How to find rehab in Nevada
Finding detox in Nevada can be difficult. Here's everything you need to know about NV rehab options and how to find local treatment as soon as possible.
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Types of rehab in Nevada
How to pay for detox in Nevada
State-funded-rehab in Nevada
Addiction claimed the lives of nearly 700 Nevada residents in 2018, according to reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While many people believe that addiction is a choice, stopping without any help is difficult and dangerous — even life-threatening. Addiction itself is a disease rather than a matter of will power and requires intense monitoring by medical professionals around the clock.
You may think that the most common reason people don’t end up attending treatment is due to their own will or financial ability. However, you would be surprised to know that not understanding exactly how to access treatment plays a major role in treatment attendance.
At American Addiction Centers, our mission is to help people all across the nation find treatment however they can, regardless of whether or not it takes place at one of our own facilities. This page is dedicated to helping individuals understand how to select treatment providers and pay use resources available to them to pay for treatment.
Types of Rehab Available in Nevada
In Nevada and across the nation, the most common and widely accepted types of addiction treatment come in the form of detox, inpatient treatment, and outpatient treatment. Detox lasts about 5-7 days and focuses on stabilization and managing uncomfortable–and sometimes dangerous– withdrawal symptoms. Inpatient care can last from 28 to 90 days and focuses on comfort, medical support, and regular therapy. Outpatient from then on is oriented to help people maintain healthy habits that were developed throughout their inpatient care.
There are many facilities in Nevada offering rehab at varying levels of care. In the table below, you’ll find a breakdown of treatment centers in the state and the level of care they offer.
|Type of Care, by number and percent|
|Day Treatment/Partial Hospitalization||9||11.11%|
|Methadone/buprenorphine maintenance or naltrexone treatment||20||24.69%|
Paying for Detox or Rehab in Nevada
Addiction treatment spending in the U.S. is projected to reach $42 billion in 2020. While that number pales in comparison to the $600 billion annually that substance abuse costs the nation, paying for treatment in Nevada can still be expensive. As a result, financial ability can play a large role in someone’s ability to access treatment.
There are several items to consider when choosing a provider to ensure that the facility will suit your needs. The first of which is deciding whether or not you will attend a state-funded facility or a privately owned one. The second will be choosing how to pay for treatment.
State-Funded and Private Rehab in Nevada
State-Funded detox or rehab programs can be attractive for several reasons. The primary reason being the economic impact state-funded or government programs cost is far cheaper than that of private programs. While the difference in the effectiveness of a state-funded program versus a private program are almost indistinguishable, there are some short comings associated with state-funded programs.
The demand for rehab and detox is extremely high in America and across the world. As a result, many state-funded programs are overwhelmed with people ready to attend treatment. This means that they these programs have to prioritize admissions based on the severity of someone’s addiction and may limit the number of times one may admit to a state-funded facility. Additionally, state-funded programs in Nevada may lack the amenities that private facilities use to make their patients’ treatment experience as comfortable as possible.
In the table below, you’ll find a breakdown of all the types of rehab and detox facilities to better understand your options in Nevada.
|Facility Operation, by number and percent|
|Private for Profit||25||30.86%|
|Local, county, or community government||0||0.00%|
Detox & Rehab by Payment Option in Nevada
The table below breaks down the typical payment methods used and how many facilities in California accept each payment type so you can understand the type of options you may have to pay for treatment.
|Facility Payment Options, by Number and percent|
|Cash or self-payment||66||81.48%|
|Private Health Insurance||63||77.78%|
|State-financed Health insurance||39||48.15%|
|Federal military insurance||33||40.74%|
|No payment accepted (free treatment for all clients)||5||6.17%|
|IHS/Tribal/Union (ITU) funds||15||18.52%|
|Sliding fee scale||39||48.15%|
|Treatment at no charge or minimal payment for clients who can’t pay||42||51.85%|
Detox & Rehab Center Accreditations in Nevada
Once you have decided what type of level of care would best suit you and what kind of provider is the best fit for your payment method, you should next consider the accreditation of the facility you are considering.
Accreditations are an important part of selecting the right treatment provider. In Nevada, you can find board-certified addiction-medicine doctors on the Nevada Society of Addiction Medicine website and you can also check the website of the Nevada Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals. Leveraging these tools can help you identify reputable providers and weed out any potentially unscrupulous facilities.
Additionally, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accredits operators worldwide at the request of health and human service providers. The Joint Commission Accreditation for Addiction Treatment Providers (often referred to simply as the Joint Commission) also provides accreditation to service providers. The table below will break down the types of accreditations in the state of Nevada and the number of facilities that have each.
|Facility Licensing, Certification, or Accreditation, by number and percent|
|Any listed agency/organization||71||87.65%|
|State substance abuse agency||62||76.54%|
|State mental health department||21||25.93%|
|State department of health||38||46.91%|
|Hospital licensing authority||8||9.88%|
|The Joint Commission||15||18.52%|
|Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)||16||19.75%|
|National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)||1||1.23%|
|Council on Accreditation (COA)||2||2.47%|
|Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP)||0||0.00%|
|Other national organization or federal, state or local agency||5||6.17%|