Hope. For life.
At Valley Hope, those struggling with addiction find compassion, self-respect and the help they need to return to a life filled with promise.
Valley Hope is with you every step.
Recovery from addiction is a long, difficult journey, but you're not alone. Valley Hope will stay with you all the way.
Addiction is a valley. We give you hope.
Addiction hurts families, ruins careers and destroys lives. But even in your darkest hours, there is always hope for a brighter tomorrow.
Celebrating our 50-year legacy of providing hope, for life.
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I came to Valley Hope when I just couldn’t function anymore. I’d hit bottom. I was depressed, discouraged and confused. The counselors understood how I was feeling. It gave me hope. I had a choice: work the program or go back to my old life. It was up to me.
I was sick in every way possible. Physically, mentally, spiritually, financially and emotionally. I’d run out of options and could feel the walls closing in on me so I called my husband and mother to ask for help. My mom was familiar with Valley Hope so I went there.
NORTON, Kan.—Valley Hope Association President and CEO Pat George released the following statement today in response to President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national public health emergency in response to the growing opioid crisis in the United States: “I applaud President Trump for taking this needed step to help address a critical problem in […]
Recovery is not only possible, but achievable. More than 25 million Americans with a previous substance use disorder (SUD) are in remission and living healthy, productive lives. Valley Hope introduces a new blog series, Your Road to Recovery, dedicated to paving the way for you, your loved ones, patients and employees in their recovery journey. […]
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