Each holiday season, people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction delay seeking help. Often, the reasoning used for pushing aside treatment stems from not wanting to leave family during the holidays or “missing out” on the festivities. The truth is, delaying treatment is a dangerous reflex and most families would prefer their loved one receive […]
Recovery music can inspire and motivate us on the road to sobriety. Many musicians have produced songs inspired by their own addiction and recovery experience. Whether the song represents their own sobriety story or as a loved one supporting a family member’s recovery, there are hundreds of songs that explore addiction and recovery. Here are […]
Valley Hope President and CEO Dan McCormick joins National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers Board. DENVER (September 5, 2019) — The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) recently appointed Dan McCormick, an executive with Valley Hope, to its board of directors. McCormick has built a 35-year career in the health care industry and currently […]
Getting high. That’s all I thought about until I was so high everything just faded away. It got so bad the father of my kids locked me out of our house.
My addiction left me feeling alone. I thought there was nobody to talk to when there really was. I lost control over myself and realized that I needed help. Valley Hope showed me that I wasn’t alone.
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