Discover Recovery Residency
Central Recovery Treatment (CRT) along with its subsidiary, Las Vegas Recovery Center, is proud to introduce The Rehmar Recovery Residences as we continue our tradition of excellence in providing a full continuum of addiction treatment care. Recovery from addictive disorders has many stages. Whether you are in early recovery or just completing inpatient or residential treatment, returning home can be a challenging endeavor. Our new recovery residences provide a safe and stable environment to ensure that individuals can continue on their recovery journey.
Our gender-specific residences are uniquely designed and managed to maintain an atmosphere of safety and security while allowing individuals to transition back into society. We offer a supportive living setting that includes regular monitoring, supervision, and recovery support services for any stage of recovery.
This men’s recovery residence is dedicated to the life’s work of Robert “Bobby” Rehmar. For over three decades, Mr. Rehmar worked tirelessly and selflessly to carry the message of recovery to those suffering from the disease of addiction. He was a committed member of Narcotics Anonymous and passionate about recovery. He brought that passion to his life’s work in the field of addiction treatment. Mr. Rehmar’s love of and compassion for those suffering with addiction often motivated him to offer individuals new to recovery a place to stay in his home. He and his wife, Sydney, not only opened their home to people looking for recovery; they also opened their hearts. It is with that same spirit that we honor him with Bobby’s House. Mr. Rehmar sadly left our lives in January of 2008. It is our mission to carry on his belief in, and love for, every recovering individual.
Like Bobby, Sydney Rehmar contributed nearly three decades of her life to assist hundreds, if not thousands, of women find and maintain recovery. Her contributions to Narcotics Anonymous will never be forgotten. She too felt compelled to provide a safe environment for those in early recovery. Alongside Bobby, their home was opened many times for those in need. That love and support was often the catalyst for many to maintain a life of recovery. Mrs. Rehmar sadly left our lives in December of 2005. It is our wish that Sydney’s House embodies all of her qualities and maintains her legacy as a woman in long-term recovery.