Valley Hope of Omaha

Valley Hope of Omaha


Founded in Kansas in 1967, Valley Hope is a nonprofit that owns and operates numerous residential and outpatient addiction treatment throughout seven states, including Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. The Omaha facility provides outpatient treatment services to adult men and women.


The Omaha facility offers a six-week intensive outpatient program (IOP), which meets three times a week for three-hour evening sessions. Clients participate in group therapy, individual counseling, and addiction education workshops, as well as learn about 12-step programs and how they can help aid in the recovery process.

There is also a specialized 10-week online IOP designed for clients who cannot make it to the facility.

Successful graduates can participate in Valley Hope’s continuing care program, which meets once a week and focuses on relapse prevention.


While there is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its Omaha treatment team, Valley Hope as a whole employs a range of multidisciplinary staffers, including counselors, chaplains, physicians, nurses, and psychologists. The one loved one surveyed by to date gave Valley Hope of Omaha four out of five stars for its staff’s level of training and experience.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY has not yet received any reviews from this facility’s alumni, however the Omaha location received two mixed reviews from former clients on Google.[1] Ohmar gave the program five out of five stars and wrote: “Nice place. Facilities were clean. Would recommend to others.” Kiersten, one the other hand, gave the Omaha facility just one star and complained that they were not upfront about payment options.


Danielle, the one loved one polled by at the time of this writing, gave Valley Hope of Omaha a highly positive review. She awarded the facility five out of five stars across all evaluated metrics, including treatment effectiveness, family participation, counseling options, cleanliness, administrative and discharge procedures, and treatment of co-occurring disorders. “My loved one felt great after leaving this facility,” Danielle wrote. “They felt cared for.”


According to the facility’s website, Valley Hope of Omaha accepts most major insurance plans and offers flexible self-payment options. The one loved one polled by to date gave the facility five out of five stars for its affordability.


Reviews about Valley Hope of Omaha

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  • Everything was great at this place for my loved one. My loved one felt great after leaving this facility. They felt cared for.