Hope Valley Treatment

Where Recovery Begins

Hope Valley’s treatment team uses research-based intervention to educate clients about all aspects of addiction and recovery. As the client learns the facts about this illness, it is our hope that the negative stigma surrounding addiction will be reduced, more people will continue into recovery, and our society will benefit from an overall reduction in substance use and misuse.  The fully licensed staff at Hope Valley utilizes the full spectrum of best practices of motivational interviewing, person-centered and cognitive behavioral therapy, 12-step facilitation, and Relapse prevention planning. Together, these educational and experiential activities help each client build a foundation of skills and knowledge that can make a drug and alcohol-free life a reality.

Men and women sitting in a circle during group therapy, supporting each other.

Case management includes identification of supports and collaboration with needed resources in the development of comprehensive aftercare planning involving access to preventative and primary healthcare including trauma and psychiatric care. Twice monthly, Hope Valley offers a family program which seeks to improve and develop healthy relationships as well as providing education on the family disease model.

Recovery for Men - (336) 386-8511

Monday & Wednesday
7:30 PM
Leave for AA meeting

Saturday
8:00PM
AA Meeting (at Men’s Division)

Sunday
10:00AM
Spiritual Service

Sunday
6:20 PM
NA Meeting (at Men’s Division)

Visitors:
Clients may have visitors between 12:00 PM and 5:00 PM on Saturday and

11:00 AM and 5:00 PM on Sunday. All visitors must be approved by 5:00 PM on Friday afternoon by the client’s counselor. Visitors must check in with residential staff when they arrive at the facility.

Telephone:
Clients may have 2 telephone calls per day up to 15 minutes in length. A payphone is available for clients to use. Clients are not permitted to have cell phones. 

Mail:
Clients may send and receive mail while at the facility.

Smoking:
Smoking is allowed in designated areas outside the buildings. No smoking is allowed in automobiles or inside buildings.

Recreation:
Basketball and walking trails are also available for recreation.
Many of our clients enjoy fishing in the Fisher River which is adjacent to our property.
A TV room is also available to clients.

Accommodations:
Each bedroom has two twin beds, two night stands, two chest of drawers, and a closet.

Laundry:
Laundry services are provided by the facility. Residential staff does laundry for each client twice per week. A schedule for laundry services is provided on admission to our program.

Medications:
All medications must be approved by the Hope Valley physician. This includes over-the-counter medications and nutritional supplements.

What To Bring:
Clients should bring enough clothes for 5-7 days , personal grooming items, and a 28-day supply of medications. We do not provide pillows, but many people prefer to bring their own.

What NOT To Bring:
Clients should not bring cell phones, electronic devices, expensive items (Jewelry, Ipad, etc.). Clients should not bring a large amount of money above the cost of treatment. Hope Valley, Inc. is not responsible for loss of personal Items.

Recovery for woMen - (336) 368-2427

Visitors:
Clients may have visitors between 12:00 PM and 5:00 PM on Saturday and
 
11:00 AM and 5:00 PM on Sunday. All visitors must be approved by 5:00 PM on Friday afternoon by the client’s counselor. Visitors must check in with residential staff when they arrive at the facility.
 
Telephone:
Clients may have 2 telephone calls per day up to 15 minutes in length. A payphone is available for clients to use. Clients are not permitted to have cell phones. 
 
Mail:
Clients may send and receive mail while at the facility.
 
Smoking:
Smoking is allowed in designated areas outside the buildings. No smoking is allowed in automobiles or inside buildings.
 
Recreation:
Basketball and walking trails are also available for recreation.
Many of our clients enjoy fishing in the Fisher River which is adjacent to our property.
A TV room is also available to clients.

Accommodations:
Each bedroom has two twin beds, two night stands, two chest of drawers, and a closet.
 
Laundry:
Laundry services are provided by the facility. Residential staff does laundry for each client twice per week. A schedule for laundry services is provided on admission to our program.

Medications:
All medications must be approved by the Hope Valley physician. This includes over-the-counter medications and nutritional supplements.

What To Bring:
Clients should bring enough clothes for 5-7 days , personal grooming items, and a 28-day supply of medications. We do not provide pillows, but many people prefer to bring their own.
 
What NOT To Bring:
Clients should not bring cell phones, electronic devices, expensive items (Jewelry, Ipad, etc.). Clients should not bring a large amount of money above the cost of treatment. Hope Valley, Inc. is not responsible for loss of personal Items.

Residential services - (828) 324-8767

Hope Valley, Inc. Residential Services program, located in Hickory, NC, is a long-term residential program for men (age 25 or older) with substance abuse problems. We are licensed by the NC Department of Health and Human Services and can have up to 14 residents in the program. The program is staffed by a certified substance abuse counselor and well-trained residential staff. At least one staff member is on duty at all times.

ELIGIBILITY
Applicants should be male, over age 25, able (and willing) to maintain full time employment, have substance abuse problems, be alcohol and/or drug-free at least 7 days prior to admission, agree to participate in all scheduled activities (including 12-step program), and agree to adhere to all program rules and regulations.
 
SERVICES PROVIDED: 
Hope Valley, Inc. provides assistance in securing employment, meals, transportation to work and AA/NA meetings, laundry services, and some medical services. Any other needs a resident might have (court appearances, etc.) will be addressed on an individual basis.

Visitors: Clients may have visitors between 12:00 PM and 5:00 PM on Saturday and

11:00 AM and 5:00 PM on Sunday. All visitors must be approved by 5:00 PM on Friday afternoon by the client’s counselor. Visitors must check in with residential staff when they arrive at the facility.

Telephone: Clients may have 2 telephone calls per day up to 15 minutes in length. A payphone is available for clients to use. Clients are not permitted to have cell phones.

Mail: Clients may send and receive mail while at the facility.

Smoking: Smoking is allowed in designated areas outside the buildings. No smoking is allowed in automobiles or inside buildings.

Recreation: Basketball and walking trails are also available for recreation. Many of our clients enjoy fishing in the Fisher River which is adjacent to our property. A TV room is also available to clients.

Accommodations: Each bedroom has two twin beds, two night stands, two chest of drawers, and a closet.

Laundry: Laundry services are provided by the facility. Residential staff does laundry for each client twice per week. A schedule for laundry services is provided on admission to our program.

Medications: All medications must be approved by the Hope Valley physician. This includes over-the-counter medications and nutritional supplements.

What To Bring: Clients should bring enough clothes for 5-7 days , personal grooming items, and a 28-day supply of medications. We do not provide pillows, but many people prefer to bring their own.

What NOT To Bring: Clients should not bring cell phones, electronic devices, expensive items (Jewelry, Ipad, etc.). Clients should not bring a large amount of money above the cost of treatment. Hope Valley, Inc. is not responsible for loss of personal Items.

family program

Details

Each family member or supportive loved one is encouraged to attend our family program held every other Sunday. Utilizing the Al-Anon and Nar-Anon models as a basis for family therapy our family counselor brings the hope of recovery to the family of the addicted client. Education about alcoholism and addiction is provided and time is allotted for attendees to ask questions and to process concerns about post-treatment issues. 

2019 Family Program Schedule

July 28
August 11
August 25
September 8
September 22
October 6
October 20
November 3
November 17
December 1
December 15
December 29

What is my cost?

Effective March 1st, 2019 the fee for the 28-day treatment program is $4,200.00. This includes all recovery program materials, classes, counseling, room and board and a physical examination by the staff physician. Incidental expenses, including non-standard medical expenses and prescriptions, will be the client’s responsibility. Any insurance cards applicable to prescription drugs should be presented to the admissions personnel upon arrival. 

*We do not accept insurance.


“We are grateful to the Drug and Alcohol Council of Iredell for a grant to Hope Valley that provides funding for four (4) residents of the Town of Mooresville, NC. Please contact us if you or a loved one is interested in this opportuni​ty!”

Anyone requiring or requesting an overstay in treatment will be billed at $150.00 per day.

Payment or guarantee of payment must be arranged prior to admission.​