Valley Hope Addiction Treatment and Recovery Announces the Closure of Chandler and Tempe Treatment Facilities

Jan. 11, 2024 – Valley Hope Addiction Treatment and Recovery today announced the closure of its Arizona facilities, including the residential treatment center in Chandler and outpatient facility in Tempe, effective March 1, and April 5, 2024, respectively.

The decision to exit this market, made after thorough review of various factors, will enable Valley Hope to better optimize its resources to provide high-quality, accessible substance use disorder services to the individuals, families, and communities across its locations in other states.

Valley Hope will no longer be accepting admissions to these facilities but remains committed to supporting patients through completion of their current treatment plans. Impacted employees are being offered severance benefits and there will be opportunities for relocation to other roles within the organization.

“We want to express our deepest gratitude to the communities of Chandler and Tempe for their support for over 35 years,” said Steve Knuth, Valley Hope CEO. “The decision to close these locations was a difficult one and we are genuinely thankful for the relationships we’ve built and the impact we’ve made on the lives of countless individuals and families in Arizona.”

About Valley Hope

Since 1967, Valley Hope Addiction Treatment and Recovery has provided hope and healing to people and families impacted by substance use disorder. With 19 residential and outpatient addiction treatment programs in six states, Valley Hope has helped more than 330,000 individuals overcome addiction and lead successful lives in recovery. Learn more at or on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. For help, call (800) 544-5101.