ASAM Treatment Criteria & Levels of Care
WestCare Nevada offers a full continuum of care based on the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) treatment criteria for addictive, substance related, and co-occurring conditions. This includes addressing withdrawal and intoxication management, a multidimensional assessment, appropriate patient placement based on level of care standards, and regular reassessment and adjustment of the level of care placement as needed.
WestCare Nevada offers the following ASAM Levels of Care:
- Level 1: Outpatient Services
- Level 2.1: Intensive Outpatient Services
- Level 2.5: Partial Hospitalization Services
- Level 3.1: Low-Intensity Residential Services
- Level 3.2: Clinically Managed Withdrawal Management Services
- Level 3.5: High-Intensity Residential Services
- Level 3.7: Medically Monitored Withdrawal Management Services
Crisis & Detox
Las Vegas Community Triage Center (CTC)
The Community Triage Center serves the Las Vegas Valley as a hospital ER diversion for those with Substance Use Disorders and those needing mental health stabilization and crisis management.
Women & Children’s Campus
Our Women and Children’s Campus (WCC) in Las Vegas houses multiple programs designed to meet the specific needs of women and women with children in a residential setting. At this one address, clients have convenient access to four programs: The Healthy Families Project, The Serenity Women’s Residential Program, The Veterans Administration Women Warrior Unit, and the Transitional Living Program for Women and Children.
Harris Springs Ranch
Harris Springs Ranch (HSR) is designed to meet the specific needs of men in a residential ranch-style setting near Mount Charleston. The program provides men the opportunity to begin their recovery from dependency on drugs and/or alcohol and co-occurring disorders, to strengthen coping skills to prevent a relapse, accept responsibility, problem solve, build self-esteem, and respect themselves and others in a family-like living environment.
Las Vegas Community Involvement Center
Find two resources available at this one address: The Las Vegas Community Involvement Center (CIC) and WestCare’s Community Triage Center (CTC). The CIC is an outpatient hub providing an access point for clients into any of WestCare’s continuum of care services. The CTC is a state-licensed 51-bed withdrawal management facility providing medical assessments, continuous supervision, and stabilization.
Pahrump Community Involvement Center
The Pahrump Community Involvement Center (CIC) is an outpatient hub providing an access point for clients from a variety of rural referral sources into any of WestCare’s continuum of care services through an initial assessment. We provide a variety of integrated co-occurring services including Intensive Outpatient Treatment, Level 1 Outpatient Treatment, and Individual Counseling.
Tonopah Community Involvement Center
The Tonopah Community Involvement Center (CIC) offers rural assessments and outpatient programming for adults and adolescents. Outpatient programming is offered 1-3 hours a week per the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria. in addition to outpatient services, WestCare serves as the 5th Judicial District Drug Court Program, which addresses criminal behaviors and addictive thinking patterns.
4th Street Las Vegas
Our 4th Street Transitional Living program provides a place where men can learn the necessary skills to transition back into the community and be self-sufficient. Our mission is to empower wellness and hope through supportive care, advocacy, and recovery-focused skill development. The program provides men with the opportunity to continue their education, seek employment, and prepare for long-term stable housing.
Las Vegas Transitional Living – Women & Children
Located at the Women & Children’s Campus, a place is provided where women learn necessary skills to be self-sufficient and transition back into the community. We empower client wellness and hope through supportive care, advocacy, and recovery-focused skill development. To ensure a healthy circle of support, residents are encouraged to actively participate in groups therapies. The program provides women with the opportunity to continue their education, seek employment, and prepare for long-term stable housing.
Education & Prevention
Connections Fatherhood F.I.R.E.
The Connections program is designed to promote the need for responsible fathering, provide fathers with education and training, link fathers with community-based resources, and provide fathers with opportunities to positively interact with their children.
Our Multi-Agency Outreach Resources Engagement teams work in conjunction with the Las Vegas City Marshals, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Salvation Army, HELP of Southern Nevada and U.S. Vets to link individuals they meet on the streets into services. We provide assistance with documentation assistance, bus tickets, and Clarity Cards as a form of identification
Reno Homefront Veterans’ Transitional Housing
Homefront is a Grant Per Diem independent living program for homeless Veterans. WestCare works hand in hand with the VA to provide fluid and comprehensive care for medical, mental health, and employment needs. Homefront provides case management and a family environment that remains in place long after discharge. We work with each Veteran individually to make sure that all needs are met before discharge such as treatment planning, budget assistance, community and life skills groups weekly, transportation for appointment and shopping needs, outings, and activities.
Las Vegas Women Warrior Unit
Located at the Women & Children’s Campus, we provide emergency housing for Veteran women (18+), with or without children. Offers supportive case management to assist clients in obtaining permanent housing, which includes referral and linkage to ancillary services. Veteran Women are referred to this program by the VA and may reside for up to 120 days.