Vogue Recovery Center Nevada
Vogue Recovery Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
4011 McLeod Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89121
Our Treatment Facility
What to Expect at Vogue Recovery Center
Levels of care at our Las Vegas rehab include:
Medical Detox (including pregnant women)
Clients safely eliminate drugs and alcohol from their bodies with 24/7 care from medical professionals and research-backed medications to ease withdrawal symptoms. Detox is safe and as comfortable as possible, and clients go through the process in a soothing, home-like setting.
Our residential program for addiction provides space and distance from triggers, so clients can focus on treatment and getting better. Clients attend treatment during the day and take part in recovery activities in the evening. Residences are home-like and comfortable, and clients develop strong bonds with peers going through similar challenges.
Veterans/ First- Responders Program
We understand that veterans and first responders have unique needs when it comes to treating substance abuse and trauma. Our Valor Program for veterans and first responders provides trauma-focused treatment for addiction and co-occurring PTSD and other mental health disorders. Clients feel safe sharing and healing among peers who understand what they’re going through.
Meeting from 9 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 3 pm, our partial hospitalization program provides daily addiction treatment while clients live at home or a sober living residence. Our PHP program may serve as a step-down from inpatient treatment or as an effective option for clients not requiring a higher level of care.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Clients in our intensive outpatient program attend treatment weekdays for three hours each day. This allows them to keep a strong foothold in recovery support as they ease back into school, work, and family obligations.
Outpatient Program (in-person and virtual)
Our outpatient addiction treatment program meets for an hour 2 days a week. Clients have an opportunity to discuss real-world triggers and get support addressing them. They strengthen recovery skills and build confidence in sobriety and independence. We also offer virtual outpatient programs during the days and evenings.
Chronic Pain Track
Clients who’ve abused prescription painkillers can experience discomfort as they adjust to sobriety. We offer a chronic pain track that educates and introduces people with addiction to opioids and other narcotics to non-addictive, alternative methods to relieve pain such as chiropractic services, acupuncture, massage therapy, and other holistic approaches.
Sober Living Residences
Clients can reside in a comfortable, home-like setting with other clients while they attend treatment or transition into life in recovery.
Jessica Elbe, LCSW
Regional Director of Operations Nevada and Washington
As Executive Director, Jessica views her current role through infusing a clinical perspective. She ensures quality care through safeguarding structure within treatment centers. Jessica has a special interest in compliance and performance improvement.
Jessica has worked in the behavioral health field for over 7 years. She started her early career as an individual and family therapist, then was promoted into several different executive leadership roles within the industry. Throughout Jessica’s career she has led teams at every level of care with primary focuses on eating disorders, trauma, substance use, mental health, and crisis intervention.
Jessica earned a bachelor’s degree from Northern Michigan University – Marquette in which she specialized in political science pre-law with a minor in criminal justice. Additionally, she obtained a master’s degree from Loyola University – Chicago in 2013, is a licensed clinical social worker, EMDR trained, and working toward her licensure as an alcohol and drug abuse counselor. Jessica is eligible to supervise individuals working toward independent licensure.
Sara Grepke, LCSW
Clinical Director Nevada
Sara has been a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) for over 20 years and is a certified addictions-informed mental health professional (CAIMHP). She has spent the last 10 years of her career in residential psychiatric and substance abuse treatment centers in the Las Vegas Valley. As Clinical Director at Vogue, Sara strives to provide clients an outstanding staff of qualified and knowledgeable professionals as well as a rigorous program that supports and challenges them during their time in treatment.
Sara has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology, having graduated Cum Laude at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She has a Master of Social Work, graduating Magna Cum Laude at Wayne State University in Detroit.
Sara understands that entering treatment in a residential environment can be one of the best but also most intimidating decisions a person can make for themselves and their family and makes every effort to see to it that each client has the opportunity for success.
“This place is home for me. Everyone single one of the staff members has became near and dear to my heart. I wouldn’t send my loved ones anywhere else. This place showed me skills on how to stay sober but also getting in a routine of waking up in the morning, going to work, going to meetings, how to cook for myself, how to clean up after myself, and how to live in a community of people and to express care and concern for those people. Love this place!”
– CHRIS D.