Redemption. Recovery. Restoration.
Self or Non-Medical Agency Referrals
For individual persons looking to obtain services, and are not directly coming from a medical type facility, you are required to:
- Obtain a COVID Test prior to entry
- And have the ability to access results (results are not needed prior to entry)
- Arrive to LVRM property within 24-48 hours of taking the test
- Complete COVID Screening upon arrival
- Adhere to any quarantine stipulations as set forth by the Mission
- Smoking is not available during this time. We may be able to offer patches or gum.
- Anyone that has been fully vaccinated, will need to show proof upon entry.
- We will require you to take a COVID test on site, upon admittance.
All persons will be required to adhere to the mask requirements for homeless shelters while in common areas.
Options available to schedule an appointment are:
- Contact your local CVS/ Walgreens
- Call 702-383-2619
- Visit any of these sites for appointment options:
Before You Arrive
For individual persons looking to obtain services, Shelter or Recovery, if you have used alcohol or drug within the past 24-48 hours PLEASE seek out medical care first. If you need assistance let us know. Nearby you have local hospitals, WestCare Withdrawal Management, or CrossRoads. You may also contact your insurance provider for additional care. Once you are medically cleared, work with the staff at the facility to arrange transportation.
2121 w. Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89102
323 N. Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV 89101
This is a period of observation for application candidates. During pending program, a client is pending a clinical assessment, but has been screened by Case Managers. This will be a period of observation for approximately 2-4 weeks where the client is expected to stay on property. They may take care of any major concerns including medical, mental, legal, etc. during this time.
All cell phones, chargers, head phones, other electronic equipment, and anything identified as contraband must be turned in to a Case Manager.
Once this period is complete and all ASAM and DSM requirements are met, a client is now identified as a Resident in the Program!
The Recovery Program
The Las Vegas Rescue Mission Recovery Program is a Christian-based, 6 month, residential drug and alcohol treatment program for both men and women, which includes a structured living component and work therapy (Requirements may include the ability to lift 25-50 lbs and being on your feet 6-8 hours a day, 5-6 days a week). Our program is staffed by state licensed clinicians and interns that offer clinical assessments, individual therapy, group therapy, case management and discharge planning.
Program residents learn:
Develop or enhance health coping skills, healthy boundaries, emotional & physical wellness, anger and stress management, lectures on the disease process, proper communication skills, conflict resolution, as well as other pertinent information related to recovery. Near the end of treatment, the focus of the program is relapse prevention awareness, connecting to the community, and developing outside support and mentorship.
Program residents are provided:
Room and board, essential hygiene items and clothing, and 3-meals per day.
The Las Vegas Rescue Mission is the only on-demand treatment center that provides services to all individuals regardless of their financial means or insurance status, serving hundreds of individuals each year. During the last phase of the program clients are expected to locate stable housing, employment and continuing recovery resources in order to successfully transition into the community.
One of our primary objectives is to touch as many lives as possible with the love of Jesus Christ. The Mission has a full-time pastor on staff. Daily Bible study classes and sessions are facilitated by caring staff and volunteers.
What We Use
Being a Christian-based Mission, we offer the
ACE Overcomers Program to break the generational cycle of child abuse, neglect, and household dysfunction. The goal is to ensure every man & woman has a fair chance of living healthy and productive lives by helping individuals and parents understand and overcome the effects of trauma through evidence-based classes and curriculum.
To learn more about the program, click the link below.