Join us to celebrate your recovery. Kickoff the evening with fellowship and potluck at 6pm, then at 6:30pm, recognize those celebrating varying lengths of sobriety. Come share your story of recovery success! Please call if you plan to attend.
Valley Hope of Oklahoma City provides affordable, caring outpatient treatment to adults struggling with substance use disorder. Options include traditional Intensive Outpatient (IOP) treatment, IOP online, family care and continuing care.
For patients enrolled in our addiction treatment program, medication assisted treatment may be used when appropriate.
On site IOP is held Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6 to 9 pm at our facility. The sessions include group therapy, family counseling, educational lectures and films, relapse prevention and 12-step work.
Our facility features a spacious lecture hall and coffee shop for alumni and patients to enjoy. Fully licensed and accredited, we accept most forms of insurance and offer flexible self-payment options. For more information and help with the admissions process, please call us Monday through Friday, 1 pm – 10 pm.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK Join us every Thursday evening from 6-7 pm in the Coffee Shop to celebrate recovery. Have some fun, make a few friends and learn best practices in recovery. Contact: Dennis M./Ph: (405) 946-7337 Valley Hope at Oklahoma City, 6110 NW 63rd – Ph: (405) 946-7337 TULSA, OK Every Thursday evening at 6 pm,
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