Valley Hope’s Tempe addiction treatment center is located in the Rio Sureno Medical Plaza and is easily accessible to individuals living in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Our continuum of care allows patients to transition smoothly into their new life of sobriety. We offer a wide range of convenient outpatient addiction treatment services to meet the unique needs of our patients: both in-person and on-line.
The Valley Hope Tempe addiction treatment center offers a six-week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) with morning and evening options. IOP is held Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, from 8:30-11:30 am or Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings from 6-9 pm.
The sessions continue for six weeks and include group therapy, family counseling, educational lectures and films, relapse prevention and 12 Step program work. In addition to the traditional IOP program, Tempe Valley Hope offers a Continuing Care Process Group and a Relapse Prevention Program that meet weekly.
Our innovative AC/ESS Online addiction treatment program enables our patients to access high-quality professional counseling services at any time and from any location. The AC/ESS Online addiction treatment program includes Intensive Outpatient, Family Outpatient and Continuing Care services. Assessment and evaluation services are also available, as well as individual counseling. Patients may receive up to one year of continuing care.
Tempe Valley Hope is open from 8 am-10 pm, Monday through Friday. Services are covered by most insurance and managed care plans. Affordable payment plans are also available. Call now and our friendly staff will be happy to explain the options and guide you to the recovery treatment program that is right for you.
Tempe Addiction Treatment Center
Mike Japenga is the Community Services Clinician for Valley Hope’s Arizona continuum of care for alcohol, drug and related treatment services. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in 1990 and his Master of Divinity in 1996. He served as a church pastor for six years prior to becoming a licensed counselor.
He first became a Licensed Addictions Counselor in Montana in 2001 where he worked inpatient, outpatient, and private practice. Mike joined Valley Hope at their Chandler inpatient facility in 2006. He spent four years as part of the CVH clinical team before transferring to the outpatient office in Tempe. He spent another four years helping to provide outpatient services. He spent a year of his outpatient treatment time with the AC/ESS Online team and was Admissions Coordinator for two years as well. Most importantly Mike brings his love of Valley Hope patients, and people in general, to his work. He believes that folks who struggle with the disease of addiction (and their families) are in need of love and compassion, not condemnation. Addiction is a disease, not a moral or personal failure. Mike is here to serve you, your family, and answer any questions you might have. Please contact Mike today!