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Monitoring Program

Monitoring Programs facilitated by professionals

Valley Recovery Center offers private monitoring programs for people in many different stages of the recovery process. Our monitoring programs can serve as an alternative to residential treatment or as part of the aftercare for those who’ve completed a treatment program. Our monitoring programs include the same high-level, personalized care as all of our treatment programs. This includes a customized treatment plan that takes into account the individual’s history and needs.

medical services, individual therapy, psychiatric and psychological assessments

We provide all of the services of our monitoring program with great care for our patients’ well-being, and we offer our patients the support they need during these challenging times. Our monitoring program includes medical services, individual therapy, psychiatric and psychological assessments, and overall case management. It also includes family treatment, group therapy, crisis counseling, and 24/7 support over the phone. We’re able to provide independent urinalysis testing and to make sure patients comply with court orders. We also offer legal services and consultation, in addition to general educational and vocational counseling.

live a sober life with your families and community

Before private monitoring begins, our professional staff performs an assessment to determine the treatment plan that will meet the patient’s individual needs and satisfy any other requirements. Once the treatment begins, our team will meet weekly to discuss the patient’s treatment and see how it’s progressing. We will adjust the plan as necessary to ensure that patients are really making progress towards a lasting recovery. The monitoring programs here at Valley Recovery Center will provide patients with the care and support they need to live a sober life in their families and communities.

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

After Care Services Available

Another major obstacle to recovery is dealing with the temptation to drink, especially during difficult times. It is at these times that a support system is crucial. Having the support and tools necessary to handle the urge to drink is something we really focus on at Valley Recovery Center. And we know that the biggest challenges our patients face occur when they leave us, so we provide a number of aftercare services to give them a place to turn to when they need it most.

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