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Addiction is a chronic disease that can be treated and managed like other chronic illnesses so that your patients can live a life without the destructive effects of alcohol or drugs. When treating a patient with suspected substance use disorder (SUD), it helps to have an expert on your team. At Valley Hope, we’re always ready to assist you. No patient identifying information is required. Our medical staff is happy to help place your patient in care or make a referral. If you are a physician or nurse, we offer free doctor-to-doctor consultation.
Our multidisciplinary care team includes board-certified physicians, psychiatrists, certified addictions registered nurses, certified addictions counselors and licensed alcohol/drug counselors. All are dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for your patients.
To ensure continuity of care, two registered nurses are on duty 24/7 at all residential facilities and doctors are on site daily. We offer a comprehensive continuum of care including detox, residential and outpatient services, plus Virtual Programs. In addition, we provide counseling and therapy for families impacted by substance abuse and addiction.
Patients with substance abuse problems are often reluctant to ask for help. An empathetic approach can put their fears at rest and encourage them to get the treatment they need.
For more information, visit the American Society of Addiction Medicine website.
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