Valley Hope - Parker

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22422 E. Main Street
Parker, CO 80134
3038417857 Visit Website

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  • Insurance is Accepted
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Founded in 1989, Parker Valley Hope offers residential drug and alcohol addiction treatment for men and women. The facility takes a 12-step approach to recovery, and combines AA’s principles with psycho-educational and small-group counseling to give each client a solid foundation for long-lasting sobriety. Family support and education is also provided, as is a plan for continued care long after treatment is complete.

Valley Hope - Parker Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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Joel

I am fortunate to have walked through the doors and stay for 28 days of treatment. I have learned a lot about myself and my addiction. I believe their program is beneficial to those of us truly seekin...

K.B.

Some of the nurses were AMAZING!! Sadly, the doctors were deprecating and rude. The experience was much like being thrown back into high school and many people were bullied and it set them back. It br...

Taylor

I had a loved one come to this place and it ruined him more than help him. The staff was unprofessional and sometimes manipulative at some points. My loved one ended up discharging with several other ...

CR

I wish I could give a good review, but unfortunately I can not. My daughter was a client there and after spending $10,500.00 for a 30 day program the only thing she got was, more connections to buy th...

Joe

I have been to many treatment centers- and After pvh it stuck!! I have 5 years continuous sobriety and I refer people from all over the us to here. Highly recommended and great staff and environment. ...

Cy

My Grandson left Valley Hope Wednesday afternoon and my Daughter found him dead in his bedroom Friday morning of a heroin overdose. We are devastated! We hoped for the best and got the worst. We (fami...

BS

Unqualified admins Fairly clean but pretty run down Mostly worried about money not patient Staff is mostly ok, one sucked and had no idea about What or how to act toward addicts and Admin Amy useles...

Ao

Dank, dirty, disorganized, unprofessional.

NRH

I really cannot believe all of the negative comments I have read here. I was an inpatient at PVH in 2006 and 2007. I remained sober for about a year after my time there in 2006 but it was in 2007 that...

CC

I agree with NH actually I had somethings to add. I had hoped by Now Parker Valley in Colorado would have made some must needed changes starting with their lack of knowledge on certain narcotic addic...

Anonymous

They are there for you. Many classes for you and family. Caring community No weaknesses Facility is very clean. They are there for you and your family. Many recommendation for your situation. V...

John

If you want to send your loved one to a frat house w/ coed dorms, be my guest. This place lacks contextual awareness. They expect people who\'s brain chemistry is off to be rational. I broke up two fi...

Tom

Chaos

Anonymous

Kind, respectful staff. Close to my home Encouraged moving immediately to a 12 Step program which she is currently heavily involved in.

Anonymous

Easily accessible for us. Everyone was super friendly. I felt they treated everyone with respect which is important. Often times the one with the addiction is talked down to.

DKC

The people really cared for families and patients. Not very confrontative with addressing other contributing factors. Strengths: Availability, aftercare program, continuity with local support. Weaknes...

NH

Staff provides very inconsistent information with no accountability, The lack of professionalism that was displayed numerous times by a staff member not treating me with respect. I tried meeting with...

RNB

The meals were good. Breakfast was definitely the best meal. Unfortunately there wasn\'t one day you could sleep in; you had to be up by 7 everyday. Not all, but most of the staff was very unprofessio...

Rebecca

Rehab gives you a medically safe way to detox and exposure to 12 step programs. There was good food and a structured environment. However, a downfall was co-ed sleeping arrangements.

DN

I financed my sisters entire stay. Too expensive.

Lori

Patients are treated with respect. The meals are very nutritious. Patients are allowed to leave 3 hrs per day once they have been moved from the nursing station to the dorms. The counseling and nur...

Anonymous

The same old, same old treatments/therapies are tired and out-dated and that's what (my husband) got there. In the aftermath, I organized and made sure he paid what he owed, over and above what insura...

Lg

The staff is very mean and aloof....They only have 2 doctors, neither of whom can remember patients because they're so slammed...The patients act like high schoolers. Therapeutic, no.


Areas of Focus
Individual Therapy

This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.

Family Program

Research shows that the odds of successful, sustained recovery from addiction are far higher when family members and loved ones are involved in treatment. Drug and alcohol addiction often have genetic roots, whether related to substance abuse, mental illness or both. Family dynamics also play a role and, often, family members are the first to realize a loved one has developed an addiction. Also, it’s important for family members to understand and embrace the lifestyle changes that are required to sustain recovery.

Key Staff Members
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    Donna - Community Services Clinician

    Donna is the Community Services Clinician for Valley Hope’s Colorado continuum for alcohol, drug and related treatment services. Donna’s pilgrimage with Valley Hope began in 1999. She is a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Addictions Counselor level III.