Sober Living at Resolutions Las Vegas

What happens after rehab? Rehab is an essential step in recovery, but walking out the door doesn’t signal the end of your journey. Many people will transition to a sober living residence, where they can live on their own but with some added support and structure.

Our Las Vegas sober living facility is the perfect place for individuals who are ready to live independently but still want to be surrounded by a sober community in a drug- and alcohol-free environment.

Sober Living in Las Vegas

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Our team has over 600 years combined experience in helping people recover from addiction.
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Our Features & Amenities

Take a Look Inside Our Sober Living Facility

At Desert Hope Resolutions, our guests are able to work, get support during recovery, and join a community with other people in similar phases of their lives. When you come to Resolutions Las Vegas, you can expect the best. You’ll have access to:

  • Daily transportation to and from treatment and meetings.
  • House managers on staff.
  • Chef-cooked meals.
  • Daily gym access and exercise & lifestyle classes.
  • Weekly yoga classes.
  • Free laundry facilities.
  • Cable TV in each room and free WiFi.
  • Housekeeping services.
  • And more
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Sober Housing and Ongoing Treatment

Sober Support & Treatment Programs

People typically transition to sober living facilities after stepping down from more intensive levels of care, such as inpatient or residential treatment. Resolutions Las Vegas is currently open to participants enrolled in our outpatient treatment programs.

Staying in treatment for an adequate amount of time is essential to your recovery. The National Institute on Drug Abuse finds that longer treatment durations are associated with better outcomes. They also find that staying in recovery requires a strong support network. At Resolutions Las Vegas, you’ll get the benefit of both: an extended stay in treatment and a community of people committed to their own recovery and rooting for yours.

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How To Pay For Sober Living

Our Las Vegas, Nevada outpatient programs with sober living are tailored to meet the individual needs of each patient. Your unique plan, including the level of care that is right for you, will determine your exact costs.
Options #1
Depending on your situation, we may be able to provide financing options and payment plans.
  • We will work with you on figuring out the best options for your needs.
  • Simply fill out the online form and we will reach out to you shortly.
Option #2
Private Pay
You can also use credit or debit cards to to pay for your sober housing at Desert Hope.
  • We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
  • To determine your costs, please call to speak with our navigators.

Frequently Asked Questions

Sober Living
What Is Sober Living?

Sober living is a type of transitional housing outside of a rehab facility, where all the residents are in recovery and often still in some kind of outpatient addiction treatment. Drugs and alcohol are prohibited on the premises, and residents are required to remain sober in order to stay there.

Sober living homes provide an ideal balance of structure and independence.

While staying at Resolutions Las Vegas, residents follow a set schedule, participate in house activities, and regularly attend treatment and meetings. House managers help keep everyone accountable and on a positive trajectory in the early days of recovery when people are particularly vulnerable to relapse.

What Are The Benefits of Sober Living?

Sober living is an investment in your future. Research shows that individuals who live in sober homes have higher rates of abstinence, fewer legal problems, improved mental health symptoms, and are more likely to maintain successful employment.

We believe anyone in recovery can benefit from sober living, but it may be especially important if you:

  • Have experienced a relapse after leaving treatment in the past.
  • Need a safe, sober place to live as you attend outpatient treatment.
  • Have family and friends at home who are still using drugs or alcohol.
  • Don’t have a great deal of support at home.
  • Have a co-occurring mental health disorder.
Why Choose Sober Living?

When you’re nearing the end of rehab, the prospect of returning home can be a scary one. Maybe returning home means returning to the same triggers and temptations you faced prior to entering treatment. Or you may be concerned about your ability to stay sober among friends and family who have not given up drug or alcohol use.

At Resolutions Las Vegas, we can provide a safe place for you to make the transition between structured addiction treatment and “normal” life. Drugs and alcohol are not allowed in any amount, so you won’t have to worry about encountering substances when you’re attempting to build on the progress you made in treatment.


Nevada Substance Misuse & Treatment Guides

Nevada Drug and Alcohol Rehab Guide
Las Vegas, the largest city in the state of Nevada, may be portrayed as a vacation destination. But Nevada ranks 6th in drug use by state and third in alcohol consumption. Desert Hope is a true recovery oasis in the Nevada desert. We’ve prepared this guide to provide direction on the road to recovery for those who are struggling with addiction or have a loved one they want to help.
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Nevada State Funded Rehab & Low Cost Addiction Treatment Options
Officials in Nevada are working to improve substance abuse and overdose rates within the Silver State by enhancing preventative and treatment options for residents. Nevada offers many programs designed to help those in need, ranging from state-funded programs and nonprofit programs to community-based services and low-cost treatment assistance. Public programs are those that accept everyone regardless of their ability to pay while private programs often take health insurance to help cover costs.
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Nevada Drug & Alcohol Rehab That Accepts Medicaid
As the largest payer of mental health services in America, Medicaid helps individuals pay for addiction treatment services. Medicaid is a government program that provides healthcare coverage for individuals with limited resources who may not be able to afford private health insurance.1 In Nevada, Medicaid is managed by multiple organizations, including the State of Nevada and Health Plan of Nevada (HPN). This page will explain how to find a rehab in Nevada that accepts Medicaid, and how to use Nevada Medicaid coverage to help pay for addiction treatment.
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Drug & Alcohol Treatment Near Reno, NV
While Reno is one of the US’s centers of enjoyment and entertainment, it has also fallen victim to high rates of substance abuse like many places across the country. Prescription drug abuse, particularly opioid addiction, is a large problem in Reno and the rest of Nevada; other intoxicating substances, like alcohol, marijuana, and cocaine, also cause serious harm to the community.
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