Men's Division
(336) 386-8511
Hope Valley, Inc.
Women's Division
(336) 368-2427


Hope Valley was established as a private, non-profit corporation for the treatment and care of alcoholics in June of 1968. The impetus for its establishment was provided by a group of citizens who were interested in seeing alcoholics recover from their illness and become useful, productive citizens. In 1970 a separate facility for women was opened in Pilot Mountain. In the years since, Hope Valley has become a model for the treatment of alcoholics and addicts. Indicative of this is the fact that our recovery curriculum has been adopted by many facilities in North Carolina and in other states. In 1986 our services were again expanded to serve drug dependent clients as well as alcoholics.

Hope Valley, Inc. is licensed by the State of North Carolina, Department of Health & Human Services to operate a chemical dependency treatment facility and has met all standards necessary to provide these services.

We believe that recovery from addiction is a learning process; that if the addicted person is provided with the proper tools and the knowledge of how to use them, he or she can become sober and live a life that is productive and useful.

Our goal is to teach the recovery process in the most effective and efficient manner possible, and to do so at the lowest possible cost.


In order to achieve our goal, we have set the following objectives:

    1. To present sufficient knowledge about addiction to help each client identify himself or herself as an alcoholic or addict.

    2. To bring about ego deflation through stark presentation of the facts about the deadly disease of alcoholism and drug addiction.

    3. To teach recovery in such a way that our client can see that it will produce freedom and happiness.

    4. To show that recovery is a life giving alternative to the fatal disease of addiction.

    5. To impress upon our clients that recovery is possible for them if they are willing to use certain tools.

    6. To introduce our clients to the best available tools with which to build a new and different life.

    7. To teach them how to use these tools.

    8. To help convince our clients that if they use the tools of recovery on a continual basis they can expect to experience a radical change in the attitude and behavior.


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