Valley Hope Tempe’s addiction treatment center provides a comprehensive continuum of outpatient care that allows clients to transition smoothly into their new life of sobriety. The program is grounded in the disease concept of drug and alcohol addiction, and offers individualized treatment programs to accommodate every client. Family participation is always encouraged, and the facility aims to educate and offer a drug and alcohol treatment experience focused on healing as a family. Valley Hope has helped thousands of people (and their family members) find recovery and a new way of life.
ABOUT VALLEY HOPE – TEMPE
Founded in 1967, Valley Hope provides substance abuse treatment through 16 centers located throughout the Midwest. The facility based in Tempe, Ariz. is conveniently situated in the Rio Sureno Medical Plaza. Men and women living in the Phoenix metropolitan area may easily access a variety of outpatient services, including intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) and, on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Online counseling is also available. Detox is offered at other Valley Hope locations but is not provided on-site.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Individuals who opt for intensive outpatient treatment can expect to remain in the program for six weeks. During this time, clients participate in nine hours of treatment each week.
Valley Hope uses a disease-model approach to address addiction, combining individual therapy, group therapy, family counseling, and drug and alcohol education. Clients also learn about the 12 Steps. In some cases, medication-assisted treatment is utilized.
Those enrolled in continuing care participate in a one-hour session each week. Clients are encouraged to participate in a 12-step program. A weekly relapse prevention group is also offered on-site.
According to Valley Hope’s website, care is administered by qualified counselors.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
At the time of this writing Best-rehabs.com has not received any alumni reviews of Valley Hope in Tempe. On Google, four reviewers to date rated the facility an average four out of five stars, with three perfect reviews and one rating it only one star. No written feedback was provided.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
One anonymous loved one polled by Best-rehabs.com to date rated Valley Hope four and five out of five stars in all metrics measured. The loved one rated the facility perfectly in exercise and leisure options, counseling options, and holistic treatment offerings, awarding the metrics five out of five stars. They wrote that the facility was “not so clean,” and “a little crowded” but praised it for “good food, good exercise, good staffing.”
According to its website, Valley Hope accepts a number of insurance providers but does not accept Medicare and Medicaid. Scholarships and payment plans are available, and those who pre-pay for treatment in cash may be eligible for a 10 percent discount.