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Valley Hope of Parker/Denver

We are steadfast in our belief and dedicated to the idea that recovery is possible. With our help, people struggling with addiction can once again become the people they were meant to be.

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Outpatient Treatment @ Valley Hope of Denver

Class

Health Care 

Beneficiaries

Adults
Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers
Females
Males
Unemployed, Underemployed

Description

Continuing Care sessions are weekly sessions conducted at Valley Hope of Denver, located in the Denver Tech Center. The weekly, open-process, group therapy sessions, facilitated by a licensed addiction counselor, offer regular support while the person is re-entering daily life. The sessions concentrate on skills to prevent relapse, help with relational skills, tools for managing stress, anxiety and/or anger and understanding the dynamics of family, recognizing and addressing personal triggers and dealing with temptations.

Continuing Care groups provide a dependable support system where understanding and encouragement are assured. Continuing Care is designed to provide the transition to help patients bridge what came before and what lies ahead.

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Evidence of Program's Success

Valley Hope has always been focused on connecting patients for the long-term, to improve the foundation for long-term recovery. Data from fiscal year ending June 30, 2018 indicates patients discharged from Valley Hope treatment episodes lasting more than 6 weeks (IOP/Continuing Care), report an increase in successful outcomes. 81% of those individuals, for whom we have information, report they are in recovery after one year post-discharge.

Residential Treatment @ Valley Hope of Parker

Class

Health Care 

Beneficiaries

Adults
Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers
Females
Males
Unemployed, Underemployed

Description

Residential Care consists of 40+ hours of therapy per week; individual counseling; milieu therapy; group therapy; family therapy; non-denominational pastoral sessions; 12-Step orientation education; wellness activities; individual appointments with a physician or psychiatrist; personal time for reflection, reading and treatment assignments; and for some, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is available.

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Evidence of Program's Success

Data from fiscal year ending June 30, 2018 indicates patients discharged from Valley Hope treatment episodes lasting more than 24 days of residential treatment, report an increase in successful outcomes. 79% of those individuals, for whom we have information, report they are in recovery after one year post-discharge.

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