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Valley Hope is absolutely amazing!!! When my husband Ray O. came to Valley Hope, his alcohol level was 456! This was the 3rd time his level was that high. He was also addicted to prescription pain medication. From the first day he was at Valley Hope, he absolutely loved it. He, like many of the residents, did not want to leave. It was very helpful to both of us that I was able to spend full weekends there and attend classes with him throughout the day. While it was not always easy for Ray while he was there, the staff was wonderful. Everyone at Valley Hope is very friendly and helpful; they want you to succeed! Today, September 6, 2019 is Ray's 6 month anniversary of being sober! He has absolutely no desire to drink or take pills - it really never even crosses his mind. We are both so thankful for Valley Hope and all the people there. We made many lasting friendships with the people Ray was there with and they all continue to help each other. I am so proud of what my husband has accomplished and I will be forever grateful to Valley Hope!
I felt I had a good experience and learned a lot. The counselors were very helpful as long as I was willing to do the work they assigned or participate in counseling. The more cooperative I was the better treatment experience I had.
The program taught me about making a decision for myself and recovery is my own gift. The tools I learned to use gave a fighting chance in the real world and in real situations that may arise. the general focus was that recovery is yours and no one can take it away from you. You need to want to recover only if you, yourself wants it to work. Good treatment groups, support and education.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.