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Las Vegas, known as “Sin City” to many visitors, is the famous home of anonymity and questionable choices. Every year, millions flock to the city’s strips to splurge and do things they never plan on speaking of again, including illicit drugs. Where, however, does this leave the residents of the city?

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Seven Hills Behavioral Health Hospital

Henderson, NV

Multiple Levels of Care


Steps Recovery Center – St. George

St. George, UT

Full Spectrum of Care


Banyan Palm Springs

Cathedral city, CA

Full Spectrum of Care


Algamus Gambling Treatment Services

Prescott, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care


Pacific Grove Hospital

Riverside, CA

Multiple Levels of Care


Newport Institute for Young Adults – Southern California

Santa Ana, CA

Multiple Levels of Care


Wish Recovery

Northridge, CA

Multiple Levels of Care


Northbound Treatment Services

Irvine, CA

Full Spectrum of Care


Clear Life Recovery

Costa Mesa, CA

Full Spectrum of Care


Silver Lining Recovery

Huntington Beach, CA

Multiple Levels of Care


Ambrosia Treatment Center – Westcoast

Beverly Hills, CA

Multiple Levels of Care


Asana Recovery

Costa Mesa, CA

Multiple Levels of Care


About Las Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada has become synonymous with anonymity. People host bachelor and bachelorette parties, weekend getaways, and extended gambling trips. Naturally, the kind of atmosphere this attracts will also lead to people who are looking to overindulge. Not someone who just comes across it but sets out with the purpose of substance use. This acceptance of experimentation, however, doesn’t just become a problem for visitors but the residents of the city as well.

Methamphetamine Overdose in Las Vegas

While many cities are fighting the growing opioid epidemic, Las Vegas is faced with another crisis; the rise of methamphetamines. Psychostimulants, a classification of drugs that include methamphetamines, ecstasy, and ADHD prescriptions, have been causing more and more overdoses each year. Whereas, prescription opioid-related deaths in the city are actually falling.


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There were 7.5 deaths per 100,000 people across the state of Nevada in 2016 from Psychostimulants.



2016 saw a 32% increase in deaths from Psychostimulant use.


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There were 8.9 deaths per 100,000 people across the state of Nevada in 2016 from Prescription Opioids.



Deaths from prescription Opioids fell 9 percent in 2016 across the state of Nevada .

The Prescription Opioid Epidemic and Rise of Heroin in Las Vegas

Overall, opioid-related deaths in Las Vegas have decreased from 2010 to 2018. The number of deaths tied to heroin use specifically, however, have nearly tripled. This growth is not necessarily tied to overdose but deals largely with unsafe practices that come with addiction. Sharing needles, for instance, is frequently the cause of spreading disease among intravenous users. In 2015, 45% of young injection users were diagnosed with Hepatitis C, a disease commonly spread through blood contamination. So much of an issue has arisen that Las Vegas became the first city in the US to roll out syringe vending machines to provide clean needles.

Alcoholism and Gambling Addiction in Las Vegas

The image of Las Vegas has created a large group of people who go there with the intention of drinking. However, there isn’t a lot of data that can differentiate residents from tourists. There are very few people who check themselves into treatment in Las Vegas for alcoholism. Rather, alcoholism is usually a co-occurring disorder of another addiction, like gambling.

While it doesn’t involve a substance, gambling still triggers a dopamine reaction in the brain. Dopamine, which triggers the pleasure centers of the brain, will release when a person anticipates that gambling will soon commence. While this is destructive on its own, it can also be an indicator for some people to begin drinking. Reactions like this are often psychologically tied together. Someone has an addiction to gambling, so they are drawn to it. By extension, they may drink every time they gamble. After a while, they need a drink every time they gamble. This means the root of their problem is their gambling addiction. However, they will still build an addiction to alcohol just the same as someone who doesn’t gamble. Finding somewhere that treats both addictions is crucial to recovery.

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Addiction Treatment in Las Vegas

Many of the people who suffer from addiction in Las Vegas may not necessarily live there. That doesn’t mean there isn’t support for locals though. If you need help finding a rehabilitation in Las Vegas, or out of the state entirely, then reach out today. We have dedicated treatment providers who can help you find the right place for you to recover, be it in or outside of Las Vegas.

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Government Programs

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REGION 51 NA PO Box 15206
Las Vegas, NV 89114

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4505 S. Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, Nevada 89154-2005

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