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Our substance abuse intensive outpatient and outpatient (aftercare) therapeutic services are provided to adolescents and adults. We accept Medicaid FFS, some out-of-network insurances, and cash pay at competitive sliding scale rates. Contact us today for more information.





WRRP offers two mental health programs: SED and NSED.




This program is a program network that we offer to Nevada Medicaid FFS recipients (adolescents, children, and adults, to include seniors) and to Nevada Vocational Rehabilitation referred clients who suffer from severe emotional disorders (e.g., PTSD, ADD/ADHD, bi-polar disorder, depression, schizophrenia, and dual diagnoses). This program network offers:

  .  Psychiatric medication management

  .  Counseling and therapy services to individuals, families, and



  • Non-severe emotional disorders (NSED program)              


This program offers to Nevada Medicaid FFS recipients rehabilitative and case management services provided by clinically supervised behavioral health providers.


Using CBT, to include a MRT version of it, our rehabilitation providers both practice and teach evidence-based principles that help clients anticipate and cope with high-risk situations, as well as ways to respect the boundaries of others while protecting one’s own. The life-skills learned are accomplishments that help clients increase several levels of moral reasoning.




We provide Nevada Vocational Rehabilitation referred clients Pre-employment and Employment Supportive services, to include job placement assistance and coaching.





Our Employment Network program serves eligible Social Security disability beneficiaries, called Ticket Holders. We provide employment supportive services that afford Ticket Holders the opportunity and support to prepare for, obtain and retain career ladder jobs that will realistically enable them to leave and remain off of cash benefits. (One WRRP retention specialist--on right--gets her first ticket holder--on left--placed into gainful employment.) Click here to read more about how this program works.




Food & Beverage Concession Service training

One of our JRT certificate programs offers a volunteer opportunity to obtain skills applicable to the Food & Beverage Concession Service Industry. A current Southern Nevada Food Handler card and a current TAM (Alcohol Awareness) card is required for individuals to participate in this program. We provide financial assistance to help participants obtain the required cards. Participants who complete the 150 hours trainings, which consists of Cashiering-POS, Food Preparation, and Food Handler Health and Safety, receive a Certificate of Achievement in Food & Beverage Concession Services.

Several of our JRT Concession Service volunteers have been offered lead positions with WRRP, Inc. Several of our JRT Concession Service trainees have been offered employment at one or another company we train at. Each of our lead volunteer trainers have either been offered positions or were later hired at one or another arena company we provide JRT Concession Service.

Participants of this JRT must also participate in no cost monthly group meetings that provide a social learning alternative through tough love mentorship support from a variety of peer networks.

Nevada Medicaid mandatory 16-hour competencies training

Another JRT certificate program that we offer provides 12-hours of the initial and Nevada Medicaid mandatory 16-hour competencies and in-service trainings. The CPR required competency (4- hour training) is outsourced.

Completing these competencies is not free, yet they are competitively priced for individuals seeking to become Qualified Behavioral Aides and Qualified Mental Health Associates for the State of Nevada.


Entailed in this training is also a brief discussion on teamwork and on various styles of leadership.




  • Pantry


We provide food items, mostly canned and dry foods, to our clients in need. This service is only for people who participate in one or more of our programs.



  • Referral services                

Assistance with housing placement and other community-based resources. 


  • (Community service hours available)














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