Oklahoma City Valley Hope offers the metro area a full range of outpatient alcohol and drug treatment services including traditional Intensive Outpatient (IOP), 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.
Our six-week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings from 6-9 pm. The sessions include group therapy, family counseling, educational lectures and films, relapse prevention and 12 Step program work.
In addition to the traditional IOP program, Oklahoma City Valley Hope offers our AC/ESS online program which enables our patients to access high-quality professional counseling services at any time and from any location. The AC/ESS options include Intensive Outpatient, Family Outpatient and Continuing Care services. Assessment and evaluation services are also available, as well as individual counseling.
The outpatient office features a spacious lecture hall, counselor offices unique to their styles, and a coffee shop for our alumni and patients to enjoy. Alumni gather in the coffee shop every Tuesday from 6-7 pm for fellowship, fun and continued recovery support. Oklahoma City Valley Hope also offers Renewal Night for alumni the first Tuesday of each month from 6-8 pm, starting with a potluck dinner followed by a guest speaker. Great food, fun and fellowship!
We accept most forms of private insurance and self-pay options are also available. Click here for payment options. Oklahoma City Valley Hope is licensed by the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Service in Oklahoma and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JC).
Kensie Lyon is the Oklahoma Community Service Clinician for Valley Hope. Her career in the field of chemical dependency began in 2010 working with females ages 13 to 18. Kensie began working for Valley Hope as a Chemical Dependency Counselor in 2012. She loves the program of recovery and understands the importance of separating the disease from individual. She knows it’s important to love those suffering until they can love themselves. Her passion is to show others that there is more than one way to recovery and always hope to be found when taking that first step asking for help.
Kensie has a passion to help others and enjoys being involved in the community. She is available to help families who are feeling lost and individuals ready to take the steps to change their lives. She loves Valley Hope and brings a positive attitude to her professional work. If you have questions about treatment or want to know about options, contact Kensie today.