When you are putting money into a family member’s health and happiness, you’ll need to make sure you’re making the right decision for your Miller drug and alcohol abuse recovery facility. While the most prudent course of action may still be to call our hotline advisors so they can discuss your personal requirements, checking out how others have reviewed or rated some of the addiction rehabilitation clinics near you is another excellent place to start.
Very experienced counselors, many of whom have been through treatment themselves. Pretty good family program. Great at encouraging patients to support one another and help push each other, while still working on their individual recovery. There were several people as well as myself, that found out days to a week into detox/treatment that their insurance would only be covering a few days of their time there. Any additional time outside of that would have to come out of pocket. The troubling part was that this happened almost daily to someone and the facility never warned anyone that it may be an issue when they gave their insurance information. So everyone admitted is told they will be in the facility for thirty days and it will cost 'x' amount, when in reality it could be both a short time and more money. This facility is amazing. There is no better way to describe it. Is it a brand new, four star resort? No. There are no mani-pedis, hot stone massages or an exercise room with a personal trainer. But there are amazing counselors (many who have been through recovery themselves), a great staff, and more support than anyone could ever ask for. Valley Hope plants the seeds of recovery and by the time a patient is discharged, those seeds have taken root. One of the best things about this facility is that once patients are out of detox, they are permitted to leave campus for up to two hours at a time. Since O'Neill is a small town, there are several small restaurants and shopping areas that patients can take advantage of without leaving town (which isn't allowed). One of the best things about being able to leave campus is that patients can take advantage of the nightly AA and NA meetings in town. These are great starter meetings for beginners in the program, those returning after a relapse or to alumnae back in town for one of Valley Hope's monthly renewal days. Lastly, The Valley Hope Association has several locations that really assist in transitioning from inpatient treatment to a continuing care program or outpatient treatment. This place literally saved my life and I will be forever grateful!
The Short Term Treatment program was very structured and strict. This was exactly what I needed at the time. They did not allow for a lot of outside communication. This allowed me to focus on myself and prepare for the real world.
I worked for HSI twice and both times was treated with respect and understanding. I had surgery while working with HSI and the Director made sure had sufficient healing time and was genuinely concerned with my recovery from surgery. The staff was always kind and considerate.