We welcome you to Grapevine Valley Hope, provider of alcohol and drug treatment services for individuals and families. Grapevine Valley Hope is part of the Valley Hope Association which has been providing services for individuals and families affected by alcohol and drugs since 1967. We are located in historic Grapevine, Texas at 2300 William D. Tate Avenue, and opened our doors to treat individuals in July of 2001. Since then, our residential facility has provided services for over 12,700 patients, as well as the family and friends of those patients.
Grapevine Valley Hope is a freestanding substance abuse facility offering a variety of treatment options for adults ages 18+ including sub-acute detox, residential and partial levels of care. Nursing staff is available around the clock to provide medications and assist patients who are experiencing detox symptoms or other health concerns. The length of stay in our program is variable and based upon each patient’s recovery needs.
Treatment is highly individualized. Each patient is assigned an individual counselor, a small group counselor and a non-denominational chaplain to guide them through the 12 Steps. Lectures, group counseling and interactive activities are conducted daily, taking advantage of the healing power of group milieu therapy. Patients will also work with their individual counselor to develop a continuing care plan so that they continue to receive the treatment and support they need, long after leaving the residential treatment center.
Our adjacent outpatient treatment facility offers both a morning and evening Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) that meet three days per week. We offer several Continuing Care groups that meet during the day and in the evenings. Online treatment options are also available for family treatment, IOP and continuing care.
Valley Hope has always recognized the importance of family involvement in the process of recovery. An addiction can destroy families as much as it destroys the individuals who are admitting to addiction treatment. Grapevine Valley Hope offers family programming so that families have an opportunity to learn about addiction and begin the healing process. We also offer online family treatment which is a great resource for those family members who want to be involved, but may not be able to travel to our treatment center.
A key component to our treatment is helping individuals embrace the idea that there are benefits to sobriety that far outweigh simple abstinence.
Our admission staff is available 24/7. We accept most forms of private insurance. Self-pay options are also available.
Grapevine Valley Hope, the Valley Hope Association and all of our employees are in place to provide services for individuals, family members and the community at large affected by substance abuse/dependence and related circumstances. We take great pride in providing these services and greatly value the trust individuals have placed in us to provide them. If you, a family member or a friend are in need of our services, please contact us. For individuals inquiring about services, if Grapevine Valley Hope does not meet your needs, we will gladly assist you in obtaining services that will better fit your circumstances.
Grapevine Valley Hope
Bob is our Community Service Clinician for Valley Hope’s Grapevine continuum for alcohol, drug and related treatment services. Bob is a credentialed counselor and has been involved in the chemical dependency treatment field since 2008.
While at Grapevine Valley Hope, Bob has worked as a residential counselor, facilitated the family program and has worked for the Valley Hope outpatient program, as well. Bob enjoys helping others, meeting new people and talking about recovery. Patients and staff describe Bob as spiritual, compassionate and loving. He enjoys meeting new people and has a special place in his heart for new patients and their families. His hope is to create a warm, friendly and welcoming experience for anyone seeking help.
As a Community Service Clinician, Bob’s desire is to help alcoholics and addicts find their way into recovery. Bob believes in Valley Hope and the philosophy of loving the patient. He also believes in the spiritually based 12 step model and takes pride in his own integrity and reputation within the 12 step recovery community. Bob’s personal and professional experience brings deep empathy to the suffering alcoholic and addict, as well as their families.