Omaha Valley Hope’s treatment facility has been serving the local community of Omaha, Nebraska since 2006. It’s part of the larger Valley Hope Association, that’s been around since 1967 and offers a variety of alcohol and drug treatment programs across the nation. Omaha Valley prides itself on providing affordable and caring treatment, and it has both an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) as well as a once-a-week continuing care program.
Treatment and Staff
There are two options for treatment: the first is the aforementioned IOP which meets three times a week for three hours and mixes individual counseling sessions, educational lectures and small groups in a comfortable setting. Group therapy usually consists of about 25 people at a time, with all curriculum rooted in the 12 steps. Group topics include relapse prevention, family communication, behavioral triggers and emotional processing; each client is also assigned an individual counselor to meet with once a week.
The continuing care program is for those who still need structure and support but have already achieved a considerable amount of time sober. In this second track, clients come in once a week for both individual and group sessions. These sessions are held at nine different times in order to accommodate a variety of schedules, and to help build a strong sober community amongst clients new and old.
The staff at Omaha Valley Hope is made up of four main counselors with a variety of qualifications and backgrounds, and range from LSWs to MFTs. Referrals to local physicians are also available, and with their guidance, detox drugs like Suboxone can be prescribed. Omaha Valley Hope is strictly a drug and alcohol treatment program, and does not offer dual diagnosis support or counseling for mental health issues and other disorders.
Upon entry at Omaha Valley Hope, new clients will have to undergo a $135 evaluation to determine the correct treatment plan for them. While it does accept insurance, it does offer discounts and loan agreements for those paying out of pocket. For clients able to pay up front, the program will run $2,500 for 45 days; for those needing a loan, the price goes up to $3,800.
Overall, Omaha Valley Hope offers basic 12-step treatment at an affordable price in an area that needs it. Though the Omaha clinic is somewhat new, the Valley Hope Association has been a part of the recovery community for long enough to be a reputable brand. Omaha’s lack of inpatient won’t serve everyone, but those seeking outpatient help will likely do well here.
Omaha Valley Hope
7703 Serum Ave
Omaha, NE 68127
Omaha Valley Hope Cost: $1,666 (30 days adjusted; $2,500 for 45 days, paid up front). Reach Omaha Valley Hope by phone at (402) 991-8824. Find Omaha Valley Hope on Facebook
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