Boonville Valley Hope, Boonville, Missouri

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Boonville Valley Hope Overview

The Boonville Valley Hope rehabilitation center is located in the small town of Boonville in friendly Missouri. The Boonville Valley Hope is, in fact, a rehabilitation center that works under a large organization called the Valley Hope Association which is a nationally recognized organization working to help addiction patients in their path to recovery. The Boonville Valley Hope rehabilitation center offers treatment to adolescents and adults, age 16 and above, in need of medical detox and treatment for their substance abuse issues – alcohol and drug addiction. The facility does not treat co-occurring mental health issues and does not offer a dual diagnosis. The facility does offer detoxification on-site, which is mandatory for each patient to complete, as well as medication management.
The Boonville Valley Hope rehabilitation center offers inpatient and outpatient treatment programs to its patients. Both programs include intensive group therapy sessions, individual therapy sessions, family therapy sessions, and relapse prevention. The programs include 12-step meetings. Each patient is required to complete their detoxification and a physical exam upon arrival. After that, an individualized treatment plan is completed for each patient. Visitation is prohibited during the first week of treatment, after that, the family members and friends of the patient are encouraged to visit the facility and take part in the family therapy sessions and the educational classes during which they will learn about the issues of addiction and the path of recovery.

Boonville Valley Hope Housing

The Boonville Valley Hope rehabilitation center offers accommodation to 64 patients at a time. Each patient is sharing one bedroom with two twin beds with their roommate. Apart from the twin beds, each room has a matching dresser as well. Each bedroom has a shared bathroom. There are no TVs in the bedrooms, but there are TVs in the common rooms where patients can spend time with each other outside therapy. The main dining room is where three meals a day are served to the patients, prepared on-site by the kitchen staff. The facility does not own an on-site pool or gym.

Boonville Valley Hope Treatment Options

At Boonville Valley Hope, you will find the following treatment options:

Inpatient treatment program

The Boonville Valley Hope rehabilitation center’s most popular treatment program is, of course, their inpatient treatment program. As a part of the inpatient treatment program, the patients are required to live on the grounds of the facility until their treatment plan is in progress. The inpatient treatment program lasts 30 days during which the patients are under 24/7 medical supervision and care. The program includes individual and group therapy sessions on a daily level, as well as, relapse prevention and family therapy sessions.

Outpatient treatment program

The outpatient treatment program, contrary to the inpatient treatment program, allows patients to live at home and visit the facility for the schooled individual and group therapy sessions. The program is recommended only to patients who do not require 24/7 medical supervision and care, and to those who for any reason are not able to leave school or work to join in the inpatient treatment program. The outpatient treatment program includes six to eight hours of group therapy sessions on a weekly level, individual therapy sessions according to the needs of the patient, relapse prevention, and family therapy sessions.

Boonville Valley Hope Therapies Provided

Therapeutic services that the patient is given access to at Boonville Valley Hope include:

  • Individual therapy sessions
  • Group therapy sessions
  • Family therapy sessions
  • Relapse prevention therapy
  • Detoxification
  • Medication management

Boonville Valley Hope Payment Options

According to the official website of the Boonville Valley Hope rehabilitation center, the facility accepts most state and private insurance plans, however, it does not accept Medicaid and Medicare. The website also states that there is a variety of payment plans that can be arraigned for individuals who are less financially powerful.

Boonville Valley Hope Licenses

According to the official website of the Boonville Valley Hope rehabilitation center, the facility and its professional team enjoy the accreditation by The Joint Commission, a non-profit organization that has the mission to assure the highest quality and care of the rehabilitation centers that it supports in their work.

Boonville Valley Hope Amenities

The Boonville Valley Hope rehabilitation center does not offer spa services and massage in the price for the treatment. However, if the patients are interested, the staff can arrange a professional massage therapist or a chiropractic therapist to visit the facility and offer their services to the ones that most need them.

Boonville Valley Hope Staff

The Boonville Valley Hope rehabilitation center has gathered up a group of highly experienced, supportive people to join its professional team. The professional team at the Boonville Valley Hope rehabilitation center includes Master-level, licensed counselors, LADCs (Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors), LCSWs (Licensed Clinical Social Workers), physicians, registered nurses, and case managers. However, the staff does not include psychiatrists and psychologists since the facility does not offer to treat cases of co-occurring mental health issues and dual diagnosis.

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  • Tammy O.
    Valley Hope is absolutely amazing!!! When my husband Ray O. came to Valley Hope, his alcohol level was 456! This was the 3rd time his level was that high. He was also addicted to prescription pain medication. From the first day he was at Valley Hope, he absolutely loved it. He, like many of the residents, did not want to leave. It was very helpful to both of us that I was able to spend full weekends there and attend classes with him throughout the day. While it was not always easy for Ray while he was there, the staff was wonderful. Everyone at Valley Hope is very friendly and helpful; they want you to succeed! Today, September 6, 2019 is Ray’s 6 month anniversary of being sober! He has absolutely no desire to drink or take pills – it really never even crosses his mind. We are both so thankful for Valley Hope and all the people there. We made many lasting friendships with the people Ray was there with and they all continue to help each other. I am so proud of what my husband has accomplished and I will be forever grateful to Valley Hope!
1415 W Ashley Road
Boonville, MO, 65233