"People like me are powerless over alcohol, and if we could out-think it, out-run it, out-spend it, we could beat it, but we can't by ourselves.”
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.
Celebrating our 50-year legacy of providing hope, for life.
Suicide. It’s a subject that no one likes to talk about. Yet suicide is a reality, especially for those struggling with addiction and/or mental illness. Data shows that suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the Unites States, which means approximately 44,965 Americans die by suicide each year. Why? Who are these individuals? […]
Addiction is a family disease. It can damage and destroy even the strongest of families. Recovery is equally powerful. It transforms families, providing hope and healing that can repair and strengthen even the most broken of family ties.
Valley Hope launched its first ever mobile website on July 1. The mobile site will give users faster access to Valley Hope information and resources, as well as allow the organization to be more responsive to recent changes in web search. To access the mobile site, go to ValleyHope.org from your cell phone or other […]
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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