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Recovering from substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders is hard work, but well worth it. Vogue Recovery Center’s clinical approach to drug and alcohol treatment is evidence-based but also engaging, so you stay engaged and inspired in your recovery journey.

We use traditional approaches like individual, group, and family therapy as well as holistic treatments such as yoga, art therapy, psychodrama, and other experiential therapies. Our alcohol and drug rehabs specialize in dual diagnosis treatment that simultaneously addresses addiction and the underlying issues that perpetuate it like trauma and other mental health conditions. This allows you to heal the whole person, putting you in a healthy space to develop skills for long-term recovery.

Our Treatment Programs

Vogue Recovery Center offers a full continuum of care with both inpatient and outpatient treatment options. Many clients begin in one of our residential treatment programs or partial hospitalization programs (PHP) and “step down” through the treatment process to programs with less hours until they feel more confident in their sobriety. Our specialized programs vary by location, focus on preventing relapse, and include:

Drug or Alcohol Detox

If you’ve been engaging in regular alcohol or drug abuse, detox will be the first step in treatment. We offer medical detox and sub-acute detox to help make this process safe and as comfortable as possible. You’ll receive round-the-clock medical care and our doctors will prescribe medications to ease withdrawal symptoms. (AZ, CA, and NV)

Inpatient Treatment

Our inpatient rehabs provide space away from triggers so you can focus on getting better. You’ll live in home-like residences and attend addiction treatment during the day. You’ll engage in several types of therapies, go on outings, learn new coping skills, and get support from peers in recovery. (AZ, CA, and NV)

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Some clients enter treatment at the PHP level. Others transition into it as a step-down from residential treatment. In our PHPs, you’ll live at home or in a sober living residence and attend treatment at the facility during the day. Our PHPs offer many of the same therapies as our inpatient programs. (AZ)

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Our IOPs provide outpatient rehab as you transition back into everyday life. You’ll attend groups and individual sessions during the week on a lesser scale than residential treatment. At the IOP level, you’ll return to work or look for employment as part of your treatment goals. You can work through triggers with IOP staff who will understand this transition back into everyday life and watch for signs of relapse. (AZ and NV)

Outpatient Program

As you gain a stronger foundation in sobriety, you’ll move from our IOP into our outpatient program. This is the last step in formal treatment before emerging into full independence. Our outpatient programs meet from 1 to 3 hours a week at the treatment center you attend. You’ll address any triggers that you’re encountering and strengthen relapse-prevention skills. (AZ and NV)

Sober Living

Our sober living residences provide a safe, supportive setting while you attend outpatient treatment and gain your footing in recovery. You’ll live with treatment peers in home-like residences. (AZ and NV)

First Responders and Veterans Program: Valor

People in the military or those who witness the trauma of others regularly have unique treatment needs. That’s why we offer specialized programming for veterans and first responders dealing with PTSD and substance abuse. You’ll attend treatment with peers in similar situations and take part in trauma-focused therapies. (AZ and NV)

Our Treatment Center Locations

We have substance abuse treatment programs in Arizona, California, and Nevada. Each treatment facility has its own unique atmosphere and personality, but all locations offer evidence-based care proven to help people recover from substance abuse.

Phoenix, AZ Addiction Treatment Program

Our Phoenix rehab center offers a home-like treatment setting in sunny Arizona. We specialize in dual diagnosis treatment and our therapists are trained in treating LGBTQIA clients. We also have a program for veterans and first responders.

  • Short and long-term detox
  • Inpatient treatment
  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP)
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Veterans/first responders program
  • Sober living
  • Co-occurring disorders treatment

Tarzana, CA Addiction Treatment Program

Set in Tarzana, Vogues’ Los Angeles treatment center is a luxury rehab located in a discreet, serene setting. We only accept a small number of clients at a time which allows us to provide exceptional, individualized care and utmost comfort and privacy.

  • Alcohol and drug detox
  • Inpatient treatment
  • Aftercare
  • Co-occurring disorders treatment

Las Vegas, NV Addiction Treatment Program

Our Las Vegas treatment program is set in a quiet metropolitan area. We provide a full continuum of care and can detox and treat clients with complex conditions like pregnant women and those with pre-existing physical and psychiatric conditions. We have a chronic pain track and special programming for first responders and veterans.

  • Medical detox
  • Inpatient treatment
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Veterans/first responders program (Valor)
  • Chronic pain track
  • Sober living
  • Co-occurring disorders treatment

Our Therapies

At Vogue Recovery Center, we offer traditional and holistic types of treatment so you can find what approaches best support your recovery. Specific therapies offered depend on the Vogue Recovery Center location and your program (ie., inpatient vs. outpatient).

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

An approach that draws heavily on mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) encourages you to stay centered in the present. Your therapist will teach you mindfulness tools that help you accept your thoughts and experiences without labeling them as good or bad. When you train your brain to notice and accept thoughts and feelings, the urge to numb them out with alcohol or drugs may not be as intense. Acceptance and commitment therapy also helps you with goal setting and pinpointing concrete ways you can make positive changes in your life.

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada

Art Therapy

Art therapy helps you express thoughts and emotions you find difficult to verbalize. Creating pieces with clay, paint, collages, and other materials can be a very healing experience that helps you connect the physical and mental parts of yourself and heal in alternative ways.

Offered at: California and Nevada

Chiropractic Services

Chiropractic services can be a healthy alternative to addictive pain medication. If you’re struggling with opioid addiction, these services can help ease discomfort as you learn healthier ways to manage pain. Chiropractic services can also be useful if your substance abuse has been masking physical pain that arises after detoxing.

Offered at: Nevada

Case Management

You’ll have a dedicated case manager who will make sure that you have all of the different supports you need during and after addiction treatment. Your case manager may connect you with dentists, nutritionists, physicians, and other providers. They’ll also help schedule therapy appointments and other aftercare needs before you leave.

Offered at: Arizona, California, Nevada

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy is an evidence-based treatment approach for substance use disorders. In CBT, a therapist helps you identify unhealthy and inaccurate ways of thinking. You’ll learn to replace those thoughts with healthier, more accurate ones. Through this process you will see how thoughts, emotions, and behaviors are interlinked and acquire the knowledge and tools to make positive changes in your life.

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)

A form of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), cognitive processing therapy (CPT) is especially useful for treating PTSD and related conditions.  In CPT, a therapist helps you recognize how past trauma is impacting your present-day life.  You’ll work to reframe the way you process traumatic events and learn specific skills to help you do so.  CPT can be used in group therapy or one-on-one counseling.

Offered at: Nevada

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) uses CBT and mindfulness tools to help you manage upsetting thoughts and regulate emotions. This can include paying attention to your physical and sensory experience as distressing emotions and thoughts arise. DBT is known to be particularly effective for people who struggle with thoughts of suicide, eating disorders, addiction, and personality disorders like borderline personality disorder.

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada

Experiential Therapies

Activities like yoga, music and art therapy, psychodrama, and adventure therapy are examples of experiential approaches. They can complement cognitive-based therapies by helping you process emotions in both the body and mind. Our rehab programs draw on several experiential approaches that vary by location and level of care.

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an evidence-based therapy for treating trauma. During an EMDR session, your therapist will use different techniques to stimulate rapid eye movement while you recall difficult feelings or experiences. This bilateral stimulation of your eyes can help you re-process past trauma so that it’s less intrusive in your present-day life. EMDR can be particularly useful in treating physiological fear symptoms, anxiety, flashbacks, overwhelming thoughts, and panic attacks.

Offered at: Arizona and Nevada

Family Support

Addiction and co-occurring disorders impact the entire family system. Relationships and interpersonal patterns can also contribute to substance abuse.  Vogue Recovery Center offers several resources for clients’ loved ones so they can heal from addiction’s wounds as well. Depending on the location, family support may include family groups, family therapy, or family events. The goal is for all family members to learn how to communicate better and support each other in helpful ways.

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada

Group Therapy

A transformative part of addiction treatment for many is hearing from and sharing with others who’ve had similar struggles. Group therapy provides a safe space to process difficulties, build interpersonal skills, and learn healthy coping skills among peers in recovery. Led by behavioral health staff or addiction counselors, you’ll cover topics related to addiction and the reasons that you use drugs and alcohol.

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada

Individual Therapy

Developing a trusting relationship with a therapist in one-on-one counseling can be a healing part of your recovery journey. Individual therapy helps you dig deeper into the reasons behind substance abuse. It also provides a safe space to process any emotions that come up in group therapy or discuss issues you’re not ready to share in group. Our counselors are well-versed in a number of therapeutic approaches, so you get treatment that is effective and keeps you engaged.

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada


LGBTQIA clients often experience trauma because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Our therapists are trained in treating LGBTQIA clients and we offer a LGBTQIA group where you can feel safe sharing with other peers who understand what you’ve been through. Topics often include issues around attachment, trauma, rejection, and shame.

Offered at: Arizona

Life Skills Training

Returning to life outside of a treatment setting can be difficult. We help you prepare for this transition by re-orienting you with everyday skills you haven’t used in a while because of your addiction. This may include returning to the workforce, taking care of yourself, adopting a healthy lifestyle, and building structure and a strong support system.

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Heroin, prescription opioid addictions, and alcohol addiction can be particularly hard to overcome due to cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Medications like naltrexone, acamprosate, suboxone, and disulfiram are shown to help ease withdrawal and cravings from these substances. When you’re feeling better physically, you’re able to focus more on the behavioral therapies and experiences that promote long-term recovery. Our medical team can prescribe these medications as clinically appropriate.

Offered at: Arizona and California

Medication Management

Untreated or undertreated mental illness can contribute to substance abuse. We provide mental health treatment when substance abuse is the primary diagnosis. Often antidepressants, anti-anxiety, or antipsychotic medications can help ease mental illness symptoms. This can greatly help the behavioral work you’re doing. Our medical team will prescribe or manage medications as clinically appropriate.

Offered at: Arizona and California


Practicing ways to stay present in the here and now can be a valuable relapse-prevention tool. A part of addiction recovery is taking sobriety one day at a time, or even one minute at a time. We teach you mindfulness techniques that keep you in the present like deep breathing, meditation, and sensory awareness.

Offered at: California

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational interviewing is a therapeutic approach that taps into your own desire for change. A therapist serves as a guide and collaborator, helping you find your own answers and goals for the future. Through this process you’ll gain a sense of independence, self-affirmation, and confidence.

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada

Music Therapy

Many clients find music to be a healing part of recovery. Music therapy can help you process emotions and gain healthy coping skills. Music therapy can involve several approaches like:

  • Writing or listening to music
  • Lyric work
  • Recognizing moods tied to music
  • Making playlists
  • Easing emotional or physical stress

Offered at: California and Nevada

Nutrition Support

When using substances is your focus, nutrition falls by the wayside. It’s important for people in recovery to repair nutritional deficits. Eating well can help you feel better physically and mentally, which lessens the pull to self-medicate. We’ll teach you about proper nutrition through well-balanced meals, education, and nutrition groups.

Offered at: California


Our unique Recovery Fit program gives you the chance to work with a personal trainer.  This provides an individualized approach to fitness and helps you learn how exercise supports recovery. RecoveryFit emphasizes a physical experience of 12 spiritual principles. You’ll learn how these principles support recovery through activity, connection, and movement.

Offered at: California and Nevada

Relapse Prevention Skills

The same triggers will still be there when you return to everyday life. That’s why we teach relapse prevention skills throughout the treatment process. You’ll learn ways to cope with feelings and experiences that make you want to drink or use drugs. Some relapse prevention skills you’ll explore may include:

  • Fitness
  • Support groups
  • Mindfulness
  • Yoga
  • Journaling
  • Hobbies
  • Spirituality

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada

Social Skills / Team Building

Part of addiction recovery is re-learning how to have fun and connect with others without alcohol or drugs. We’ll provide you opportunities to be social without substances, so you’re prepared for everyday life. This may include activities like recreation, social skills groups, and games.

Offered at: California

Trauma-Focused CBT

Trauma-focused CBT (TF-CBT) draws from traditional cognitive behavioral therapy principles to explore how trauma is impacting your life. You’ll address behaviors, beliefs, and thoughts that stem from traumatic experiences. Your therapist will help you reframe feelings and thoughts tied to trauma from a place of strength.

Offered at: California

12-Step Groups

The support of peers in recovery is an important part of staying sober. 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) provide accountability and a sense of community in sobriety. A sponsor can also be very helpful in early recovery. We’ll introduce you to 12-step groups or alternatives to 12-step groups if you don’t relate to the idea of a higher power.

Offered at: Arizona, California, and Nevada


Yoga is a “moving mindfulness practice” that helps you mend the mind-body connection. Poses and gentle stretches can help you reconnect with your body. Many clients find yoga to be a valuable part of their recovery and a helpful relapse-prevention practice when they’re feeling triggered.

Offered at: California

Do I Need Addiction Treatment?

If you’re concerned you have a problem with drug or alcohol abuse, you likely do. Without treatment, addiction only gets worse. If you’re wondering if you need alcohol or drug addiction treatment, consider these substance abuse signs:

  • Failed attempts to quit or cut back on drinking or using drugs.
  • Relationship, legal, or financial problems because of substance use.
  • Concern from friends or family over your drinking or drug use.
  • Decreased performance at work or school.
  • Using drugs or alcohol even when you weren’t planning on it.
  • Feeling unable to turn down alcohol or drugs.
  • Missing work or other obligations because you’re using substances or recovering from them.
  • Needing drugs or alcohol to feel “normal.”
  • Experiencing physical or emotional withdrawal symptoms without drugs or alcohol.
  • Regularly thinking about when you’re going to use substances again and how you’re going to get them.
  • Avoiding events or activities that don’t involve drugs or alcohol.
  • Difficulty imagining life without drugs or alcohol.
  • Engaging in dangerous behavior when using substances.
  • Continuing to drink or use drugs despite negative consequences to your health, relationships, vocation, or life.

You don’t need to hit rock bottom to be ready for addiction treatment. If you’re concerned about your substance use or that of a loved one, call us for a free, confidential assessment.

Why Choose Vogue Recovery Center

There’s a different feeling at Vogue Recovery Center than other treatment facilities. Staff and peers in treatment become like family and there’s a sense of support and care that’s palpable. We’re honored to be a part of our clients’ recovery journeys, and they can feel it. Here’s just a few reasons why we’re the choice for thousands of people in recovery:

Individualized Treatment Plans

At Vogue Recovery Center, we offer evidence-based treatment tailored to your unique needs and preferences. We keep our staff-to-client ratio exceptional so that we can give you the attention and support you need and deserve during this important part of the recovery process.


Our treatment centers have been awarded the gold standard certification from the Joint Commission. It’s a standard achieved by only 10% of healthcare providers nationally, we’re dedicated to rigorous quality assurance and exceptional care.

Trauma-Focused Care

Past trauma is a common contributor to substance use disorders. Most people have experienced some form of trauma in their lives, and many need the help of behavioral health professionals to process it and move past it. Our counselors are specially trained in trauma therapies that loosen the grip past emotional pain has on your life.

Specialized Programming

We offer a full continuum of care as well as specialized programming for people with a dual diagnosis, LGBTQI clients, and veterans and first responders. Our addiction professionals have years of experience treating diverse client populations and can treat the most complex addictions and co-occurring disorders.

Lifelong Support

Once you walk through our doors, you’re a part of the Vogue family for life. You’ll feel attended to and cared for by our team of experts and medical professionals and meet peers who become close friends. Our alumni program connects you with others in recovery who may become some of your closest friends. Anyone who has attended our treatment programs at any time is always welcome at our alumni meetings and events.

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Life feels like an everyday struggle right now, but it’s going to get better. Making the decision to get help for substance abuse is the first step in changing everything. Call us for a free, confidential consultation today.