Valley Hope Association

Providing Alcohol, Drug and Related Treatment Services Since 1967


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Valley Hope Celebrates Anniversary and Re-dedication at Grapevine Addiction Treatment Center

Valley Hope Celebrates Anniversary and Re-dedication at Grapevine Addiction Treatment Center

Center provided services to almost 8,000 people in past five years  MAY 3, 2016, GRAPEVINE, TX. –Valley Hope hosted an anniversary and re-dedication ceremony at the...

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Data Security Event

Data Security Event

Valley Hope Association is notifying affected individuals of a data security event that may have affected the security of some of their information. We are unaware of any attempted or actual misuse of information relating to this data security event. We are providing notification of this incident to affected individuals so that they may take steps to protect their information should they feel it is appropriate to do so.

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Valley Hope of Parker CO. Receives Grant

Valley Hope of Parker CO. Receives Grant

Valley Hope Association announced today that it has received a $50,000 Daniels Fund grant to support its Parker Valley Hope and AC/ESS substance use disorder treatment programs.

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Valley Hope Association Taps Walz Tetrick

Valley Hope Association Taps Walz Tetrick

After a comprehensive agency review, Valley Hope Association, one of America’s premier treatment programs for substance use disorder, has engaged Walz Tetrick advertising to help…

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7 Signs Your Loved One Has Relapsed

7 Signs Your Loved One Has Relapsed

When a loved one relapses it usually isn’t out of nowhere, most of the time there are warning signs that there is a risk of relapse occurring. If the addict/alcoholic or their loved ones are able spot these warning signs of relapse then they may be able to prevent a relapse from ever occurring. When referring to addicts and alcoholics in recovery relapse is referred to as the process of that person going back to using drugs or alcohol. Signs of a relapse…

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Why Intensive Outpatient is Suggested After Inpatient Treatment

Why Intensive Outpatient is Suggested After Inpatient Treatment

The decision engage in substance use disorder treatment is a major life commitment as well as a substantial commitment of one’s time and money. The effective combination of therapy, coping skills training and essential medical services that are received during treatment is invaluable in helping one addicted to substances fully address and overcome their addiction.

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