Looking for a detox or rehab center near you in Sloan, Nevada? Browse the listings below to find the best addiction treatment center for you.
While there are a total of 39 different treatment centers within 120 miles of Sloan, Nevada, you may have to travel outside of your local area for detox or rehab.
Detox is often the first type of addiction treatment someone will go through. Detox usually lasts between 3 and 7 days and helps keep you safe and comfortable during withdrawal while also getting you ready for other types of addiction treatment. Of the 39 addiction treatment centers within 120 miles of Sloan, Nevada, 13 offer detox in one or more of the following settings:
After detox, many people continue their recovery in rehab. Where detox focuses on medical stability and safety, rehab focuses on behavioral therapy and programming that will help you maintain your recovery. 38 of the 39 treatment center(s) within 120 miles of Sloan, Nevada offer rehab. More specifically:
You can pay for detox or rehab a number of ways. If you plan to Pay for detox or rehab with insurance:
If you plan to Pay for treatment privately, 32 treatment centers within 120 miles of Sloan, Nevada accept cash or other forms of private payment for treatment.
2 treatment centers within 120 miles of Sloan, Nevada, offer free detox or rehab.
After you have a general idea of your treatment needs and know how you will pay for treatment, a common next step is to call and talk to a few treatment centers within 120 miles of Sloan, Nevada.
More information about American Addiction Centers:
Sloan, Nevada, is just a blip on the map, located about 15 miles southwest of the Las Vegas strip.1 This tiny unincorporated community had less than 100 residents in 2019 and is home to the George W. Dunaway U.S. Army Reserve Center.2
Many people come to Sloan to visit the 48,438-acre Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area and see the petroglyphs dating back to the Archaic period.3
Like other communities in the Las Vegas-Paradise area, there are people in Sloan who struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol. Almost 11 out of every 100,000 people in Clark County died from opioid overdose in 2018.4 Addiction to the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl has also been on the rise in the county.4
According to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), fentanyl is 80 to 100 times more potent than morphine.5 The drug is often used for lacing other street drugs like heroin, causing drug users to overdose unintentionally.5
Within the first 5 months of 2021, 26 more people died from a fentanyl overdose than those who overdosed during the same period in 2020.6 Between January 2018 and August 2021, 412 Clark County residents died from overdosing on fentanyl.6
Because Sloan is so small, there aren’t a lot of statistics on how many adults in the community binge drink. In nearby Henderson, the number of adults who admit to binge drinking is 17.8%, which is above the county average of 16.5%.7 Binge drinking is defined by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) as having 5 or more drinks for men and 4 or more drinks for women during 1 occasion.8
If you or your loved one is battling drug or alcohol addiction, there are 38 different treatment centers located within 25 miles of Sloan that can help.9 Most of those centers are in Las Vegas, but you can also find help a little closer in Henderson.
The treatment facilities available include: 9
Nevada had a total of 109 facilities that treated 11,573 customers in 2020.10 The state had 93 outpatient and 28 residential facilities in 2020.10 About 18.5%, or 2,142, of those receiving treatment for addiction in 2020 were under the age of 18.10
The journey to recovery from drug and alcohol addiction doesn’t have to be a lonely one. Support groups like Alcoholic Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous can help connect you with others going through similar struggles. The Las Vegas Central Office of AA can help you find an AA group meeting near Sloan.
For those with drug addictions, the Region 51 Southern Nevada Area chapter of NA can point you in the direction of group meetings in the Sloan area.