New location will improve patient treatment, help address city’s opioid epidemic
Valley Hope leaders will join public, business and community officials from across the city in celebrating the opening of Valley Hope’s new Oklahoma City outpatient facility on Oct. 10.
Valley Hope is a nationally certified drug and alcohol addiction treatment organization with 16 residential and outpatient facilities in seven states. Valley Hope has served the state since 1974 and Oklahoma City since 1991. Valley Hope also operates a residential facility in Cushing. The opioid epidemic in Oklahoma was one reason Valley Hope chose a new location for its outpatient facility.
“With the continuing opioid epidemic, we needed a location that better helps our patients with expanded services, longer hours and a more convenient location,” said Executive Vice President Patrick Hall.
Valley Hope of Oklahoma City offers traditional Intensive Outpatient (IOP) treatment, IOP online, family care, continuing care and medication assisted treatment (MAT) if needed.
WHAT: Ceremony and ribbon cutting for the grand opening of the Valley Hope of Oklahoma City outpatient facility.
WHO: Oklahoma Interim Health Commissioner Tom Bates will be joined by Valley Hope leadership team, including Executive Vice President Patrick Hall and Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Ashley Hart with The Growth Coach. In addition, Valley Hope alumni will be available to share their stories of addiction and recovery.
WHEN: 4 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 10.
WHERE: 10707 Broadway Extension, Oklahoma City, Okla. 73114. This is the southwest corner of Hefner Road and Broadway Extension.
NOTES: Those interested in attending can RSVP with Ashley Barcum, marketing development manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.