Nevada Community Enrichment Program (NCEP) is a highly recognized leader in the field of brain injury rehabilitation. We are the only non-profit, post acute brain injury rehabilitation program in Nevada serving individuals with acquired and traumatic brain injuries (ABI and TBI), as well as neurological impairments.

NCEP has earned and maintained CARF (Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities) Accreditation for adult, adolescent and pediatric Out-Patient Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Residential Brain Injury Rehabilitation, and Vocational Rehabilitation.

In 2011, NCEP has been selected as a contracted provider with the Veterans Health Administration Assisted Living Pilot Program for Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury. NCEP’s comprehensive day and residential treatment programs provide specialized, evidence based, client centered rehabilitation services including: comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan, medical management, case management, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, cognitive retraining, vocational services, behavioral management, counseling, life skills training, and community re-entry.

Basic admission criteria includes: diagnosis of traumatic or acquired brain injury, or other neurological condition; medically stability; ability to voluntarily and actively participate in a minimum of 3 hours of rehabilitation per day.

Funding and payment for services includes: Medicaid, worker’s compensation, private and commercial insurance contracts, private pay agreements, and special grant funding may be available for those who qualify.

Consistent with the Mission Statement of Accessible Space, Inc. (ASI), our parent organization, the Nevada Community Enrichment Program (NCEP) is dedicated to providing a therapeutic environment that encourages evidence-based, state of the art rehabilitation in a community based setting, while promoting training and education.

Our goal is to ensure that all rehabilitation is client centered and driven, so that each individual may reach their highest level of independence. Maximum independence, as well as continual opportunities to progress is made possible through NCEP’s team approach to individualized treatment plans and educational programs focusing on brain injury education, awareness and prevention; for our clients, their support systems and the community.

Contact: ncepinfo@accessiblespace.org
(phone) 702-259-1903
(fax) 702-259-1907