Seven Hills Hospital provides intensive short-term treatment to adults and adolescents suffering from addiction and co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders. Services provided include 12-Step resources, individual, group, and family therapy, didactic educational groups, medication stabilization, nutritional care, recreation therapy, and more. Educational groups feature topics such as anger management, conflict resolution, substance abuse education, and stress management.
ABOUT SEVEN HILLS HOSPITAL
Seven Hills Hospital is a behavioral health hospital offering psychiatric and substance abuse treatment for adolescents, adults, and geriatrics. The facility is located 20 miles south of downtown Las Vegas. Addiction treatment includes medical detox, residential, and outpatient care. Detox services are available on site, making it.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Detoxification may be the first phase of care depending on the client’s individualized needs. Medical professionals monitor this process 24 hours a day, seven days each week. This program is available for adolescents, adults, and seniors.
Clients at the facility follow an individualized program put together under the supervision of a psychiatrist. The facility uses a variety of therapies built around the 12-Steps. Treatment options include psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), medication management, exercise, nutrition, group and family therapy. Family therapy is offered in both individual and group settings.
Outpatient options consist of partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) for mental health disorders and substance abuse. Both programs are held on weekday mornings with an average treatment length of two weeks.
The facility offers a dedicated treatment track for adolescents ages 11 to 17 that includes treatment for phobias, cutting, and eating disorders. Similarly, treatment for seniors offers programs for obsessive compulsive disorder, schizophrenia, and more.
The team is led by a staff of psychiatrists, and also includes physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists, licensed addiction counselors, and recreational therapists. Four alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com gave the facility staff’s experience and level of training an average 4.75 out of five stars.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The facility offers 134 beds in rooms for two, plus food prepared by an on-site chef. Free daily transportation plus lunch and snacks are available for outpatient clients. Six alumni and their loved ones polled by Best-rehabs.com gave cleanliness an average rating of 4.6 stars.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
At the time of this writing, there have been six alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com. On average, the alumni gave the facility high ratings for most metrics. Five out of five stars were given for the fairness of the facility’s cell phone and visitation policy, for the ability of family and loved ones to participate in treatment through facility programming, for the cleanliness of the facility, and for the affordability and/or payment plans, scholarships, or financial assistance that were made available. These alumni gave the counseling options offered by the facility 4.7 stars and the experience and level of training of the staff 4.75 stars.
When asked about the facility’s strengths, several alumni wrote about the quality of care and support they received from the treatment staff as well as the tools they were given for support after treatment. An anonymous alum commented, “Postiive atmosphere” and another alum, Jozette, wrote, “The group sessipns were very helpful and gave me the tools to walk out the door in pretty good shape.” Two alumni gave the admissions and discharge procedure five out of five stars. One wrote, “Really care and are thee every step of the way and when you are getting discharged theyvset you up with a program for after wards. They help you with everything they are there and really listen.” The other echoed, “They are really there every step of the way. This is the on;y place i would refer anyone they truly care and help everystep of the way even when you go home.”
All of the six alumni polled agreed that they would recommend this facility to a friend or loved one who was considering rehab. However, additional written feedback from two alumni reveals some dissatisfaction with the care received. K.M.B. and Steve both left complaints about the counselors. Additionally, K.M.B. suggested that the facility’s website is not an accurate portrayal of the actual facility. Yet, when surveyed on the facility’s weaknesses, many alumni respondents wrote, “nothing.”
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
At the time of this writing there have been two friends/family members polled by Best-rehabs.com. One respondent, P.F., was a best friend of a client and gave the facility four out of five stars for treatment effectiveness, accommodations, and meals and nutrition. The second anonymous female loved one rated those same categories as three stars.
Both loved ones agreed that the facility was clean and well maintained. P.F. also agreed that the facility’s cell phone and visitation policy was fair, and that family and friends were able to participate in treatment through facility programming. In contrast, the second anonymous loved one indicated that family and loved ones were not able to participate in treatment through facility programming and she did not think that the treatment and services offered at the facility were worth the cost.
The second respondent indicated she would not recommend the facility to another friend or loved one who was considering rehab because she felt the treatment was not intense enough. She also wrote, “This facility needs to be more involved with the clients an offer individual counseling rather than only group.”
P.F., however, responded affirmatively when polled about whether or not he would recommend this facility. In contrast to the alumni polled, though, P.F. was concerned with the facility’s discharge procedures. He wrote that his friend was allowed to leave treatment after detoxing and then later relapsed: “My best friend is the one who went here. He spoke highly of the program structure and staff. He said they supported him in leaving right after detox, which I was not excited about. I think he really could have benefitted if he stayed for treatment. He relapsed shortly after leaving because he didnt have the tools he needed to stay sober.”
According to its website, Seven Hills accepts Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare, and private insurances including Aetna, Anthem, United, and Blue Cross Blue Shield. Costs and fees are not listed on the facility’s website.