WestCare Nevada Inc located at 323 North Maryland Parkway in Las Vegas, Nevada provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. WestCare Nevada Inc provides Smoking not permitted for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Hospital inpatient , Hospital inpatient detoxification, Residential, Residential detoxification that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Las Vegas, Nevada, then entering addiction treatment at WestCare Nevada Inc is the right choice. WestCare Nevada Inc generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
WestCare Nevada Inc also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Medicaid, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Federal or any government funding for substance abuse programs, Mastercard, Medicaid, Military insurance, Private health insurance, State financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Visa. WestCare Nevada Inc can be contacted through their website at www.westcare.com.
Sounds like a good place for the dirt balls that occupy it. If you write a bad review of this place your a Crack head that needs to do the world a favor and jump off a bridge this place is free and gets loosers off the street...maybe clean your act up and donate some of your money to the free facilities in case you screw up again and are looking for someone to take control of your life again........
FOR DETOX SEE COMMUNITY TRIAGE CENTER. Good outpatient treatment options. Frequent administation and policy changes are my only issue.
I have found the WestCare out-patient clinic to be literally the most stable influence in my life. The staff is always the same. These people are dedicated to their jobs in overdrive, I believe and they genuinely care about each individual who comes through their doors. If you are referred here you have nothing to be scared of these people really will help you.
Good outpatient treatment options. Frequent administation and policy changes are my only issue.
Ive been in this facility twice, it is a huge dump and some of the staff is completely clueless most of the time. Most of the staff are very nice people (even though theyre kind of clueless) but there are a few really rude people who cant be bothered with your questions . Food there is very good and they work with you if you have any kind of special diets (im a vegetarian and they were very cooperative in working with me and finding me something to eat). Meds are effective most of the time and helped me through my withdrawals nicely . They do not have very much medical equipment or nurses that know very much and if you get seriously sick they'll send you to the hospital which is alot better than doing things being clueless as ive had other detox facilities do . They did help me get my life straight as i attended meetings there and it helped but they also give you the choice to sleep all day which may not be helpful and as soon as they release you, you may relapse as i did first time . I would suggest a place that has more counselors or something because everything i asked there i was directed to ask my case worker who might i add is usually very busy and you only get to see one time . The case workers are very nice and understanding as long as you give them no trouble as most of the rest of the staff . While i was there i was very scared of other people spending time in the facility because i was threatened by the girl in the bed next to me and when mentioned to staff they did nothing . I was very confused because when i was discharged i was also dropped off in front of a mental facility ( i needed to get an ultrasound to check on my pregnancy which i had found out about through the facility ) i didnt know why they brought me there and the hospital wasnt able to help me and when i called westcare to ask questions as to why they brought me there they said they couldnt help because i was discharged and asking questions to the driver he told me we were going to get my ultrasound done and he didnt know anything else . Basically he left me with a trash bag of my things at the mental hospital and let me know not to contact them again because they wouldn't help .. he was right .. so i made my way back home . Overall even though there were a couple of issues here and there i still appreciate the place for making me aware of my pregnancy and also doing whatever they could to help even if it wasnt much . Most of them really do want the best for you and some were even addicts themselves and were in westcare at one point as i was told so they do their best to understand . I wish i had another chance to thank the few staff members who did help me clean up my act.!
This place has virtually no budget but I got my sh*t together here when I really needed it. The facility is pretty raggedy but with Nevada having no income tax they kind of have to MacGyver things here. For the most part they do a decent job. Most of the staff is genuinely concerned for your well being. There's a few exceptions to this but it's that way everywhere. If someone is REALLY sick they aren't set up for that such as administering IV fluids but that's a job for a hospital's medical unit. I was administer oral meds and that worked well. They need donations badly of almost everything. Especially BLEACH for cleaning purposes. I'm surprised they don't have outbreaks of athlete's foot because they don't give you shower shoes. The showers need antiseptic cleaning. I don't know how they get away with this. I cleaned the bathrooms and showers. I was in the military so I know how to clean. C'mon stop being so effing cheap with the showers. Otherwise it's ok - very claustrophobic but they obviously can't do much more.
I did not stay, but the counseling I got while I was there was very good. I have seen a lot of counselors in my life and this was one that actually helped me. I am grateful for the help they gave me. You could tell they cared. I felt I couldn't rate as excellent because I didn't stay in there for days.