Omaha Valley Hope

Valley Hope’s treatment facility in Omaha has been serving the area since 2006.  Omaha Valley Hope provides an array of comprehensive outpatient services including traditional Intensive Outpatient treatment, AC/ESS telehealth online services, individual, family, and group counseling, continuing care, education and assessment/evaluation services. Office hours are 1-10 pm Monday through Friday.

A traditional Intensive Outpatient program  is held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6-9 pm at Omaha Valley Hope. This includes education and group process sessions, individual counseling, family counseling, and chaplain services. AC/ESS teleheath IOP is a ten hour per week program with counselor facilitated process groups daily and individualized education with one on one feedback. The group rooms are open 24 hours per day, seven days per week.

One hour Continuing Care group sessions for those who have recently completed Residential or Intensive Outpatient treatment are held Monday Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at nine different times to fit a variety of schedules. Our AC/ESS telehealth option offers four online Continuing Care groups that allow for counselor facilitated groups Monday through Friday and rooms that are open 24 hours per day 7 days per week.

A referral for physician services is available to those enrolled in our treatment programs and is provided by certified addictionologists. Medication to assist in treatment is available, including Suboxone, which has been shown to be effective for those in treatment for an addiction to opiates, including heroin or prescription pain pills.

Omaha Valley Hope’s comfortable environment features group rooms and a lecture hall for patients and alumni. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff is available to answer questions for you or your loved one during office hours. Our Alumni Group meets for various activities including a one-time per month meeting on the first Tuesday with sobriety birthday celebrations and a guest speaker.

We accept most forms of private insurance and self-pay options are also available. Click here for payment options.  Omaha Valley Hope is licensed by the Department of Health Service in Nebraska and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JC).

7703 Serum Ave.
Omaha, NE
Phone: (402) 991-8824
Fax: (402) 991-3486

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Deb Ludemann has been with O’Neill Valley Hope since 2002, when she entered the counselor training program. She is a licensed alcohol and drug counselor (LADC) and, after working as a counselor at O’Neill Valley Hope for 8 years, took the position of Community Services Clinician. Her job now includes some of the duties of counselor when in O’Neill, but also has her on the road networking and helping get people into treatment.

When substance abuse gets in-between a person and what is important to them, Deb believes in the need for people to begin their recovery journey to get back what is important to them in their lives. For more information about our programs in Nebraska, or if you need further additional information, contact Deb today. Deb can be reached by submitting your question through the contact form on this page.

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