Valley Hope Addiction Treatment and Recovery
For almost fifty years, Valley Hope has walked alongside Oklahomans recovering from substance addiction. With a strong tradition of compassionate, patient-centered care, they look forward to serving the community for many years to come.
Affordable, Accessible Treatment
Valley Hope’s goal is to make recovery available to everyone, including people in rural areas and clients with limited funds. “The reason we opened most of our locations is because people in the community expressed a need,” says Dana Kerney, Senior Vice President of Business Development.
Founded in rural Kansas, Valley Hope has served Oklahoma since 1974, when it opened an inpatient facility in Cushing on the grounds of a historic country estate. It also has a long- running intensive outpatient program in Oklahoma City. Clients attend three hours per evening, three nights a week, allowing them to keep working. Telehealth options are available for outpatients who can’t come in person.
Valley Hope is a nonprofit and works with all major insurance providers, as well as offering many scholarships. “We don’t want finances to ever be a barrier,” says Dana.
A Lifetime of Recovery
It takes more than a few weeks of inpatient treatment to reverse years of addiction. With structured outpatient care and a very active alumni program, Valley Hope serves clients far beyond graduation. “Once you’re part of the Valley Hope family, you’re part of it for a lifetime,” says Dana.
Valley Hope also works hard to educate the community about substance abuse and resources for recovery. With addictions on the rise, these services are needed now more than ever. “There are millions of people in lifelong recovery,” says Dana. “Hope is available. Recovery is available, and it’s possible.”
Valley Hope OKC is located at 2816 NW 58th St #103 in Oklahoma City, 100 S. Jones Avenue in Cushing, and online at valleyhope.org.