Valley Hope's Drug Rehab Center in Tempe is located in the Rio Sureno Medical Plaza and is easily
accessible to individuals living in the
East Valley area of the Phoenix metro area. The intensive outpatient treatment option is held Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 8:30-11:30 a.m.
or Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings from 6:00-9:00 p.m. The sessions continue for six weeks and include group therapy, family counseling, educational
lectures and films, relapse prevention and 12 Step program work.
Rio Sureno Medical Plaza
2115 East Southern Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85282-7503
(480) 831-9533 Fax: (480) 831-9564
Individual sessions are also available and patients receive up to one year of continuing care.
Tempe also offers traditional outpatient, individual and group counseling, relapse prevention, telehealth, assessment/evaluation services and continuing care.
Office hours are from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday. Drug rehab center services
are covered by most insurance and managed care plans. Please call (480) 831-9533 or (800) 544-5101 for more information.
Say hello to Pamela White.
Pamela White, B A, LSAT, Chandler Valley Hope’s new Community Services Clinician hails originally from the East Coast, the Jersey Shore, growing up as the oldest of three girls, in the suburb of Middletown, NJ. She began her first job “running the show”, with organizing neighborhood plays, to raise money for all of the homeless animals she bought home to the dismay of her parents. So it began to be her life’s work – working for the mutual benefit of others.
Pam eventually settled in Arizona, where she graduated from ASU with a BA in Political Science/Psychology. She worked in Development for several non- profits, American Heart Association and American Liver, raising dollars and awareness.
She joined the Valley Hope Counselor in Training Program in 2009 and completed her AAS in Chemical Dependency in 2010. She spent several years as a Chandler Valley Hope inpatient counselor, then she moved to Tempe Valley Hope, first as Intake Coordinator and then Intensive Outpatient Counselor. Pam sought out a new opportunity in joining Valley Hope’s AC/ESS Counseling Program where she was able to translate her “in person” counseling skills to her “online” patients.
Known to her peers at work and in the community as the “Resource Queen, ” Pam said she has found the perfect fit for her clinical and community resources abilities in her position as Chandler Valley Hope’s Community Services Clinician.
Contact Pamela at PWhite@valleyhope.org