Valley Hope of O’Neill has provided effective, affordable treatment for substance use disorder since 1977 and is located at 1421 N. 10th St. in O’Neill Nebraska. Contact us now at (402) 336-0008. Get help. Find hope.
Valley Hope offers both residential and outpatient addiction treatment services in the state of Nebraska. We also offer online therapy as part of our continuum of care to support you or your loved one on the path to recovery. For more information, you may reach out to us using the form below, call us toll free at 1-800-544-5101 or contact our locations in Omaha or O’Neill. We’re always here to answer your questions and to help you find hope for a brighter future.
Omaha Renewal will start at 6 pm. There will medallions, a speaker, and celebration cake. We will start with the serenity prayer, introductions, and celebration of various lengths of sobriety. We ask alumni to share their experience strength and hope to others. This is a great place to re-connect and meet new friends! Come be
Renewal Day, the first Friday of the month at Valley Hope at O’Neill has grown to be an inspiring event. Events start Thursday night for those that will be in O’Neill with guest attendance at the 6:30 pm Continuing Care group. Lots of people start their Friday by attending Chapel services at 7:40 am and
Omaha, NE Tuesdays at 7:00 pm at Valley Hope at Omaha, 7703 Serum Ave., Ralston, NE 68127. The meeting is open to alumni and friends, celebrating recovery and sharing their experience, strength, and hope. Speaker meeting is the first Tuesday of every month, so come join us! For more information, call Valley Hope at Omaha
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