Las Vegas Recovery Center

★★★★☆
  • 3321 N Buffalo Dr #150

    Las Vegas, NV 89129

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  • 702-515-1373

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  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Addiction Treatment Programs
  • Drug Abuse Treatment
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M-Su 24hr
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You can say so many wonderful things about this facility but the proof is in the lasting recovery. Our son, celebrated 9 years of recovery just a few months ago. After several other centers, we found Las Vegas Recovery Center. It saved his life and gave his family back their lives. We will be forever grateful to the wonderful staff that not only help our son through all of this but helped us too.

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You can say so many wonderful things about this facility but the proof is in the lasting recovery. Our son, celebrated 9 years of recovery just a few months ago. After several other centers, we found Las Vegas Recovery Center. It saved his life and gave his family back their lives. We will be forever grateful to the wonderful staff that not only help our son through all of this but helped us too.

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I spent about a month at this program. what an experience.... can't thank Dr. Pohl and the counseling staff enough. I spent time at multiple facilities and found LVRC to be excellent. I bonded closely with some of the people that were there with me - we keep in touch still today after many years. The rooms were comfortable, that staff did my laundry and the chef made some great meals. Dr. Pohls lecture about the brain and the science behind what is happening was beyond helpful for me. I have never been a spiritual person so this portion was easy for me to accept and understand. I have since recommended this place to some of my own family members or friends. They gave me and my family a very clear direction to follow after treatment. Thanks LVRC!!!!

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I spent about a month at this program. what an experience.... can't thank Dr. Pohl and the counseling staff enough. I spent time at multiple facilities and found LVRC to be excellent. I bonded closely with some of the people that were there with me - we keep in touch still today after many years. The rooms were comfortable, that staff did my laundry and the chef made some great meals. Dr. Pohls lecture about the brain and the science behind what is happening was beyond helpful for me. I have never been a spiritual person so this portion was easy for me to accept and understand. I have since recommended this place to some of my own family members or friends. They gave me and my family a very clear direction to follow after treatment. Thanks LVRC!!!!

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I give their holistic Pain Recovery Program 5 stars, but their entire program has improved dramatically in the 11 years they have been in business. Las Vegas Recovery Center has a new CEO, Johanna O'flaherty who formerly worked for Betty Ford Center. Her focus is on clinical excellence and treating trauma along side addiction. They continue to make updates to their facility, have an extremely dedicated staff, are involved in their community and are committed to an intimate healing setting and providing long-term support for their clients through their alumni association.Their 10 year old chronic pain treatment program has grown and improved substantially. They are one of, if not he only, pain program(s) to publish their program outcome averages on their website here: http://lasvegasrecovery.com/Chronic-Pain-Treatment/evidence-that-our-chronic-pain-treatment-program-works.All programs are still led by Mel Pohl. He is well known and respected throughout the field of addiction. I know many people who have thanked him personally. He has gained a lot of respect from forward thinking medical experts for maintaining his stance that opiates are not a cure for chronic pain and there are better ways to treat chronic pain than treating opiates. Anyone who knows anything about chronic pain treatment knows the field is gravitating towards programs like the one he created a decade ago.While Las Vegas Recovery Center is a highly qualified addiction treatment facility, there simply is no more comprehensive holistic chronic pain treatment program out there. If you have chronic pain and would like to stop taking prescription medication and want to get your life back, this is where you should go. If you are close to Las Vegas, NV and want the best addiction treatment doctor in the state, there is noone more qualified than Mel Pohl in Las Vegas.

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I give their holistic Pain Recovery Program 5 stars, but their entire program has improved dramatically in the 11 years they have been in business. Las Vegas Recovery Center has a new CEO, Johanna O'flaherty who formerly worked for Betty Ford Center. Her focus is on clinical excellence and treating trauma along side addiction. They continue to make updates to their facility, have an extremely dedicated staff, are involved in their community and are committed to an intimate healing setting and providing long-term support for their clients through their alumni association.Their 10 year old chronic pain treatment program has grown and improved substantially. They are one of, if not he only, pain program(s) to publish their program outcome averages on their website here: http://lasvegasrecovery.com/Chronic-Pain-Treatment/evidence-that-our-chronic-pain-treatment-program-works.All programs are still led by Mel Pohl. He is well known and respected throughout the field of addiction. I know many people who have thanked him personally. He has gained a lot of respect from forward thinking medical experts for maintaining his stance that opiates are not a cure for chronic pain and there are better ways to treat chronic pain than treating opiates. Anyone who knows anything about chronic pain treatment knows the field is gravitating towards programs like the one he created a decade ago.While Las Vegas Recovery Center is a highly qualified addiction treatment facility, there simply is no more comprehensive holistic chronic pain treatment program out there. If you have chronic pain and would like to stop taking prescription medication and want to get your life back, this is where you should go. If you are close to Las Vegas, NV and want the best addiction treatment doctor in the state, there is noone more qualified than Mel Pohl in Las Vegas.

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If you or your loved one is suffering from alcohol or drug addiction, and you currently have Cigna PPO coverage, it may be a significant cost savings to you and or your loved one.

Call (855) YES-REHAB & Visit http://theaddictionhotline.org/

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I do not recommend this facility.
The staff is abusive, the doctors are alternative new age types, and most of their program consists of threats, faith healing, and quack medicine.Smart people see right through their "faith-healing" and "quack, new age alternative treatment program."?The "doctors" there are nothing of the sort; they are certifiably negligent and incompetent. The staff are so poorly educated and informed they think abuse is a virtue. Threats, slogans, and little pamphlets are not treatment. NA and AA meetings are not treatment. Cult religion anyone??

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I do not recommend this facility.
The staff is abusive, the doctors are alternative new age types, and most of their program consists of threats, faith healing, and quack medicine.Smart people see right through their "faith-healing" and "quack, new age alternative treatment program."?The "doctors" there are nothing of the sort; they are certifiably negligent and incompetent. The staff are so poorly educated and informed they think abuse is a virtue. Threats, slogans, and little pamphlets are not treatment. NA and AA meetings are not treatment. Cult religion anyone??

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Drug rehab is a fraud; here??s a prime example:
Las Vegas Recovery Center, LVRC, is a sad, deplorable joke, but it's not funny. Most patients, including chronic pain ones would benefit more from a good detox center at a hospital, then pain management from a qualified physical therapist. The staff are all NA/AA "true believers" and don't mention other recovery programs that are non-12 step such as SMART Recovery, MFS, WFS, and the Buddhist Recovery network. NA/AA is a cult-like program that intensifies shame and guilt, and is completely ineffectual. Near suicidal patients are made more depressed by the staff's constant message of: "you're going to die if you don't accept AA/NA as your religion!" Its all just propaganda nonsense and faith healing; NA and AA don??t work.
Addiction is a genetic, neurotransmitter condition, not a moral and spiritual disease, as they would have you believe. LVRC??s amateur staff cultivates this shame and guilt in order to get a person to believe in their "program", which has counselors yelling and screaming at you for every little infraction and indoctrinating you into the harmful cult of Narcotics Anonymous and AA. They smoke constantly, and tobacco is the #1 killer drug in America. Tobacco effects the brain just like every other drug that's abused, flooding the reward center with dopamine.
Addicts are better off learning Transcendental Meditation on their own, and getting acupuncture, massage, Tai Chi, and yoga as a better way to recover. Non-12 step help groups can help if you need them. Save yourself the $30-$130,000.00 for a one to three-month stay, which they will twist your arm and your family's to agree to. It's a fraudulent business like any other and they need to make money, profit or non-profit. They overbill insurance companies as a routine and that??s bad for everyone??s insurance rates. Health allegations are rampant, the food is marginal, and the doctors are frighteningly mentally abusive at times. LVRC also will convince you while you are in detox to give your psychologist or therapist permission to talk to them about you. This is a criminal act, against the First Amendment of the Constitution, and a violation of the HIPPA laws. They don't care. The owner drives a $350,000.00, blue, 612 Ferrari, so that should tell you something; it's a scam, although a fancy one at that. Its widely known in the medical community that drug treatment centers are a huge fraud, and provide only a placebo effect at best.
If you want to be forced into a dogmatic, superstitious, religious cult by threats of impending death then this is the program for you. Otherwise just buy Dr. Pohl??s pain book and go to non-12 step SMART meetings where you will find rational human beings. I'm a well-known Las Vegas surgeon, I went to LVRC of my own free will, paid my own way, and they treated me and my fellow patients like children, liars, deviants, and criminals. My pain got better, but it was the detoxing off the drugs and physical therapy, not them or their superstitious nonsense and worthless family program. It's called Opiod-Induced Hyperalgesia, and its caused by being on opiates too long. The brain short-circuits at the Limbic system. The pain meds make the pain worse over time; detoxing off them will make you much better with good physical therapy. Don??t be conned by interventionists and the fraudulent rehab clinics they front for; its all a huge scam.
3371 N. Buffalo Drive?Las Vegas, NV 89129

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Drug rehab is a fraud; here??s a prime example:
Las Vegas Recovery Center, LVRC, is a sad, deplorable joke, but it's not funny. Most patients, including chronic pain ones would benefit more from a good detox center at a hospital, then pain management from a qualified physical therapist. The staff are all NA/AA "true believers" and don't mention other recovery programs that are non-12 step such as SMART Recovery, MFS, WFS, and the Buddhist Recovery network. NA/AA is a cult-like program that intensifies shame and guilt, and is completely ineffectual. Near suicidal patients are made more depressed by the staff's constant message of: "you're going to die if you don't accept AA/NA as your religion!" Its all just propaganda nonsense and faith healing; NA and AA don??t work.
Addiction is a genetic, neurotransmitter condition, not a moral and spiritual disease, as they would have you believe. LVRC??s amateur staff cultivates this shame and guilt in order to get a person to believe in their "program", which has counselors yelling and screaming at you for every little infraction and indoctrinating you into the harmful cult of Narcotics Anonymous and AA. They smoke constantly, and tobacco is the #1 killer drug in America. Tobacco effects the brain just like every other drug that's abused, flooding the reward center with dopamine.
Addicts are better off learning Transcendental Meditation on their own, and getting acupuncture, massage, Tai Chi, and yoga as a better way to recover. Non-12 step help groups can help if you need them. Save yourself the $30-$130,000.00 for a one to three-month stay, which they will twist your arm and your family's to agree to. It's a fraudulent business like any other and they need to make money, profit or non-profit. They overbill insurance companies as a routine and that??s bad for everyone??s insurance rates. Health allegations are rampant, the food is marginal, and the doctors are frighteningly mentally abusive at times. LVRC also will convince you while you are in detox to give your psychologist or therapist permission to talk to them about you. This is a criminal act, against the First Amendment of the Constitution, and a violation of the HIPPA laws. They don't care. The owner drives a $350,000.00, blue, 612 Ferrari, so that should tell you something; it's a scam, although a fancy one at that. Its widely known in the medical community that drug treatment centers are a huge fraud, and provide only a placebo effect at best.
If you want to be forced into a dogmatic, superstitious, religious cult by threats of impending death then this is the program for you. Otherwise just buy Dr. Pohl??s pain book and go to non-12 step SMART meetings where you will find rational human beings. I'm a well-known Las Vegas surgeon, I went to LVRC of my own free will, paid my own way, and they treated me and my fellow patients like children, liars, deviants, and criminals. My pain got better, but it was the detoxing off the drugs and physical therapy, not them or their superstitious nonsense and worthless family program. It's called Opiod-Induced Hyperalgesia, and its caused by being on opiates too long. The brain short-circuits at the Limbic system. The pain meds make the pain worse over time; detoxing off them will make you much better with good physical therapy. Don??t be conned by interventionists and the fraudulent rehab clinics they front for; its all a huge scam.
3371 N. Buffalo Drive?Las Vegas, NV 89129

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