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The Rally Point: AAC

At Desert Hope Treatment Center, a VA Center of Excellence, you'll receive compassionate, quality care for drug and alcohol addiction.

Customized Care for Veterans

Military service can leave invisible scars, leading some Veterans down a difficult path of substance use. But there is hope.

The Rally Point: AAC offers a safe and supportive haven for Vets struggling with addiction.

At Desert Hope, our specialized programming is designed to meet the unique needs of those who have served and help them rebuild their lives, foster new connections, and rediscover the strength that lies within.

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Why Choose Desert Hope?

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find out if I'm eligible for community care?

The VA provides a list of criteria for eligibility for community care. Should you be eligible, you can search for any VA-approved community care provider, like Desert Hope Treatment Center in Las Vegas.

Is your program open to first responders as well as Veterans?

Yes, we welcome all first responders, including police officers, firefighters, ER nurses, 911 operators, and more, into our specialized program.

How can I get admitted to the program?

You can call us at any time for help at and we will work with you to start the rehab admissions process and review what you can expect in treatment when you arrive at Desert Hope.

Join the Ranks of Others Who've Found Recovery

When you come to Desert Hope, you can leave a changed person. See how our alumni rate their time with us and how treatment turned their lives around.

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