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    Recovery Fellowships 101: How to Know Which One is Right for You

    Choosing the Right Recovery Fellowship When you are first entering recovery it is very important that you enter a recovery fellowship. Finding the correct fellowship is just as important. Certain fellowships focus on different things, they will have a different structure to their groups and the availability of their meetings will ...

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    A Guide for the Family: How to Get Your Loved One Help

    When you are in the process of finding drug and alcohol treatment for loved ones it can become overwhelming, if you are not prepared for what is ahead of you. Being prepared can make all the difference in whether your loved one will agree to go get help or if ...

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    How to Get Through Your First College Semester Sober

    Sobriety and college are not often found in the same sentence. Staying sober in college may seem like an impossibility to some but for others it can be a matter of life and death. For recovering addicts and alcoholics being able to stay sober in college can be difficult, but ...

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    Why is Detox Necessary Before Entering Rehab

    If your goal is to experience meaningful and lifelong sobriety, your overall recovery plan needs to consist of several important steps. When you are in the early stages of recovery, undergoing medical detoxification is an essential--and necessary part of the entire recovery process. When faced with drug detox, many addicts ...

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    How To Select a Great Sober Living Home

    Completing drug treatment is a major milestone in your life that you should be proud of and celebrate. You have come a long way since your entry into treatment and have put in the hard work and determination needed to completely change your life around. If you are thinking that ...

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Addiction Treatment Admission

When treating addiction, time is of great importance. That is why representatives with the Valley Hope Association are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by telephone. We are here to help answer all your questions about addiction treatment and to assist through the addiction treatment admission process. Whether you, a family member, an employee, a best friend or a co-worker is experiencing problems with alcohol or some other drug, Valley Hope wants to be of service to you. Our addiction treatment services are designed for people who are experiencing addiction regardless of economic status, race, national origin, political affiliation, sex or disability.

We have treated individuals ranging from ages 16 and up in an integrated treatment approach that we believe mirrors life in the real world, but there are state-license age limitations at some Valley Hope addiction rehabilitation facilities. It is a goal of the Valley Hope Association to remove as many barriers to drug and alcohol addiction treatment as possible. You will find our staff ready and willing to listen in an effort to help find the best placement for you or your loved one. If for some reason it is determined that treatment is not appropriate at one of our addiction treatment facilities, we will assist you with an appropriate resource to contact.

The Valley Hope Association can accommodate addiction treatment admission at most of our addiction treatment facilities regardless of where the individual fighting addiction resides through our Fly to Recovery Program. Regional and national companies and individuals are discovering that the Fly to Recovery treatment option offered by the Valley Hope Association works to their advantage.

Our rates for residential alcohol and drug addiction treatment are substantially lower than the industry average even with the cost of airfare added to the total. Valley Hope will assist with making your flight arrangements and include the cost of the flight in the final bill upon discharge. Addiction treatment facilities offering the Fly To Recovery service include:

To learn more about the addiction treatment admission process or addiction treatment services offered through the Valley Hope Association, please contact us today.