4th Annual Alumni Retreat, Las Vegas October 17-19, 2016

Presented by American Addiction Centers Alumni

Let’s Do Recovery Together.

Join us for the 4th Annual AAC Alumni Retreat in Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV • October 17-19, 2016

Join us for three days of recovery-focused sessions, workshops, speakers, and group activities designed to energize, inspire, and motivate you on your recovery journey. This retreat is for YOU, our graduates, who make the choice every day to maintain sobriety in the real world.

register now!

Free Registration for AAC Alumni!


Hear engaging speakers and peers share strategies for recovery in the real world.


Tap into our supportive, nationwide community of AAC alumni.


Deepen your commitment to sobriety with time to focus on your recovery journey.


Join in group activities, make new friends, and have tons of fun in Vegas!

This retreat is your
recovery tune-up.

You perform scheduled maintenance on your car and update your computer’s software regularly.
You owe it to yourself to invest in keeping your recovery running smoothly, too.

FREE registration for you and one guest

FREE registration to Lifestyle Intervention Conference, our annual professional event, also at the Bellagio

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Select meals, snacks and drinks provided

Fun after hours group events

Multiple meetings onsite each day, plus hundreds more around the city

Q: Why Vegas?
A: Why not Vegas?

(Actually, we picked it on purpose.)

We operate one of the biggest treatment centers in the country here, and we know first hand that Las Vegas has one of the largest, most visible, and most active recovery communities in the nation.

Wherever there are a lot of people feeding their addictions, you’ll also find a lot of people hungry for recovery. Where else can you find hundreds of meetings every day (even at 3 a.m.) or tons of fun, sober group activities 24/7?

Come find out why Las Vegas is one of the best places in the world to be clean and sober.

Hear from Desert Hope Alumni Coordinator Chris Boutte about living clean and sober in Las Vegas.

Read more Here

But this man still lives, and is a free man. He does not need a bodyguard nor is he confined. He can go anywhere on this earth where other free men may go without disaster, provided he remains willing to maintain a certain simple attitude.

the Big Book, Chapter 2, Page 26

I’m in. What else do I need to know?

Check our list of FAQ’s or contact us with your questions any time!

Where do I stay?

Contact us for a list of nearby affordable hotels. You can also save a lot of money by splitting the cost with another alum, taking shuttles or the monorail instead of renting a car, and checking online for discount codes when you book your room.

How much does it cost?

Registration for the conference is absolutely FREE and includes two meals, snacks and drinks every day. Plan on us picking up the tab for at least one group dinner, and we’ll cover admission fees for any other planned activities. At the very least, you’ll be responsible for two meals, incidentals, lodging, and travel.

What kind of group activities are planned?

We’re in the process of putting together a fun schedule of group activities, but the details depend on how many people register. We’re thinking bonfire, dinner, shopping, Old Vegas, maybe even a hike in the desert. Join our mailing list or like us on Facebook to get updates as the schedule takes shape. Don’t worry — we’ll keep you busy!

I’m local. Can I just come for a few group activities?

We strongly encourage you to take advantage of the entire 3-day experience. This conference is equally about getting and giving support, and that means everyone must participate fully to achieve both.

Who can I bring?

Your FREE registration includes a free plus-one as well. Bring someone close to you who supports your recovery: your spouse, parent, friend, or sibling.

What is Lifestyle Intervention Conference? Do I need to go?

Your FREE registration includes admission to our annual professional conference held at the same time, also at the Bellagio. LIC6 workshops are open to all alumni. If you’re a behavioral health professional or addictions community leader, this is a huge perk! Learn more about the conference here.