Chemical Dependency

At Valle Vista Health System, we believe chemical dependency is a disease which affects not only the individual but also family and friends. Recovery is a process that begins with acceptance and understanding of the disease. The level of intensity and duration of chemical dependency treatment is designed to flow on a continuum based on patients need. The goal of the rehabilitation program is to help patients develop an understanding and a desire for a healthier lifestyle free from chemical and self-destructive behaviors.

Expert Chemical Dependency Treatment

The ultimate goal of treatment is to minimize the possibility of relapse and maximize each patient’s ability to live without the use of addicting drugs. Individualized treatment modalities include:

    • Assessment
    • Medical detoxification
    • Opiate Withdrawal Symptom Management
    • Medical Evaluations
    • Individual and group therapy
    • Education
    • Introduction to community support programs
    • Medication management
    • Discharge planning

Levels of Care

Valle Vista hospital offers all levels of care to help maintain a life of recovery and hope. From our inpatient services to our chemical dependency intensive outpatient program, our treatment team is there to assist you every step of the way.

Environment of Care

Your care is provided on a physically dedicated, separate unit where you can focus on healing and sobriety. Our patient rooms offer a peaceful surrounding to give you a place of respite. You can visit the hospital’s many courtyards, cafeteria, and dayroom to meet with others who are on the path to sobriety.

Access to Care

The hospital offers no cost, confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you or a loved one needs help please call 800-447-1348.

Help is Just a Phone Call Away

We cannot offer diagnosis, counseling or recommendations online, but an Assessment and Referral specialist is available 24 hours/7 days a week, free of charge at 800.447.1348. If you are currently experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
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