Valley Hope Opens New Overland Park Office
Overland Park Valley Hope Schedules Open House
Norton, KS... Officials from the Valley Hope Association (VHA) will host an Open House ceremony for Overland Park Valley Hope on Friday, Oct. 18 at 11:00 a.m. at the facility, located at 10114 W 105th St., in Overland park. The public is invited to attend the event which will include tours and refreshments from 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.
VHA, one of the largest, non-profit alcohol and drug addiction treatment provider in the United States, officially opened the new location in early September. Overland Park Valley Hope will provide a full range of outpatient treatment services including Intensive Outpatient, group/individual counseling, and Valley Hope’s AC/ESS option which provides both online and on ground addiction treatment.
According to VHA President Ken Gregoire, “The move to Overland park is a new building but not a new program. Valley Hope has had a presence in the Kansas City area for more than 40 years with the opening of our residential facility in Atchison and outpatient office in Mission in 1972. The opportunity to re-locate our outpatient office from Mission to a larger facility in Overland Park provides us the opportunity to serve even more people suffering from the disease of addiction,” he said.
VHA currently operates 9 residential and 8 free standing outpatient facilities in seven states, including centers in Norton, Atchison, Overland Park, Moundridge and Wichita, KS.
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