Las Vegas Recovery Center

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3321 N Buffalo Dr #150
Las Vegas, NV 89129
8882191158 Visit Website
Paying for Treatment
  • Insurance is Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

Las Vegas Recovery Center (LVRC) is the established leader in opioid-free, chronic pain treatment and addiction treatment in the United States. Since 2003, LVRC has been providing innovative and evidence-based treatment for chronic pain and addiction, many of which have influenced other respected and recognized pain treatment and addiction treatment programs worldwide.

Las Vegas Recovery Center Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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I had to take the time to call the office twice today but they didn't really care about me being a drug or alcohol and I was told that I was going to get a call from both brandy and Veronica today so ...


When I chose to come to LVRC I was told that they have a world renowned pain program in place and that I would be receiving modalities such as physical therapy, reiki, massage, acupuncture, and talk t...


LVRC saved my life and led me down the positive path to my new life. I had a tough rehab and with your guidance and caring I made it to having the beautiful life I have now. Thanks you to everyone tha...


Stay away-they only care about money!!! The owners of this place are cheap cheap cheap, they put on an act like they care but between the horrible cheap food to horrible cheap beds to the nasty cheap ...


Horrible experience!!! My son is still very much addicted after receiving "treatment" for two weeks. The counselor met with him TWO times and told the insurance he did not need 24 hour care. REALLY! T...


The Dr is a good man and truly understands addiction. Some of the counselors are good at LVRC some are not. The janitororial, kitchen and laundry staff are great. There are a lot of good people the...


In response to the other reviews I will say this about LVRC: despite its moderate success with Opioid Induced Hyperalgesia and the pain program for chronic pain patients, it uses questionable practi...


LVRC is a scam. All they care about is keeping you as long as possible to line their pockets with your\'s and your insurance\'s money. The second I told them I was going to leave, to actually do treat...


Awful place to go. Treated like your 5 years old. To many stupid rule & 20 year old punks watching your every move, over priced for what u get. Bad food, bad beds, dirty rooms bad pillows, tiny bath t...


Altogether, a good place for rehab.


Compassionate counselors which was good but small rooms. Helps with financial aid


Programs and staff were good. Family interaction should be better. The staff is very friendly but I'm not sure how much help overall it is


Amazing staff and programs for patients as well as family members. Everyone was professional as well as personable. It's a family problem and they certainly include family in the program.


Strengths: Beautiful, great food, laundry /janitor service, great counselors and classes. Offers yoga, reiki, Chi Kung , trainer, etc. Weaknesses: Expensive. Great place.


Excellent family participation and it was quite affordable.


It's a beautiful area and relaxes me. There are certain areas witch are way to loud and text here are to many strict rules. Would recommend a different area because Vegas is to crowded and the rehab w...


Its nonsense...LVRC is an expensive scam... weird “true believer” staff. Strange holistic doctors that stretch the truth to the breaking point....Quack chronic pain treatments mostly...No psycholo...


Exceeded all expectations


Amazing desire to equip patients and their family with the most recent proven outcomes. They really do have a passion to help the addict. The program is of the highest quality and the staff really car...

Areas of Focus

Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

Medical Detoxification

Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.

Key Staff Members
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    Johanna O’Flaherty, PhD - Chief Executive Officer

    Dr. O’Flaherty was recently the Vice President of Treatment Services at the Betty Ford Center. She is a Certified Trainer for Critical Incident Crisis Debriefing Programs. She developed and implemented Crisis Response Programs for TWA, and has facilitated the training of Crisis Response Teams for several airlines, as well as Critical Incident Response training for the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. Johanna O’Flaherty’s doctorate in clinical psychology is from Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is a Nationally Certified Addiction Specialist (Advanced Level) and a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP). In the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Dr. O’Flaherty was called to New York to assist with counseling airline employees and to facilitate Crisis Response training for the New York City Transit Authority.

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    Mel Pohl - MD, FASAM

    Mel Pohl, MD, FASAM is a Board Certified Family Practitioner. He is Vice President of Medical Affairs and the Medical Director of Las Vegas Recovery Center (LVRC). Dr. Pohl was a major force in developing LVRC’s Chronic Pain Recovery Program. He is certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM), and a Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM). He is the former chairman of ASAM’s AIDS Committee, a member of ASAM’s Symposium Planning Committee, a member of the planning committee for ASAM’s Annual “Common Threads, Pain and Addiction” Course and co-chair of ASAM’s Pain and Addiction Workgroup.