Lifeline Connections provides medically-assisted detoxification and substance use treatment to help patients attain mental and physical stability without harmful side effects. We provide caring compassion and are dedicated to helping our patients reach their goal of sobriety and freedom from drugs and alcohol.
Lifeline Connections provides mental health outpatient treatment to those with a mental health condition or a co-occurring disorder (i.e. mental health and substance use disorder). We work with our clients every step of the way to help them discover and build their own strengths.
Lifeline Connections specializes in treatment for those addicted to opioids and alcohol by offering medication to assist in the recovery process (e.g. Suboxone® and Vivitrol®). We emphasize the importance of regular medical care, family counseling, support groups, one-on-one and group therapy in our medication assisted treatment program.
Lifeline Connections works closely with the Clark County Superior Court, Clark County District Court, and Clark County Jail to provide treatment services for people who are allowed to choose to get help for their addiction instead of going to jail or having additional legal issues.
CARF accreditation demonstrates that our organization is committed to reducing risk, addressing health and safety concerns, respecting cultural and individual preferences, and providing the best possible quality of care.
Our mission is to inspire hope and support life saving changes for people affected by substance use and mental health conditions.
If your particular insurance plan or insurance is out-of-network, we work with your insurer to secure an agreement for payment of your care.
Lifeline Connections offers a sliding scale to those that qualify and also offers treatment package discounts. Please contact our admissions office for more details.