Valley Hope Association

Providing Alcohol, Drug and Related Treatment Services Since 1967


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AA VS. NA – which meetings best?

AA VS. NA – which meetings best?

“I just got out of treatment and haven’t decided if I should go to NA or AA.  I was in treatment for meth, but I’ve abused about every drug, including alcohol,...

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Adderall abuse

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Adderall abuse

ADHD has a long history which began in 1902.  A British doctor by the name of Sir George Still, considered the father of pediatrics in England, called it a “Defect of...

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Using the Internet to Find a Treatment Provider

Using the Internet to Find a Treatment Provider

Recently, I was looking around online at treatment services offered throughout the country. As I was reviewing a variety of treatment center websites, it occurred to me...

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Dr. Michael Colip Elected to  Valley Hope Association Board of Directors

Dr. Michael Colip Elected to Valley Hope Association Board of Directors

The Valley Hope Association Board of Directors have elected Dr. Michael Colip to the VHA Board.  He fills the position recently vacated by Dr. Merlynn Colip, his...

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Dr. Merlynn Colip Retires from Valley Hope Association Board

Dr. Merlynn Colip Retires from Valley Hope Association Board

Valley Hope Association (VHA) has announced the retirement of Dr. Merlynn Colip from the VHA Board of Directors. Colip, co-founder of Valley Hope and now Board Member...

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Binge Drinking

Binge Drinking

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and alcoholism, binge drinking is defined as a drinking pattern that raises one’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC)...

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