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Valley Vista Substance Use Disorder Programs

Each Valley Vista program, whether for adolescents, men, or women has been developed to provide treatment in an intimate, safe and secure therapeutic environment offering an assurance of anonymity, respect, dignity and validation for all program participants. Each inpatient treatment program offers services from medically supervised detoxification to discharge and comprehensive aftercare planning, ensuring every participant departs with a continuum of care plan that supports enduring recovery.

Valley Vista inpatient programs are clinically well-structured and feature a dedicated staff including a Program Director, Primary Therapists, Primary Therapist in Training, Continuing Care Specialists and 24-hour / 7 days-a-week floor supervision by trained recovery aides, some of whom are certified recovery coaches. Board-certified psychiatrists are integrated as a part of each program.

View Men’s Program Schedule
  • Medically supervised detoxification care provides for regular vitals checking at specified intervals by nursing staff; best practice medication assistance, prescribed as necessary, helping to mitigate withdrawal symptoms; and constant patient observation by attending staff members
  • 24 x 7 inpatient residential care
  • Mental health services provided by trained clinicians
  • Medical services provided by 24 x 7 nursing staff and physicians assistants supported by staff doctors
  • Individualized comprehensive care programming developed by the patient’s Primary Therapist
  • Individual therapy / counseling conducted by patient’s Primary Therapist
  • Family / relationship therapy available and conducted by the patient’s Primary Therapist
  • Group therapy conducted by the clinical staff
  • Recovery-focused groups and discussion lead by clinical staff, self-directed by patients, and outside 12-Step based facilitators
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy lead by the clinical staff
  • Psycho-education groups lead by the clinical staff
  • Insight to spirituality lead by the clinical staff
  • Onsite and offsite (after seven days in treatment) 12-Step recovery meetings supported by community-based 12-Step programs
  • Therapy dog services provided by trained canine handlers
  • Anger management conducted by the clinical staff
  • Expressive therapies lead by the clinical staff
  • Insight into accountability lead by the clinical staff and outside resources
  • Yoga provided by outside and inside resources, two-times weekly
  • Twice-monthly meetings by Vermont Recovery Network
  • Specialized dietary services for diabetes, vegetarian, vegan, and as needed or prescribed
  • Laundry services twice weekly – wash and fold
  • Comprehensive post-completion aftercare planning managed by the Continuing Care Specialist in collaboration with patient and Primary Therapist
CALL 802.222.5201 ANYTIME TO SPEAK TO US ABOUT ANY OF OUR PROGRAMS

VIEW WOMEN’S PROGRAM SCHEDULE
  • Medically supervised detoxification care provides for regular vitals checking at specified intervals by nursing staff; best practice medication assistance, prescribed as necessary, helping to mitigate withdrawal symptoms; and constant patient observation by attending staff members
  • 24 x 7 inpatient residential care
  • Mental health services provided by trained clinicians
  • Medical services provided by 24 x 7 nursing staff and physicians assistants supported by staff doctors
  • Individualized comprehensive care programming developed by the patient’s Primary Therapist
  • Individual therapy / counseling conducted by patient’s Primary Therapist
  • Family / relationship therapy available and conducted by the patient’s Primary Therapist
  • Group therapy conducted by the clinical staff
  • Recovery-focused groups and discussion lead by clinical staff, self-directed by patients, and outside 12-Step based facilitators
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy lead by the clinical staff
  • Psycho-education groups lead by the clinical staff
  • Insight to spirituality lead by the clinical staff
  • Onsite and offsite (after seven days in treatment) 12-Step recovery meetings supported by community-based 12-Step programs
  • Therapy dog services provided by trained canine handlers
  • Anger management conducted by the clinical staff
  • Expressive therapies lead by the clinical staff
  • Insight into accountability lead by the clinical staff and outside resources
  • Yoga provided by outside and inside resources, two-times weekly
  • Boot Camp training provided by professional staff
  • Telling My Story along with Dartmouth College Students – a part of the English Department and Humanities curriculum
  • Twice-monthly meetings by Vermont Recovery Network
  • Specialized dietary services for diabetes, vegetarian, vegan, and as needed or prescribed
  • Laundry services twice weekly – wash and fold
  • Comprehensive post-completion aftercare planning managed by the Continuing Care Specialist in collaboration with patient and Primary Therapist
CALL 802.222.5201 ANYTIME TO SPEAK TO US ABOUT ANY OF OUR PROGRAMS

VIEW ADOLESCENT’S PROGRAM SCHEDULE
  • Medically supervised detoxification care provides for regular vitals checking at specified intervals by nursing staff; best practice medication assistance, prescribed as necessary, helping to mitigate withdrawal symptoms; and constant patient observation by attending staff members
  • 24 x 7 inpatient residential care
  • Mental health services provided by trained clinicians
  • Medical services provided by 24 x 7 nursing staff and physicians assistants supported by staff doctors
  • Individualized comprehensive care programming developed by the patient’s Primary Therapist
  • Individual therapy / counseling conducted by patient’s Primary Therapist
  • Group therapy conducted by the clinical staff
  • Family therapy lead by the patient’s Primary Therapist and supported by staff psychiatrists
  • Recovery-focused groups and discussion lead by clinical staff, self-directed by patients, and outside 12-Step based facilitators
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy lead by the clinical staff
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy lead by the clinical staff (Adolescent Program)
  • Psycho-education groups lead by the clinical staff
  • Insight to spirituality lead by the clinical staff
  • Onsite and offsite (after seven days in treatment) 12-Step recovery meetings supported by community-based 12-Step programs
  • Therapy dog services provided by trained canine handlers
  • Anger management conducted by the clinical staff
  • Expressive therapies lead by the clinical staff
  • Insight into accountability lead by the clinical staff and outside resources
  • Yoga provided by outside and inside resources, two-times weekly
  • Five-time-a-week individualized school-based programming
    • Educational services are provided by educators currently active in the local community and recognized by the Vermont Agency of Education including a New York Times best-selling author, writer for The Atlantic and prolific lecturer on educational motivation in the public school system.
  • Twice-monthly meetings by Vermont Recovery Network
  • Specialized dietary services for diabetes, vegetarian, vegan, and as needed or prescribed
  • Laundry services twice weekly – wash and fold
  • Comprehensive post-completion aftercare planning managed by the Continuing Care Specialist in collaboration with patient and Primary Therapist
CALL 802.222.5201 ANYTIME TO SPEAK TO US ABOUT ANY OF OUR PROGRAMS

Why Choose Valley Vista

  • Valley Vista has treated more than 7,200 patients suffering from substance use disorder.
  • Valley Vista has been nationally recognized for providing the highest level of care to individuals with substance use disorder issues and co-occurring mental health conditions.
  • Valley Vista has been Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accredited for the last 12-plus years.
  • Valley Vista has been recognized for a high-level of performance related to Dual Diagnosis Capability in Addiction Treatment (DDCAT) by both the State of Vermont and the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center.
  • Magellan Behavioral Health has commended Valley Vista as having outstanding outcome results as compared to providers across the nation.
  • Valley Vista features two staff psychiatrists and a psychiatric nurse practitioner.
  • Valley Vista offers an educational program that keeps adolescent patients engaged within their individual school curriculum.
  • All adolescent program educators are Vermont Agency of Education recognized two of who hold certification in Individualized Educational Programming (IEP).
  • Valley Vista provides a continuum of care that establishes connection with whatever a patient needs to maintain their sobriety upon leaving our facility. This includes sober living; medication assisted treatment (MAT); finding a therapist, a primary care physician, an intensive outpatient programs (IOP), spiritual programs and much more…anything that ensures a journey towards enduring recovery.

What Patient’s Say

“My metamorphosis of my addiction to my sobriety. A project I did in treatment and I am pretty proud of it. I was asked to show my addiction and how I felt during that time compared to my sobriety and what I think it will be like or how I felt so far. I decided to take it a step forward for me I had some sober time before I knew what it was like to be sober but this time was different. My addiction was killing me and I was letting it then it came to the point where I knew I had an option get help or die but I didn’t want to ask I didn’t want to admit defeat. The caterpillar is my addiction no matter how hard I tried I could never get my feet off the ground I felt there was no way out and the middle is the tree branch full of cocoons just the natural process of metamorphosis but its that period of stuckness and that is where I was at. I started seeing that color again but I didn’t know how to ask for help. It took me almost losing my life in some strangers house to realize just how badly I needed help so then the butterfly. Its colorful the wings are lopsided from me trying to force what shouldn’t have been forced and I was going to fix it but then I remembered I work a program of progress not perfection and I have to learn to let go of the need to have perfection because its not realistic. The butterfly has color but at the sane time it has spots of gloom through out the transition words and phrases going along with theme. But each phase having similarity because here is what I learned. Life sucked during active use sure I thought it was fun but it wasn’t, I was ruining my life. Then when I was stuck same thing I couldn’t do what I knew was right. I asked myself all the right questions but couldn’t give myself the answer I continued to kill myself. Then I almost did die decided I wanted to live. Then sobriety. Sobriety is not easy. I was asked what does sobriety mean to me and this is just that. Sobriety is work it is hard and I am going cry and stress and some days probably feel like I am making no progress what so ever but that’s just it through all of the good and the bad I am making progress. I am strong, resilient, my story isn’t over, Im learning who the real me is and Im doing it sober. Sobriety is not sunshine and rainbows but I can definitely go through it with dignity.” – D.W. 


The quote on top says Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over it then became a butterfly.

“Mike from Spiritus opened up doors i thought I shut for good.” – N.P.

“A Patient, a Recovery Aid, a Clinical Manager and a most of all…A Free Man. I can never thank Craig Smith, Jack Duffy, and Rick Distefano enough for allowing me to grow through my hurts, hang-ups and habits. My life will never be the same and my heart will always be with the men and women who serve the greatest of needs in the world today. Grace and Peace to all!!” – B.L.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Our goal is make patients comfortable, both physically and emotionally. This is integral right from the start so that the healing process may begin. As a part of that process here is what can be expected upon arrival at Valley Vista:

  • Being greeted by an admissions counselor and taken to our newly renovated admission lounge. Family and friends are welcome to stay. Personal items will be check in and secured
    • Any releases of information vital to treatment be signed
    • Patient Bill of Rights will be reviewed
    • The workbook containing the Patient Handbook and program overview will be provided
    • An Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous book will be provided to keep – these may be the most important books a person suffering from substance use disorder will ever read
  • The information provided during the course of the initial phone screening will verified
  • Precertification with insurance will take place, if not done already
  • Introduction to our nursing staff will take place where an admissions medical review will occur and vitals taken (blood pressure, pulse, temperature, blood drawn)
  • Follow up questions related to the screening process will take place to get the most up-to-date information and to get better acquainted
  • Meet with one of our gender-appropriate recovery staff whom will conduct a search to ensure no contraband enters into the facility
  • Upon completion of the medical screening, the patient will be taken onto the program appropriate unit, accommodations shown and introduced to the community
  • The process toward enduring recovery and freedom now begins

The treatment for substance use disorder may be some of the most difficult yet most rewarding experience for those who want it. The Valley Vista alcohol and drug treatment program is rigorously thorough in helping people find their program for enduring recovery. Here’s what can be expected in a typical day:

  • Morning medication as prescribed
  • Breakfast (healthy meals)
  • Morning Values group that helps set the tone for the day for each individual and the community
  • Clinically-focused groups (see specific program overviews)
  • Recreation time, indoors or out
  • Lunch (healthy meals, salad bar, prepared foods, weekly BBQs Memorial Day – Labor Day)
  • Afternoon medication as prescribed
  • Clinically-focused groups (see specific program overviews)
  • Treatment work – based upon individual Comprehensive Treatment Plans
  • Dinner (healthy meals, salad bar, prepared foods)
  • Clinically-focused groups (see specific program overviews)
  • Outside 12-Step Meetings (after seven days in treatment)
  • Evening Values – A recap of each patient’s day
  • Social Time – Community / individual activities or treatment work
  • Evening medication as prescribed
  • Lights out – Bed checks every ½ hour ensuring patient safety

Often times, substance use disorder is correlated and complicated by behavioral health conditions. Our staff psychiatrists / psychiatric nurse practitioner will meet with patients as needed or desired to help with deeply rooted behavioral health conditions, such as trauma. When necessary, medications may be prescribed to help in managing these conditions. All adolescent patients will see a psychiatrist within the first week of their stay.

Valley Vista provides comprehensive post-discharge aftercare planning ensuring patients that complete their residential treatment program are connected with peer support groups, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) facilities, sober living and any support-based services that are individually necessary for a patient’s enduring recovery.

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