Valley Hope Drug Rehab Centers
Grapevine Valley Hope Drug Rehab Center offers Texas a full range of proven treatment services tailored to meet the needs of each patient.
The eight-acre campus is conveniently located midway between Dallas and Fort Worth, just minutes from the DFW Airport. The 68-bed, 54,000 square
foot state of the art drug rehab center provides the relaxed atmosphere of the country with the convenience of a metropolitan area. The center
is JCAHO accredited.
2300 William D. Tate Ave.
Grapevine, TX 76051
Fax: (817) 424-1327
We offer medically monitored alcohol detox, residential, day or partial care, family and continuing care services at Grapevine.
Professional staff also direct assessment/evaluation and outpatient counseling services.
The Fly to Recovery program also is available.
Valley Hope's Outpatient Drug And Alcohol Treatment Center in
Grapevine provides a full range of comprehensive outpatient services including: Alcoholism and Addiction assessment, Intensive Outpatient
treatment, Relapse Prevention, telehealth, and Continuing Care. Intensive Outpatient Treatment sessions are held Monday, Wednesday and Friday and are
offered in the morning and evening. Intensive Outpatient sessions consist of educational lectures, 12 step work, as well as, group and family
counseling. Individual counseling is also available as needed.
The Grapevine Valley Hope's outpatient office is open between 8:00 am and 10:00 pm with Intensive Outpatient, Relapse Prevention and Continuing Care
sessions occurring through-out the day and evening. Drug and alcohol treatment services are covered by most insurance and managed care plans. For
more information on these programs, or to find the right program for you please call (817) 424-9013 or (800) 544-5101.
Say hello to Harold Willis
Harold has been with the Valley Hope Texas continuum almost since it opened in 2001. He initially
started as a counselor intern in September of 2001, and has been a Licensed Chemical Dependency
Counselor in the State of Texas since 2002. During his employment at the Grapevine facility he
has held several positions to include counselor, admissions coordinator, and most recently Program
Director for Outpatient Services. Prior to moving to Texas in 2001, Harold had worked in the chemical
dependency field since 1994 in upstate New York. His view on his position of Community Relations
Clinician is that there is a need not only to help the individual suffering with addiction/substance
abuse but to help the community at large with this issue.
His dedication to helping individuals and families affected by addiction/substance abuse, and all
of the related issues equals his enthusiasm for the work he does in this field. The prospect of
individuals recovering from addiction/substance abuse, and the subsequent positive rippling effects
in the community, continues to fuel his energy for this work. Service to individuals affected by
substance abuse and addiction as well as the community at large is of the highest priority to Harold.
Please contact him with questions about addiciton, treatment or the Valley Hope program at
817-424-1305 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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