Addiction recovery resources in Las Vegas

If you or a loved one are looking for addiction help in Vegas, this guide to local addiction recovery resources may be just what you’re looking for. Below is a list of phone numbers and email addresses for Southern Nevada chapters of Alcoholics Anonymous as well as crisis hotlines, addiction nonprofits and more. Know of a resource that should be added to the list? Leave a comment and let us know!

12-Step Programs (Local Las Vegas Chapters)


Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – Las Vegas Chapter

Alcoholics Anonymous is a support group that uses a 12-Step program approach to recovery. Meetings are free and membership does not require anything more than the desire to stop drinking and live a substance-free life. Since its founding in 1935, AA has successfully helped millions of people recover from their alcohol addiction. There are approximately 94,000 groups world-wide, with meetings being held in rec rooms and church basements every day in Las Vegas and the surrounding areas. Click here for a list of meeting times and locations in the Southern Nevada area. If you have questions or need help, the local office has a 24-hour hotline you can call at any time: (702) 598-1888.

Las Vegas Central Office address: 1431 E. Charleston Blvd, Suite 15. Las Vegas

Physical office hours: Monday – Friday: 8am – 4pm

24-hour hotline: (702) 598-1888

Email: lvaa-webmail@lvcoxmail.com (Note: For immediate response, call the 24-hour hotline).

Website: http://www.lvcentraloffice.org/


Narcotics Anonymous (NA) – Region 51

Narcotics Anonymous (NA), which follows the same principles as Alcoholics Anonymous, is a community-based support group organization that promotes recovery from drug addiction through the “Twelve steps”. It was founded in 1953 as an offshoot of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and is geared specifically to those recovery from narcotics (prescription or illicit). Every week, there are over 33,500 NA meetings held in more than 116 countries across the planet.

Region 51 of Narcotics Anonymous includes southern Nevada, northwestern Arizona, a portion of southeastern California, and southwestern Utah. If you are looking to attend an NA meeting in Las Vegas, Henderson or Boulder City, Region 51 is the chapter to contact for a current meeting schedule. Click here for a list of meetings in the area.

24-hour hotline: 1-888-495-3222

Email: chair@region51na.org

Website: https://region51na.org/


Cocaine Anonymous (CA) – Greater Las Vegas & Southern Nevada Chapter

Founded in 1982, Cocaine Anonymous (CA) is a support group for both men and women who are looking to achieve recovery from a cocaine addiction. Worldwide, there are approximately 45 chapters, including one in Southern Nevada. Click here for a list of meeting times in Las Vegas.

24-hour hotline: (702) 758-5139

Email:  cawso@ca.org

Website: http://www.snvca.org/


Gamblers Anonymous – Southern Nevada Area

Gamblers Anonymous (GA), which was founded in 1987 and has about 1,200 chapters worldwide, is a twelve-step program for those who have a compulsive gambling problem and would like to stop. GA currently has over 100 meetings a week across the Las Vegas Valley.

Las Vegas 24-hour hotline: 855-2CALLGA (855-222-5542)

Email: isomain@gamblersanonymous.org

Website: http://www.gamblersanonymous.org/ga/content/las-vegas-ga-2


Nevada Substance Abuse Hotline

Substance Abuse Help Line

Free and confidential, the Substance Abuse Help Line is available 24-hours to anyone looking for substance abuse help in Nevada. The service is a project of Join Together Northern Nevada, and although based out of Reno, the hotline is available to provide support and substance abuse treatment referrals and resources to residents across the state, including Southern Nevada.

24-Hour Hotline: (775) 825-HELP (4357), or toll-free: 1 (800) 450-9530

Website: http://www.jtnn.org


General Crisis Support

Nevada Hospital Guide

The Nevada Hospital Guide provides a complete listing of hospitals and nursing facilities across the state of Nevada. It’s updated evert two years. Click here to view the most current PDF.

24/7 Crisis Support

For those in Nevada looking for information, referrals and help regarding crisis that include/or extend beyond addiction, the Crisis Call Center can help. In addition to a 24-hour crisis hotline, the Crisis Call Center also offers crisis intervention through text messaging.

Call 775-784-8090

Text “ANSWER” to 839863


Addiction Resources for Families:

Al-Anon (and Alateen) – Nevada Chapter

Al-Anon is a 12-Step program for family and friends and of alcoholics. Alateen is similar to Al-Anon but is specifically for teenagers.

Al-Anon does not currently have a Las Vegas-only chapter, but it does have a Nevada chapter. Click here to view the meeting schedule for Las Vegas.

24-hour hotline (for Las Vegas area): (702) 615-9494.

Email: wso@al-anon.org

Website: https://www.nevadaal-anon.org/


Nar-Anon (and Narateen)

Nar-Anon is like Al-Anon, but for the friends and family members of someone who is suffering from a drug addiction. It is a 12-step program that is complementary to yet separate from Narcotics Anonymous (NA). Narateen is similar to Nar-Anon but for teenagers.

Click here to view a meeting schedule for Southern Nevada.

Phone number: (800) 477-6291

Email address (for the Nar-Anon Family Groups High Desert Region): hdrregion@gmail.com

Website: http://naranonnevadautah.org/index.html


Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA)– Southern Nevada

The aim of Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is to provide a fellowship for men and women who are striving to develop healthy relationships. As it states on the CoDA website, “The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and loving relationships.”

Click here to view a meeting schedule for Southern Nevada. Meetings are offered seven days a week and are available in English and Spanish.

Phone: (888) 444-2359  {Toll free}

(888) 444-2379 {Spanish toll free}

Local meeting contact phone numbers available through the Southern Nevada CoDA directory.

Website: http://sonvcoda.org/


LVRC Friday Support Group

Las Vegas Recovery Center (LVRC) offers a free family recovery support group that is open to any family member needing help and support in coping with a loved one’s addiction. It currently meets every Friday at 6:00 p.m. at 3321 North Buffalo Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89129 in Suite 101.

Support Group Contact: Hortensia De Jesus
Phone: 702-515-1373, ext. 324


LVRC Family Renewal Program

The alcohol and drug treatment center Las Vegas Recovery Center (LVRC) offers a four-day Family Renewal Program for friends, family members, employers and Southern Nevada community members who would like to learn more about addiction and addiction recovery. The course is four days long and is offered several times a year.

Questions? Want to sign up? Contact Hortensia De Jesus.

Family Renewal Contact Info:

Hortensia De Jesus
702-515-1373, ext. 324

3321 North Buffalo Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89129

Website: https://lasvegasrecovery.com/addiction/drug-treatment-programs/family-renewal/

Las Vegas Recovery Nonprofits:

Foundation for Recovery (FFR)

Foundation for Recovery (FFR) is a non-profit organization in Las Vegas that provides peer-based addiction recovery education and advocacy services. FFR’s aim is to promote the positive impact of recovery through community events and outreach programs.

Click here for a calendar of upcoming events.

Phone: (702) 257-8199

Email: info@forrecovery.org

Website: http://www.forrecovery.org/


How Young People Experience Recovery (HYPER)

How Young People Experience Recovery (HYPER) provides services to young people between 18 and 30 years of age who are living a life free of substance misuse. HYPER is also available through the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) and the College of Southern Nevada (CSN).

H.Y.P.E.R Contact Info:

Chelsey Mony

(702) 257-8199


Peer Recovery

Peer Recovery is a program designed to provide people new to recovery from addiction and/or other behavioral health challenges with a peer leader/coach who can help guide them along the path towards successful long-term recovery. In addition to being trained recovery coaches, all peer leaders are in stable recovery themselves. As the name suggestions, Peer Recovery is a program that utilizes peer-to-peer interaction and sharing to foster recovery.

Peer Recovery Contact Info:

Chelsey Mony

(702) 257-8199

info@forrecovery.org


Sober Livings

Rehmar Recovery Residences

Rehmar Recovery Residences, which is a part of the Central Recovery family of companies, are sober living environments located in a quiet and upscale residential neighborhood in northwest Las Vegas.

Rehmar Recovery Residences’ were created to provide substance-free communities for people in recovery from an alcohol or drug addiction. Lengths of stay range from one month to 12 months or longer and all homes (which are gender specific) offer residents transportation to outpatient and day treatment programs as well as linens, cooking utensils, TV, Wi-Fi and access to laundry facilities.

Phone: 702-250-3002

Website: http://rehmarrecoveryhomes.com/


Recovery Social Groups:

Sin City Sober

“Sin City Sober” is a social group for people who live substance-free lives in Southern Nevada. As the Meetup Group’s website explains, “This group is for people who want to become or continue being clean and sober here in Sin City, while having fun doing so! No particular program or way is emphasized, as I believe it takes a collaborative journey that fits an individual.”

Website (where you can sign up for events): https://www.meetup.com/Sin-City-Sober/


 Know a few addiction recovery resources that are not on our list?

Leave a comment and let us know! We’d be happy to add it to our guide.