Valley Hospital is an alcohol and drug addiction treatment facility that is located at 3550 E Pinchot Ave in Phoenix, Arizona. Treating substance abuse involves multiple stages of treatment through a recovery program such as that offered by Valley Hospital. This can include group counseling, individual counseling, outpatient treatment, inpatient treatment, and medically assisted detox, among many others. Treatment programs are based on the individual themselves and are constructed to suit each patient individually. Just as every person is unique, so should treatment programs and that is exactly what patients will receive at Valley Hospital.
If addicts do not obtain the right type of support and guidance, they may find treatment to be very difficult as the thought of sobriety can seem so far-fetched. At Valley Hospital, professional counseling and guidance are provided to all patients aged 18+, giving them the strength needed in order to obtain a life that is free of drug and alcohol addiction. By altering the patient's outlook on life through addiction treatment, they will be able to stay positive throughout the duration of rehab.
The staff members at Valley Hospital have a mission and that is to give patients effective and quality addiction treatment so that long-lasting sobriety can be obtained. The path to a positive future starts on a positive foot and that begins at Valley Hospital. Confronting addiction is a difficult thing to do, but it is the most important step in the recovery process. Through professional counseling during the patient's time in treatment, patients will learn coping skills and trigger management which is imperative to the success of maintaining sobriety.
Maintaining sobriety on one's own is extremely difficult, especially when the addict has tried to go 'cold turkey' on their own. This is because it requires medically-assisted detox in order to properly and safely wean the body off of the substance of abuse. This way the body does not go through sudden withdrawal nor experience harsh side effects. Valley Hospital can provide patients with all of the necessary tools, treatments, and resources so that patients have every opportunity to succeed in recovery.
Getting treatment is the best option when seeking a life that is free of substance abuse. Get the help required now and start living the best life possible. Contact Valley Hospital by visiting www.valleyhospital-phoenix.com now.
I stayed at Valley Hospital recently. People need to realize this isn’t the hotel Marriott! You are there to detox and get help for psychiatric care. As a Veteran I must say the Freedom Care Unit was amazing. The respect was nice and almost all of the staff there were very respectful. Only problem I had was a staff member there named Darrin I believe, was wearing a Black Panther Party t-shirt and strutting around like he was so proud of a racist organization. No staff should wear any propaganda/racist shirts to a work place especially one with people who need help. Dr. Segal was a very good doctor. I’m out and struggling with Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome, but I will follow up with the VA. If you are a Veteran, Police, or EMS you won’t be disappointed if you need a place to go for help. Oh one last thing Valley Hospital please get your patients outside sometimes... especially us with depression. No sunlight isn’t a good thing.
My experience here was through the Women's Program. Which, was offered to me as an Outpatient, was wonderful! I learned a great deal about how to help myself in a healthy manner. To be able to have strength in times of weakness, by first being able to recognize my weakness and choosing a better way to handle it than I had been doing in the past; in order to break the unhealthy cycle which was keeping me in dysfunctional behavior patterns. Tina, was the Group Therapist, she comes highly recommended. She made me feel safe and accepted in the Group.
This is an amazing place. If you have depression anxiety or addictions this is the place to go. They will definitely help you. They saved my life. Thank you.