ABOUT VOGUE RECOVERY CENTER
With locations in Nevada and Arizona, Vogue Recovery Center (VRC) offers treatment to adults struggling with substance use disorder. The facility in Las Vegas, which is a few miles west of the Strip, provides residential and outpatient treatment, along with medical detox services. It's one of only eight non-hospital treatment facilities in Nevada (just 10.4 percent of all facilities in the state) to provide medically monitored detox. Sober living options are also available on-site.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Treatment is evidence-based and includes one-on-one counseling, group therapy, psychoeducation, and family counseling. There are also specialized groups for clients with co-occurring disorders, a modality available in 61 percent of Nevada treatment facilities.
Residential clients may also participate in a range of holistic activities, from hypnotherapy and neurofeedback to massage, yoga, and music therapy. Peer support groups and 12-step meetings are also a part of the program.
VRC offers two levels of outpatient treatment: a partial hospitalization program (PHP) and an intensive outpatient program (IOP). In 2017, just 15.6 percent of treatment facilities in Nevada offered PHPs.
The treatment team includes a medical doctor, registered and licensed practical nurses, and recovery technicians. According to the VRC's website, the staff-to-client ratio is 5:1.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
VRC's residential facility in Nevada sleeps clients in shared, semi-private rooms. Amenities include chef-prepared meals, an outdoor pool, and a game room.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Of the four former clients surveyed by Rehabs.com to date, two gave VRC highly positive feedback, one gave it negative feedback, and one provided a mixed review. Alex and Jim both awarded VRC five out of five stars for its treatment effectiveness and indicated that the rehab provided individualized treatment and caring staff. "Small and more person-centered environment, not treated like a number, staff wants to get to know you and understand how to help," Jim wrote in a review representative of positive feedback.
The mixed reviewer, an anonymous 40-to-59-year-old female, noted that while she learned helpful coping skills and liked some staffers, she found the program to be disorganized and poorly run, particularly when it came to quoting prices and moving through treatment levels. And I.Y., the unhappy reviewer, described the staff as "unprofessional" and simply noted that the program had "many weaknesses."
VRC fared better on Google, where it earned an average rating of 4.8 out of five stars based on 17 reviews. The rehab also received six five-star ratings on Yelp (four of which were unrecommended) and a five out of five star rating based on the opinions of 10 individuals on Facebook, which the facility may monitor.
Across all three sites, the majority of clients who left comments praised the rehab for its helpful therapy and its warm, comfortable environment. "This place definitely saved my life," Josh wrote in a representative review. "And there programming is definitely top notch! All the way from the residential housing to the sober living is better than any other program I've been to or looked into going to."
WHAT FRIENDS AND FAMILY SAY
While Rehabs.com has not yet received any reviews from this facility’s affiliated friends or family members, VRC received highly positive reviews from two loved ones on Google. Paul noted that the program helped his brother significantly, while Abby credited the rehab with saving her father's life. "On the off chance that you have a friend or family member doing combating substance, Vogue Recovery Center is the place recommended," she wrote.
Vogue Recovery Center accepts most PPO insurance plans, including Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Humana.
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