Valley Hope unveils new website and logo to educate communities about addiction treatment services and successes.
Norton, KS. Valley Hope, which operates 16 addiction treatment centers in seven states, has launched a new website to raise awareness of its comprehensive services and facilitate easier access for those seeking help.
“For nearly 50 years, Valley Hope has welcomed patients from all walks of life,” says Pat George, President and CEO. “We understand the vital role Valley Hope plays in restoring the lives of those caught in the valley of addiction.”
The new website, now live at valleyhope.org, not only provides information for individuals struggling with substance use disorders, but also helps families, physicians and employers recognize the signs of addiction and the options for treatment. In addition, the site provides a wealth of information about insurance and admission. Visitors can also read inspirational stories written by Valley Hope alumni about their struggles with addiction and their journey to recovery.
“Valley Hope has always been one of America’s best kept secrets,” George continues, “and our new marketing efforts are going to help us change that. As long as there is one person struggling with a substance use disorder, one family torn apart by addiction, there’s more work to be done.”
In association with the website, Valley Hope has unveiled a new logo, which is intended to reinforce the organization’s position as a progressive, results-driven treatment facility. Sarah Hansen, Valley Hope Director of Business Development worked with Walz Tetrick Advertising on the new logo and website. She says the logo represents compassion and hope for patients and families who are suffering from the devastating effects of substance use disorder. “Like our original logo, the new design is based on the classic V-Chart depicting the valley of addiction,” said Hansen. “The left side uses lines of cool, dark colors to represent the complex descent into addiction. The right side of the V employs bright colors to depict the many facets of treatment and support on the path to recovery. “Surrounding it all is a gold circle, representing the important role Valley Hope plays in helping patients becoming whole once again.”
For more information, contact Sarah Hansen, Director of Business Development, at 785-202-1158 or [email protected].
The Valley Hope is a nationally recognized, nonprofit organization dedicated to providing quality substance use disorder treatment services at an affordable price. Valley Hope now operates treatment facilities in seven states– Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas.
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