Valley Hope Foundation
About Valley Hope Foundation
The Valley Hope Foundation is the charitable arm of Valley Hope and as such raises and manages charitable gifts to support treatment scholarships, treatment programs, equipment and capital needs of Valley Hope.
Founded in 1967, Valley Hope provides patient-centered, compassionate care to individuals, families and communities impacted by drug and alcohol addiction. More than five decades since their beginnings in northwest rural Kansas, Valley Hope has established a national footprint, with 19 treatment centers across the United States, with multiple locations in Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas. They have helped more than 310,000 people find hope in recovery and restore their lives.
MatchDay Fundraising Project
Name of Project/Initiative: Valley Hope of Norton Extended Treatment Program
Fundraising Goal: $20,000
Project Description Valley Hope of Norton provides residential drug and alcohol addiction treatment services to more than 350 individuals and their families each year. Many individuals are unable to return to their home community following residential treatment and need extended care and treatment.
Valley Hope of Norton provides a unique extended treatment opportunity for males discharging from any Valley Hope residential treatment location. This program provides housing, meals, and long-term outpatient treatment. Data indicates the longer an addicted individual is connected to treatment, the greater the likelihood they will experience long-term recovery. This new new sober housing project will change and save lives!
Funds raised from Match Day 2022 will provide financial assistance for the cost associated with the Extended Treatment program. Financial commitments do not stop during treatment and many patients have financial limitations. These funds will provide financial assistance and ensure patients are able to receive the benefits of extended treatment while continuing the road to recovery in a safe environment
How the project will benefit Norton County
Residents of the program are encouraged to obtain employment at Norton County based employers while continuing their addiction treatment services. This fills a need for Norton employers and provides an additional resource for residents in the program. When the patient is ready to transition out of extended care, the individual will be more likely to remain in the Norton community to maintain employment.