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Aftercare Services

designed to assist transition to everyday life

The care we provide here at Valley Recovery Center doesn’t stop when your treatment program ends. We offer a number of aftercare services to those who’ve completed one of our programs. These services are designed to assist those in recovery as they get back to everyday life and face the challenges that come with maintaining sobriety. This support is a crucial part of staying sober, especially in the early stages of recovery. And just like our residential treatment programs, our aftercare services take into account each individual’s personal history and needs.

develop  life skills and coping strategies

We provide aftercare services not because we expect people to return to addiction, but because we know that support and care are absolutely the best tools to encourage addicts in their sobriety. They can continue to grow personally and develop the life skills and coping strategies they learned during treatment. Studies show that the more time an addict spends being treated, the more likely they are to maintain lasting recovery.

CUSTOMIZED TREATMENT PLAN FOR YOUR RECOVERY

Valley Recovery Center offers evening outpatient treatment, day patient treatment, extended care, sober living, and other general aftercare services. Each of these programs is provided with the same care and devotion we give to our residential patients, and they take place in a positive, supportive environment. Our treatment is always tailored to the patient’s specific needs and personal history.

If you think you are ready to make Valley Recovery Center the right solution for you, have one of our specialists contact you today.
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