Desert Winds Recovery Center

Hours

Wednesday:
24 Hours
Thursday:
24 Hours
Friday:
24 Hours
Saturday:
24 Hours
Sunday:
24 Hours
Monday:
24 Hours
Tuesday:
24 Hours

Chamber Rating

3.5 - (4 reviews)
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About
Desert Winds Recovery Center

Desert Winds Recovery Center is located at 6233 Palmyra Ave in Las Vegas, Nevada 89146. Desert Winds Recovery Center can be contacted via phone at 702-903-9847 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   702-903-9847

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Desert Winds Recovery Center?

A The phone number for Desert Winds Recovery Center is: 702-903-9847.


Q Where is Desert Winds Recovery Center located?

A Desert Winds Recovery Center is located at 6233 Palmyra Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89146


Q What is the internet address for Desert Winds Recovery Center?

A The website (URL) for Desert Winds Recovery Center is: http://desertwindsrecovery.com/


Q What days are Desert Winds Recovery Center open?

A Desert Winds Recovery Center is open:
Wednesday: 24 Hours
Thursday: 24 Hours
Friday: 24 Hours
Saturday: 24 Hours
Sunday: 24 Hours
Monday: 24 Hours
Tuesday: 24 Hours


Q How is Desert Winds Recovery Center rated?

A Desert Winds Recovery Center has a 3.5 Star Rating from 4 reviewers.

Hours

Wednesday:
24 Hours
Thursday:
24 Hours
Friday:
24 Hours
Saturday:
24 Hours
Sunday:
24 Hours
Monday:
24 Hours
Tuesday:
24 Hours

Ratings and Reviews
Desert Winds Recovery Center

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antonia sobalvarro on Google

image I spoke with a nice woman on the phone that helped me get to the facility right away. She informed me that I was gonna be the only woman in the program but also assured me shed be in the facility every day to help me feel safe & to also help me through this time. The facility was clean & food was good which I appreciated. I had been suffering from a chronic illness and organ failure, so was in a completely vulnerable state.
The woman that was doing therapy with us was nice at 1st, she did make an effort to earn my trust & make me feel like she cared . BUT she seemed to play this part, one minute she cared about you and the next minute she was yelling at you. Completely Dramatic. Almost felt she was suffering from mental health herself.
I had only been there a few days when this counselor woman had just received news that she had passed her testing to become a real certified counselor, which I did not know she was not certified.
Almost immediately she became extremely over-the-top & decided to show her new found dominance over the group. We had a sit down session at the table where she had us participate in her asking us questions & us writing down our answers. She went through all our answers out loud and continued to knock each one of us down with her ego trip. She was yelling at people saying things like nope youre wrong. Thats not what you you want in life, think harder about the questions Im asking you
When it came to me she had asked the question what is it that you want in life or what makes you happy. Something to that aspect. She then read my answers out loud, took a loud deep breathe, as if she was annoyed with me.She crumpled up my paper and threw it like garbage saying thats not what you want, told me my answers were wrong, I wasnt listening to her question right, & continued asking me the same question over and over each time saying no youre not thinking, I couldnt even finish a sentence with out her freaking out. I was crying, felt belittled and said Im not here to be yelled at. I felt attacked, embarrassed, and confused as to what I was doing & saying that was so wrong.
So I decided to leave . As I'm walking away she tells me Ive only seen two people that look as ill as you do in here and one of them left like you are & died so good luck.
At that point the woman that had helped me sign up and get to the facility finally shows up and tries to be helpful and convince me to stay but I was done. Probably the best thing Ive ever done for myself. I checked into a hospital & it turned out my health issues had nothing to do with my drinking. I had a cyst on my lower spine that had become infected. Though I had decided drinking wasnt helping & knew I had to make a major change.
Im happy to say I remained sober on my own for a year now, but I will absolutely will not ever recommend anyone going to Desert Winds if this woman is still working there. I wish I knew her name so she could be held accountable . At the time I was just so weak and lost. I didnt know how to stick up for myself.
For this counselor to be surrounded by people who are so vulnerable and are coming to you for help only to feel belittled & ashamed is insane and completely unprofessional. Again I wish I had spoken up for myself then. But this is the best I can do now.

Business Response on Google Mar 8th, 2024
Hi Antonia, First, we would like to congradulate you on your one-year of sobriety. We would like to learn more about whom you dealt with, please email us at [email protected].

M Murphy on Google

image From the very first day at Desert Winds Recovery I was greeted with love and kindness. The facility creates an open, honest and respectful relationship whereby clients feel safe enough to disclose their feelings about themselves and their experiences without judgement. Everyone who works there wants to see you get heathy and thrive.
Through the use of both Eastern and Western medicine, Desert Winds approaches diagnosing and treating in a partly holistic manner. This includes multiple factors that embrace the mind, body, and spirit.
The real difficulty is to overcome how you think about yourself. In order to love who you are, you cannot hate the experiences that shaped you.

Business Response on Google Aug 8th, 2023
Thank you for taking the time to write your kind review. We are all pleased that you had a such positive experience and wish you the best in the future.

LaMonte Peterson on Google

image Clients relapse multiple times, get pampered, then are allowed right back only to relapse again. Therapist has inappropriate relationships with clients as far as texting and calling them off hours. The heads (therapist, some BHTs, Owner) have never had a drug addiction which lets you know its driven by greed.

Business Response on Google Jun 13th, 2023
Hi LaMonte, thank you for bringing these issues to our attention. We would like to reach out to you to discuss your experience, but we do not recognize your name or have your contact information.The nature of our work includes relapse and second chances. That being said, our relapse rates are better than the industry’s standards. Our staff are committed to supporting patients during the business day and even after hours when patients are most vulnerable to relapse.Thirty years ago, I was working as a secretary in a treatment center and inadvertently received a call from a young man named Lionel. He was deciding to either use heroin or go to treatment. Through my conversation with him he chose treatment. Watching him through the recovery process changed my life knowing that a phone call I had with him changed his life. I chose to work in this field because I want to help people like Lionel find recovery and I have never regretted that decision. I am not in recovery, and we whole heartedly disagree with your comment that those of us that are not in recovery are driven by greed. That is simply not the case.I hope we can move forward and continue to support you and your family. Please call us at (702) 904-8845 so we can discuss your concerns.

M Johnson on Google

image Recovery isnt easy, especially when you have years of recovery time. And come to the actualization that you need to start over again. From the individualized programs, intimate, and clean setting to the caring staff. That make it evident they all wish to see you succeed. From the CEO Zino, therapist,Carolina, to the techs Jamil, Toya, Kim, Christian, Brian, Kira. To others like Kathy, Chef Jenn and Chef Mary. Nurse Kellie, Nurse Brittany, Nurse Ashley, Nurse Irene, Dr Billie, Albert amongst so many others. Yoga, finance, coping mechanisms, medication management I cannot think of an untapped resource that was omitted. After getting passed the phone rules, and initial reservations about just admitting yourself there youll see you made the right decision.

Business Response on Google Jun 5th, 2023
Thank you, M., we appreciate the kind words you have posted about our program and staff at Desert Winds Recovery Center. We are pleased to hear that your treatment experience met your expectations. We wish you much success moving forward!

Daniel Thomas Kerrigan on Google

image Desert Winds Recovery Center has been the best thing that's ever happened to me! The tools I now use and the cognitive guidance I have been taught through therapy with Carolina here, has completely changed my way of thinking about Recovery and am now living a productive healthy life. I am extremely grateful for all the staff, the techs, Cathy, the doctors Albert and Billy and nurses Irene andcompany, the amazing chefs, dieting and comfort food catering to everyone's individual needs. Jennifer and Mary are incredible. Most of all there's a diamond in the rough here at Desert Winds. Carolina Taylor LCSW is a caring, thoughtful, kind and professional soul that will rock your world! Identifying your traumatic event, discovering what trauma really means through individual sessions and group therapy is key to anyone's success. The interesting outings, the art therapy and music therapy with Donnie is off the charts! Sounds corny? I've been around Recovery for 50 years and this is the first thing that has worked! Explore the power within. Special thanks to Zino!


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