Located at 501 N Washington St in Chandler, Arizona, Valley Hope of Chandler has helped thousands find hope through recovery. Our 55 bed residential facility can be contacted at any time by calling (480) 899-3335.
Valley Hope offers both residential and outpatient addiction treatment services in Arizona. We also offer online therapy as part of our continuum of care to support you or your loved one on the path to recovery. For more information, you may reach out to us using the form below, call us toll free at 1-800-544-5101 or contact our locations in Chandler or Tempe. We’re always here to answer your questions and to help you find hope for a brighter future.
Thursdays at Valley Hope at Tempe are for our alumni and friends! Our Renewal Night is the last Thursday of the month. After patients who receive their one-year medallion share their experience strength and hope, a speaker shares for approximately 20 minutes and then the meeting is open for other members to share. The meeting
Valley Hope at Chandler invites ALL alumni to come and share their experience, strength and hope with the current patients and celebrate the gift of Recovery. We start with Brunch at 10:00 am at which time staff, current patients, and alumni can share and catch up with one another. A GREAT TIME OF FOOD AND
CHANDLER, AZ Join us weekly in the dining hall for a great meeting every Tuesday night from 7:15-8:15 pm. This is not an open community meeting. It is for alumni and guests. The focus of the meeting is to be of service to the current patient group. TEMPE, AZ Weekly meetings held at Valley
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