Valley Hope of Oklahoma City
Valley Hope of Oklahoma City
About Our Treatment Center
Valley Hope of Oklahoma City enables you to receive high quality, intensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment while continuing to live at home and maintain your family responsibilities and work schedule. Our outpatient program also serves as a vital steppingstone during the transition from inpatient treatment to everyday life in recovery. Located at Broadway Extension and Hefner Road in OKC, Valley Hope’s Oklahoma outpatient program helps you transition into sober life successfully and minimize the chance of relapse.
Our services include intensive outpatient treatment (IOP), continuing care, family treatment, individual therapy and recovery support. Our outpatient treatment approach blends 12-Step philosophy with innovative clinical methods to treat alcohol and drug addiction effectively and support you on the path to a healthy, productive life in recovery.
- Convenient OKC location off Broadway Extension and Hefner Road
- Intensive Outpatient Program, Six weeks, MWF Schedule
- Continuing Care, one hour, one day per week, Tuesday or Thursday
- Master’s Level Licensed Clinicians
- Individual and Family sessions available to all patients
- Individualized Treatment Plans
- Evidenced based approaches such as Cognitive Based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Person Centered
- Family Care
- Relapse Prevention
- Coordination of Care
- Onsite Free Monthly Alumni Recovery Group
Meet Your Team
Program Director and Clinician, Melissa Rios
Melissa Rios, Program Director
Provide an Overview of Programming
Valley Hope of Oklahoma City offers Intensive Outpatient Program which consists of group therapy, education and individual therapy. This programming is every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6pm to 9pm and is a total of 6 weeks. Friday nights are Family Night where we encourage loved ones to attend session and participate in order to be supportive or learn more about addiction as a disease.
Valley Hope of Oklahoma City also offers Continuing Care Programming on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7pm to 8pm. This outpatient level of care allows for a one hour a week group therapy that meets for recovery accountability and support.
Why is Family engagement necessary in treatment and recovery?
Addiction is a Family Disease. Addiction does not just affect the individual who is drinking and/or using, it affects everyone around them. We are more apt to succeed in recovery when our loved ones are succeeding with us. Addiction as a disease is hard to understand. Most of the time people believe it is a choice or a moral failure, when in fact it is a chronic brain disease. Engaging in treatment can help provide the education needed to sustain long term recovery.
Talk about compassionate care. What does “loving the patient back to health” mean both figuratively and clinically?
People often walk through our doors sometimes so broken and hopeless that they just do not know what to do anymore. We simply love them until they can learn to love themselves. We work tirelessly to help individuals understand and grasp their own self-worth. Our job is to empower individuals to take action in their lives and find their purpose. Our hope is always that individuals remain sober and then pass along their own experience, strength and hope to other struggling alcoholics and addicts.
“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