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Las Vegas, Nevada Drug & Alcohol Rehab

Las Vegas, Nevada Drug & Alcohol Rehab

Our Las Vegas Facility

Tucked into a quiet metropolitan area in Las Vegas, Nevada, Vogue Recovery Center is a comfortable, private setting where you’ll take back your life from drugs and alcohol.

Our Las Vegas rehab program uses therapies and approaches proven to effectively treat addiction and mental health disorders. We’ll help you reconnect with yourself and discover that you can live a healthy, fulfilling life in long-term recovery.

At Vogue Recovery Center, you’ll be guided through early sobriety by credentialed addiction specialists who are down-to-earth and passionate about their work. Other clients understand what you’re going through and will become more than just peers in addiction treatment. You’ll develop deep connections with them and learn the rewards of authenticity and vulnerability in relationships. As you begin your recovery journey with us, you’ll feel safe and supported while you dig into the reasons behind your substance abuse and begin healing emotional wounds.

Our rehab center in Las Vegas offers a full continuum of care as well as a chronic pain track and special programming for veterans and first responders. We treat substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders with a focus on relapse prevention, so you’re prepared with everything you need for long-term recovery.

Las Vegas Nevada facility
Las Vegas Nevada facility
Las Vegas Nevada facility
Vogue Recovery Center – Nevada

4011 McLeod Dr,
Las Vegas, NV 89121
United States
(866) 682-8449

“If you need to detox from drugs or alcohol this place is awesome. They treat clients with dignity and respect. The staff members are compassionate and professional. It’s obvious this detox is run with care and understanding. They are the state of the art in addiction recovery. Highly recommended!”
Joseph Peabody

Our Las Vegas Treatment Programs

Vogue’s Las Vegas, Nevada rehab center offers all levels of addiction treatment. We’re able to treat even the most complex co-occurring disorders, such as acute psychiatric conditions like bipolar disorder, clinical depression, and psychosis. Our nurses are trained in high medical acuity so we’re able to detox patients who have unique treatment needs like pregnant women and those with pre-existing physical and psychiatric conditions.

Medically Monitored Detox

For many with drug or alcohol addictions, the first step in a substance abuse treatment program is time in a detox center. Our Las Vegas recovery center offers medically monitored detox. You’ll safely eliminate alcohol and drugs from your body in a comfortable environment. An on-call physician oversees your care and nurses monitor you around the clock, using medications to ease withdrawal symptoms.

Residential Treatment

Residential Treatment

Inpatient treatment is the highest level of care for alcohol and drug addictions. It’s where many clients begin treatment after detox. Residential rehab gives you space and distance from triggers so you can focus on recovery. You’ll live in safe, comfortable residences and attend individual and group therapy during the day. Evenings include recovery activities and time to reflect on what you’ve learned.

Partial Hospitalization Program

Partial Hospitalization Program

Our partial hospitalization program provides addiction treatment during the day while you live at home or a sober-living residence. PHPs can serve as a step-down from inpatient treatment or an entry point into a structured addiction treatment program if you don’t require a higher level of care. Some people who need to be at home in the evenings choose this option.

Intensive Outpatient Program

Intensive Outpatient Program

In an intensive outpatient program, you’ll spend fewer hours in treatment than you would in a partial hospitalization program. Clients in our IOP attend substance abuse treatment on weekdays for three hours each day. Our intensive outpatient program allows you to keep a strong foothold in addiction treatment and our recovery community while you ease back into work, school, and everyday responsibilities.

Outpatient Program

Outpatient Program

Outpatient treatment is one of the final steps in treatment. You’ll attend treatment for one hour, two days a week. Meeting times are flexible. Outpatient treatment provides a weekly check-in opportunity where you’ll discuss real-world triggers as you return to everyday life. You’ll get regular support from peers and strengthen recovery skills while living at home or a sober-living residence.


Sober-Living Residences

While you attend outpatient addiction treatment and transition back into independent life, you may choose to live in our sober-living residences. Sober transitional housing provides a home-like setting where you’ll live with peers in recovery. Some people choose this option if their normal home environment isn’t ideal for sobriety.

Therapies at Our Las Vegas Location

Vogue Recovery Center in Las Vegas offers a blend of traditional and experiential therapies. This encourages healing not just in the mind, but also in the body and spirit. Our selection of therapies means we can personalize your treatment experience, so you find what approaches the best support your recovery. Our treatment center in Las Vegas offers:
  • Motivational Interviewing (MI)
  • Social skills, team building
  • Yoga
  • Chiropractic services
  • Experiential therapies
  • Art therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Nutrition support
  • Relapse prevention
  • Case management
  • 12-step groups
Visit our therapies page for descriptions of therapies Vogue Recovery Center may use in substance use disorder treatment.

What to Expect at Our Las Vegas Rehab

We know that entering treatment for drugs or alcohol is difficult. At Vogue Recovery Center we make this time as stress-free as possible. Here, you’ll find a welcoming environment with friendly staff and home-like surroundings.

Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

We treat co-occurring disorders when the primary diagnosis is a substance use disorder. This allows for an integrated approach where both addiction and mental health disorders are addressed simultaneously. An integrated approach is important for long-term recovery because mental health disorders can fuel substance abuse and vice versa.

Program Highlights

  • Regular individual therapy
  • Veterans Program – Valor
  • Chronic pain track
  • Full continuum of care
  • Morning and evening outpatient options
  • Holistic treatments
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
  • Joint Commission Accredited

Veterans Program – Valor

A special program for veterans and first responders, Valor provides evidence-based treatment for PTSD and substance abuse. This program addresses the unique needs of veterans and first responders while they recover alongside peers who have shared similar experiences.

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Our Nevada Treatment Facility


Our Team Nevada

Dr. Westbrook Kaplan

Dr. Westbrook Kaplan, MD

Associate Medical Director - Nevada

Dr. Kaplan completed his undergraduate degree at the University of California at Berkeley from 1992-1995 and his residency training in Internal Medicine at University Medical Center from 2001 to 2004 in Las Vegas Nevada. He has been a Hospitalist from 2004 to present and has worked in Addiction and Recovery since 2012. His expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of acute medical conditions in combination with Wellness allows for a comprehensive approach to recovery and healthcare. He is committed to supporting clients with treatment strategies that are based on evidence, experience, and compassion. “Being reliable, consistent and patient are key elements to supporting the wellbeing and recovery of our clients during times of physical and emotional distress.”
Dr. Leslie Howell

Dr. Leslie Howell, DO

Psychiatrist - Nevada

Dr. Leslie Howell is originally from Ohio. She received her pre-med Bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona followed by her medical degree at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She went on to complete a residency program in General Psychiatry at The Ohio State University Medical Center, during which time she was elected to the position of Co-Chief Resident in her final year of residency. After completing her training in 2005, she moved to Las Vegas, NV where she currently resides with her husband. Dr. Howell has served in many different clinical settings including inpatient psychiatric facilities, community mental health clinics, private practice and addiction rehabilitation centers. She has experience in treating a wide variety of psychiatric disorders. Her areas of special interest include schizophrenia, bipolar, anxiety and dual diagnosis disorders. She is a licensed Suboxone provider and can provide medication-assisted treatment if needed.
Jessica Elbe

Jessica Elbe, LCSW

Executive Director - Nevada

As Executive Director, Jessica views her current role through infusing a clinical perspective. She ensures quality care through safeguarding structure within treatment centers. Jessica has a special interest in compliance and performance improvement.

Jessica has had the opportunity to serve in the behavioral health field for over 7 years. Jessica started her early career as an individual and family therapist, then was promoted into several different executive leadership roles within the industry. Throughout Jessica’s career she has lead teams at every level of care with primary focuses of eating disorders, trauma, substance use, mental health, and crisis intervention.

Jessica Elbe earned her Bachelor’s from Northern Michigan University, Marquette in which she specialized in Political Science Pre-Law with a minor in Criminal Justice. Additionally, she obtained her Master’s from Loyola University, Chicago in 2013, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, EMDR trained, and is working toward her licensure as an alcohol and drug abuse counselor. Additionally, Jessica is eligible to supervise individuals working toward independent licensure.

Theresa Brown, RN

Director of Nursing - Nevada

Theresa believes that being a Director of Nursing means that she enforces the policy and procedures that the company has put forth. She believes that nurses are advocates for their patients and that every nurse should render good quality patient care in a non-judgmental way. Through her work, Theresa wants to bring about awareness that addiction is not a choice but disease and should be treated as such. Theresa has recently begun to teach staff, patients, and their families about the use of Narcan. She started doing this about a year ago through personal appearances as an active participant in overdose awareness week in Las Vegas, NV. She has seen many of her friends and family fall victim to this disease and has decided to dedicate her life to helping others heal. Theresa holds an Associate degree in nursing from the College of Southern Nevada, a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Aspen University, and pursuing her Master’s degree in Leadership and Management in Nursing at Aspen university. She has over 17 years of nursing experience both in hospital and rehab settings. She has been a Director of Nursing for over ten years both in hospice and addiction.
Sara Grepke

Sara Grepke, LCSW

Director of Clinical Service - Nevada

Sara has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over 20 years and is a Certified Addictions-Informed Mental Health Professional. Sara has spent the last ten years of her career in residential psychiatric and substance abuse treatment centers in the Las Vegas Valley. As Clinical Director at Vogue, Sara strives to provide clients an outstanding staff of qualified and knowledgeable professionals as well as a rigorous program that will support and challenge them during their time in treatment.

Sara possesses a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Sociology, having graduated Cum Laude at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan and a Master of Social Work, graduating Magna Cum Laude at Wayne State University in Detroit.

Sara understands that entering treatment in a residential environment can be one of the best but also most intimidating decisions a person can make for themselves and their family, and will make every effort to see to it that each patient has the opportunity for success.

Sergio “Junior” Rodriguez

Director of Operations - Nevada

Sergio “Junior” Rodriguez has dedicated his life to supporting others that struggle with breaking free from the cycle of addiction. He entered the field of addiction treatment over 9 years ago, after he achieved freedom from his own personal battle with addiction. Since then, Junior has honed his skill set as a leader through his humble beginnings as a Behavioral Health Technician to being promoted to an Operations Director. Junior has a unique interest in community service, as he spends his free time as a motivational speaker, conducts Narcotic Anonymous Hospitals and Institutions Meetings at Clark County Detention Center, and even Sponsors several men in their own recovery. Junior believes in being a lifelong learner and mentors his team through strengthening their own passions. He knows that through progressive leadership he can continue to create an environment that is not only creative, but operational. Junior shows the recovering addict “the way out” and most importantly, they are never alone.
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