Tempe Valley Hope is an outpatient drug and alcohol treatment program under the Valley Hope Association, an expansive non-profit organization founded in 1967. Located in the Rio Sureno Medical Plaza in Tempe, Arizona, the facility provides affordable treatment for addiction. Though many other Valley Hope locations do, the Tempe facility does not offer residential treatment.
Treatment and Staff
The six-week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) offers both morning and evening time slots to accommodate a range of schedules and the basic outpatient track gives the option of attending treatment online. All plans are individualized but typically include a combination of group and individual therapy using evidence-based modalities such as Motivational Interviewing (MI) and CBT. Those further along in their recovery are offered weekly relapse prevention groups. All clients are also expected to attend regular 12-step meetings outside of treatment hours, however the facility hosts a weekly on-site meeting for clients, alumni and friends. Medication-assisted treatment is also available if necessary.
The staff at Tempe Valley Hope consists of LASACs and Master’s-level counselors.
The facility has a special renewal night meeting every month to celebrate its alumni’s significant milestones in sobriety.
Overall, Tempe Valley Hope is a relatively straight-forward outpatient program. Though clients can expect plenty of 12-step integration, treatment relies on mostly evidence-based methods. For residents of the Greater Phoenix area, Tempe Valley Hope provides a solid foundation for recovery while also building support in the local sober community.
Tempe Valley Hope
2115 E Southern Ave
Tempe, AZ 85282
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