There are many questions that you may have about treatment or the facility. Our team is ready to answer any and all questions or concerns that you may have during this overwhelming and confusing stage in your life. Read below some frequently asked questions about the program and treatment options:

  1. What is my first step?
  2. How do I start treatment?
  3. What does Valley Recovery Center treat?
  4. Is detox required for treatment?
  5. What is the cost of treatment?
  6. How long does treatment take? How long do I have to be in the facility?
  7. Are there different levels of treatment?
  8. What happens after treatment?


  1. What is my first step?

The first step to recovery is often the toughest, but one that is straight forward. By reading this, you or your loved one is already thinking about your best needs. The second step would be to contact us. You can call or email us to speak with one of our experts, who will guide you through the set up process to determine the type of treatment that is appropriate for you. An expert can meet with you in person to learn more about your needs and situation.

  1. How do I start treatment?

You can start treatment as soon as your insurance information and paperwork gets approved. This can take a few days or up to two weeks. During this process we will be touching base with you to gather any additional paperwork or information that is needed to finalize the intake process.

  1. What does Valley Recovery Center treat?

Valley Recovery Center treats addiction to gambling, drinking and drugs. We offer detoxification, rehabilitation, and intervention programs to address those issues. Our pledge is to provide you with top level service at every step of the way that is tailored to your specific needs.

  1. Is detox required for treatment?

Yes, as a first step in the recovery process. It is important that we address the toxins in your body in a healthy way so that your mind and body are ready for recovery.

  1. What is the cost of treatment?

Call to speak to one of our intake specialists on pricing as each program differs depending on the extent of treatment required. Payments are accepted through insurance or other forms that can be discussed with an intake specialist.

  1. How long does treatment take? How long do I have to be in the facility?

Each individual has their own program that is customized depending on the needs and assessment of treatment. Typically, you can select to stay for 30, 60, or 90 days, often longer if it is determined that will be the best course of action for you.

  1. Are there different levels of treatment?

We have different levels of treatment depending on your specific needs. With length of treatment, are also the levels of treatment. Some residents require more hands on support and care in order to facilitate the recovery process, and others less. However, regardless of your situation, we will always undergo a thorough assessment of your needs to better understand the type of program and treatment that suits you the best.

  1. What happens after treatment?

We will be here for you to support you during the recovery process and after treatment. Doing it alone is often hard, but with a dedicated support staff and experts that truly care, you will not be doing this by yourself. We are building a community of leaders and changers, and a support system for after your stay with us is over so that way you can integrate back into the community with a sense of purpose and new found skills.

Treatment is a choice that you must decide to take. Each program and activity at Valley Recovery Center is geared to maximize the opportunity for your success. We want to see you succeed both in the program and after you successfully graduate.


After assessment it is determined that rehabilitation is right for you, a detox process will begin upon entering the facility. After detox, the cleansing process will begin, your body will rid the toxins to give you ready for the recovery process. The detox process is the first step in recovery, and often while it is challenging, it is equally as rewarding. Getting your body in better shape to start the recovery process is a wonderful achievement, and we take pride in our patients who undergo this journey to heal the body from the negative effects of addiction.


The detox process will vary for many people, also the factors that affect the process are the nature and intensity of addiction and abuse. Withdrawal symptoms will occur, and most will peak during the first few days after a ceasing using a substance. Professional medical assistance will be there to help you during the detox phase to ensure a safe and steady process.


For low-level dependencies, withdrawal symptoms will include:

  • Nausea
  • Shakes
  • Night sweats
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Nightmares
  • Anxiety
  • Rapid heart beat
  • Increased blood pressure


For high dependencies, withdrawal symptoms can include:

  • Convulsions
  • Hallucinations
  • Seizures
  • Muscle tremors
  • Blackouts
  • Profound confusion
  • Death


Without close, professional supervision, the detox process can present its own set of challenge, and can be dangerous and uncomfortable. The physical challenge alone can force patients to abandon their commitment to sobriety. No matter the level of the dependency, it is vital to stop using and abusing prior to a proper detox process. With proper guidance and a plan, the road to treatment and recovery is achievable. Our experts help you focus on your goal to a sober and healthy life.