and special features (such as upscale offerings)

Length of treatment (30 days vs. 60 days vs. 90 days)

Funding source (Government versus private)

Location (rural versus urban)

Low-Cost and Free Drug Rehab Centers in Paradise

You can find low-cost and free Paradise alcohol rehabs by connecting with the Department of Health and Human Services Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH).4

DPBH offers a variety of low-cost services such as clinical case management, clinical counseling programs, co-occurring programs (dual success & recovery program), and clinical medication management.4

Do Medicare and Medicaid Cover Rehab Center Costs?

If you qualify for Medicare and/or Medicaid, you may utilize these programs to pay for drug and alcohol rehab. You can discuss these two options with the financial counselor at the Paradise drug rehab you will attend.6,7

Medicare and Medicaid each have different qualification requirements. If you go to a facility that accepts Medicare and Medicaid, they can cover all or part of your fees.6,7

Does Private Insurance Cover Addiction Treatment?

If you have private insurance, you can use it to pay for drug and alcohol rehab. This can keep the cost of going to drug and alcohol rehab in Paradise down. Many plays will provide partial, if not full, coverage.

You can use the phone number provided on the back of the card to talk to someone about which insurance covers care. Make sure to ask for in-network addiction treatment centers.3

There are affordable drug rehabs in Paradise whether you have insurance or not. If you can’t find one in Paradise, other parts of Nevada offer low-cost or free options. Paradise is very close to Las Vegas, Nevada, and there are many program options to choose from close by. 3, 4

Paradise, Nevada Drug and Alcohol Use Statistics

Nevada lists 142 drug and alcohol rehabs with 11,573 admitted clients receiving treatment in 2020.1

From 2019 to 2020, among those 12 years and older:2

Regarding alcohol statistics: 2

Drug and Alcohol Laws in Paradise, Nevada

Good Samaritan Law: This law prevents legal action against Nevada residents who administer naloxone or call 911 to help someone who may be overdosing on opioids. It also gives immunity to Nevada residents who seek medical treatment for an overdose for themselves or someone else. The law also allows pharmacists to dispense naloxone to people without a prescription. 

Controlled Substance Abuse Prevention Act: This law requires physicians to prescribe responsibly by ensuring the benefits outweigh the risks, to prevent potential substance misuse that starts with unnecessarily prescribed opioids. 

Drinking in Public: This Nevada law is designed to lessen sentences for those found guilty of breaking laws related to controlled substances. The goal is to reduce Nevada’s prison population by keeping low-level dealers and those with substance use disorders out of jail. 

Involuntary Commitment: Nevada marijuana law permits adults 21 years of age and older to possess up to one ounce of marijuana. However, possession and consumption of recreational marijuana must take place at private residences or licensed social-use venues. 

Addiction Treatment Settings

Research shows that if you receive treatment along what’s referred to as a “continuum of care,” recovery success rates improve. A continuum of care usually starts with an intake assessment and typically progresses from residential or inpatient care to outpatient services to community/peer support groups.

Paradise drug rehabs follow general protocols and procedures while still uniquely conducting themselves and staying focused on your care.

Medical Detox Services

In some cases, medical detox is necessary for your safety during the detoxification process.

During medical detox, credentialed medical professionals supervise your withdrawal so they can help you remain as comfortable as possible. They can minimize withdrawal symptoms and reduce any medical complication risks.8,9

Inpatient Drug Rehab in Paradise

Inpatient rehabilitation involves residing at the treatment center for the length of your program. It may last between 30 to 90 days and, when appropriate, sometimes longer than three months. Research shows that longer stays are associated with improved outcomes.8

When you arrive at a detox center in Paradise, you will complete your intake paperwork. Your belongings will be searched by staff for contraindicated items such as:8,9

  • Drugs & alcohol
  • Paraphernalia
  • Weapons

This ensures your safety and that those in the program with you. It also supports your success by limiting access to illicit and mood-altering substances or other items related to them. 8,9

A credentialed staff member will conduct an assessment. Upon completion of the assessment, an individualized plan will be created to meet your needs.

Step-Down Care

After completing inpatient drug and alcohol rehab, you may “step down” along the continuum of care to an outpatient program such as a partial hospitalization program (PHP), intensive outpatient program (IOP), or standard outpatient program (SOP).8,9

All three are provided on an outpatient basis. No matter what type of outpatient services you are receiving, you create an outpatient-specific plan with a credentialed professional.8

The main differences between PHP, IOP, and SOP are: 9

  • Number of visits per week
  • Treatment duration (length)

PHPs typically last 30 days, meeting eight hours daily and five days per week. IOPs are usually three days per week, three hours per day, and will last six to eight weeks. Some programs can offer either a day or a night IOP option. This can be very helpful if you have work obligations or other responsibilities so that the program can accommodate your schedule.9

Aftercare and Relapse Prevention

Recovery is a lifelong process, so it’s important to make sure you have an aftercare and relapse prevention plan in place after completing a program.

You may also want to supplement your Relapse Prevention Plan with other forms of support such as 12-step programs or non-12 steps programs:

  • SMART Recovery
  • Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

How to Choose the Right Paradise Drug Rehab

There are several factors to consider before selecting drug and alcohol rehabs in Paradise. The following is a basic list to help you with your decision: 8,9

Inpatient or Outpatient

When you receive an evaluation from your healthcare provider or because of a substance abuse assessment at a treatment facility, the results can help you decide which is right for you. Narrowing down your needs between inpatient and outpatient will help you find a starting point in your search.

Treatment Philosophy

Paradise alcohol rehabs differ in their treatment approaches and/or philosophies. Some take a holistic approach, while others are more standard. Depending on your priorities and preferences, you can choose either.

Price Point

When choosing a program, the price point is something to consider. There might be financing options available to you by the facility. You can discuss this with a financial counselor at the rehab.


You can contact your insurance company if you have private drug and alcohol rehab insurance. Make sure to ask your company for a list of in-network programs that accept your provider and plan.

Visitor Policy

If you’d like visits from family and loved ones during your drug and alcohol rehab in Paradise, then you can view the treatment facility’s visitor policies to help decide which one is the best fit for your needs.

Peer Support

This can be a vital part of your recovery. If you find attending peer support meetings to be valuable, you may want to select a Paradise drug rehab that includes attendance at peer support meetings in their treatment plans.

Features and Amenities

There are certain luxury and upscale drug and alcohol rehab offerings in Paradise for you. If this is a priority for you, you may choose to receive treatment from them. Features and amenities can include private rooms, recreation rooms, music rooms, Yoga studios, and luxurious views.

What to Look for in a Quality Treatment Program

When choosing rehabs and detox centers in Paradise, it is important to look for a high standard of care. Quality treatment programs would include items such as:8,9

Program Accreditation

Paradise alcohol rehabs are typically accredited by the Joint Commission (formerly JCAHO) or Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Treatment facilities that are accredited have undergone a rigorous process of checks and balances to ensure they are providing the services they tout.

Staff Credentials

Drug and alcohol rehabs in Paradise should have properly credentialed staff onboard. Each modality has different credentialing requirements that are established by an overseeing board. Having credentialed staff on-site ensures that they have met the requirements of their boards and received the proper training and board exams, which qualify them to work in the field and with you.

Individualized Treatment Plans

While you will have more than one person at a time in the Paradise drug rehab you are at, you should also receive an individualized plan. This individualized treatment can provide you with a person-centered approach. The plan is typically tailored to your situation.

Staff-to-Patient Ratio

Some may prefer a lower staff-to-patient ratio. On the other hand, this may not matter as much to others. If you thrive in a more intimate environment, you can research drug and alcohol rehab in Paradise which has a lower staff-to-patient ratio.

Payment Options

There are numerous options to cover your care outside of state-funded or private insurance options. Consider applying for grants, treatment center scholarships, asking for donations, creating a personal fundraising page, or seeking out centers that offer a sliding fee scale or financing opportunities.

Treatment Services

Finding the right option is vital to gaining success in combatting alcohol and drug use. It is essential to research the many options and weigh your current situation in making a decision. Treatments vary (e.g., medication-assisted therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, holistic therapy, etc.), and the success differs based on the person.

Access to On-Site Medical Care

Should you have co-occurring mental health or medical conditions, you may need to have regular access to a medical doctor/physician or psychiatrist at your facility.

Use of Evidence-Based Practices and Therapies

If the rehab is accredited and staff credentialed professionals, they will usually utilize evidence-based practices and therapies. These include treatment modalities that are well-researched by subject matter experts and have withstood the test of time in the field.

Aftercare Planning

Aftercare services are usually recommended following the completion of your rehabilitation program. This allows you to have continued services and support as you re-engage in your daily life and regular roles and responsibilities.

Alumni Programs

Outpatient rehabs will many times offer alumni programs, and some inpatient facilities might as well. For example, an IOP might allow alumni to host a monthly meeting or gathering, a reunion, so to speak. This would allow alumni to stay in touch with each other.

Should You Travel for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Paradise?

ParadiseParadise is an unincorporated town and census-designated place in Clark County, Nevada, United States, adjacent to the city of Las Vegas. It was formed on December 8, 1950.

Paradise is located fewer than 10 miles and a 15-minute drive from Southern Las Vegas. It is an unincorporated town in Clark County, Nevada. Its closeness to Las Vegas makes it a prime place to travel for alcohol and drug treatment. There are numerous options for treatment, and it boasts the Harry Reid International Airport, so it’s convenient to fly into.

If you are a sports aficionado or like culinary delights and eating at restaurants, Cesar’s Palace and MGM Grand are also close by.

The most desired areas in Paradise tend to be in the northwest parts of the neighborhood. The more affordable homes are in the central regions.11

At the time this article was written, median house prices in Paradise were less costly than the United States median. Given Paradise’s proximity to Las Vegas, you may consider it as employment opportunities abound in such a big city. You would be in a town nearby, without the bustling energy of the “strip” while still being able to access the perks of a big city. 11,12

Paradise is close to southern Las Vegas, which has several drug and rehab options within a 20-minute drive. No matter what type of rehab you are looking for, whether it is an upscale luxury facility or a standard one, you would be able to locate one via Paradise, Nevada. 11,12


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  2. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA). (2020). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS): 2020.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. (2021, December 13). 2019-2020 NSDUH State-Specific Tables, Nevada.
  4. (2019). Paying for Treatment.
  5. Department of Health and Human Services Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH). (2021, June 4). Welcome to the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH).
  6. (n.d.). Find a Treatment Facility Near You.
  7. (n.d.) Get started with Medicare.
  8. (n.d.). Medicaid & Chip in Nevada.
  9. Substance Abuse: Clinical Issues in Intensive Outpatient Treatment. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series, No. 47. Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. Rockville (MD): Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (US); 2016.
  10. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (US). Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health [Internet]. Office of the Surgeon General (US). Washington (DC): US Department of Health and Human Services; 2016 Nov.
  11. Provider’s Clinical Support System (2017). MAT Training for Medication Assisted Treatment.
  12. Data USA. (2019). Paradise, NV Census Place.
  13. City of Las Vegas. (n.d.) Las Vegas.
  14. Nevada Statutes. (n.d.). Chapter 41, Section 41.500, Liability of Persons Who Render Emergency Care or Gratuitous Care.
  15. Nevada Statutes. (n.d.). Chapter 453C Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act.

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Located in Portland, OR, Olivia Pennelle (Liv) is an author, journalist & content strategist. She's the founder of Liv’s Recovery Kitchen, a popular site dedicated to providing the ingredients for a fulfilling life in recovery. Liv also co-founded the podcast Breaking Free: Your Recovery, Your Way. She found recovery in 2012 & her pathway is a fluid patchwork of what works for her.
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