Valley Hope of Parker
Valley Hope of Parker
About Our Treatment Center
Since 1989, Valley Hope’s Colorado residential treatment center located in the Denver suburb of Parker has provided life-changing SUD treatment in a comfortable country setting.
Our continuum of care includes medically-monitored detox and withdrawal management, residential addiction treatment and family counseling. Our treatment and recovery experts customize a comprehensive treatment plan for each patient that addresses physical, mental, spiritual and emotional health needs. Each treatment team works hand in hand, side by side with patients and families to heal from addiction and reclaim their lives through recovery.
- Close proximity to Denver International Airport
- On-site medical detox and MAT therapy options
- Utilizes milieu therapy, group therapy, individual and family therapy
- Our counselors, chaplains, physicians, nurses and psychologists work together to meet the physical, mental, social and spiritual needs of each individual
- Patients receive more than 40 hours per week of individual counseling, 12-step sessions and group therapy
- Facilitates patient introduction and involvement in 12-step meetings
- Discharge planning and return to work assistance
- Outdoor and indoor recreational activities
- Family Care
- Outdoor sand volleyball court
- Basketball court
- Chef and dietician prepared meals
- Scenic walking and running trails
Meet Your Team
Business Manager, Chris Kelln
Dale Lee, Chaplain
What makes Valley Hope unique?
The staff members are willing to go the extra mile. Not just for patients but for one another.
How has your experience at Valley Hope affected you personally?
Given me renewed purpose and meaning in my life.
What is your favorite step?
Step 11 because it emphasizes prayer and meditation which is key to developing a healthy spiritual life.
Why does Valley Hope encourage patients to engage in a 12 step program?
It requires introspection and learning about yourself.
Describe a recovery story that has moved you.
One that comes to mind, someone who through his own conscious actions alienated himself from wife and children. They were the most important people in his life and he let them go.
When he came into treatment, he rebuilt these relationships and renewed his connection with his wife and children. He began to lead a vital and happy life.
How do chaplains work with patients?
First, listen and hear the patient's story and discover what they value and believe. The chaplain helps them find a way to use these values and beliefs to help them live clean and sober.
Why is spirituality essential to recovery?
We need to tap into some power, energy, force which is beyond what we are aware of. It may not be “out there” and can be in here (pointing to his chest). We have to step into that power and connect with it because it is our disconnection from that power that has led us to live in a destructive and unfulfilling life.
“Valley Hope saved my life. They know what they are doing, and they really care.” - Sammie, Valley Hope Alumna
“I can't explain to you the people the staff. The experiences. The things I let go of. The people I still stay in contact with til this day. Valley Hope changed my entire aspect of life after my addiction completely blinding me of it. I would refer anyone I know to this place, and have been back multiple times to see it.” -Brittany, Valley Hope Alumna
“I highly recommend Valley Hope to anyone that's trying to stop drinking alcohol and doing drugs. All are welcomed here. I now have four years of sobriety. Thanks for helping me get my life back, your staff was kind and loving. They showed me how I can live sober and free.” – Miguel, Valley Hope Alumnus