After your hard work in Valley Hope treatment, you are indelibly changed. You have shared, sympathized, empathized and participated in treatment. You realize how different the experience has made you. Your experience matters! Your story and support can help the next person on their recovery journey. The Hope Builder Club is where lifelong relationships with Valley Hope continue.
TPAS is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting professionals who provide alumni and other continuing care services to people in recovery from addiction. TPAS recognizes Alumni Programs and all Recovery Support Services as vital components of the continuum of care for people in recovery from addiction. TPAS advocates for professionals working in this field by providing them with resources, education and networking opportunities that support their professional and personal transformation.
Valley Hope is committed to providing the best Substance Use Disorder treatment available. To that end, we participate in The Joint Commission accreditation process at all of our treatment locations. The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit organization that accredits and certifies nearly 21,000 healthcare organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation is an internationally recognized symbol of quality and reflect’s Valley Hope’s commitment to excellence in providing safe, high-quality healthcare.
You can learn more about The Joint Commission and their organization on The Joint Commission website.
To view a full list of the Valley Hope accredited locations visit the Quality Check website.