What We Do For You

Sometimes we’re more wounded than we realize, and our potential is more than we’d ever imagine.
Our hopes for you are more than you may have for yourself. Most men seeking treatment just want the pain to stop. They want their license back, their wife to be happy and love them, make more money, feel more respected, and gain back trust from those they love the most. What we want for you is to be on a path of purpose, enjoyment, stability, satisfaction – without any compulsion, lies, addictions or secrets.

For most patients, detox is the first step toward lasting recovery. When traces of drugs or alcohol remain in the body, it becomes difficult to resist cravings and focus on healing. A thorough, medically-supervised detox eliminates these obstacles to help patients begin their treatment experience with a sound mind and unwavering determination. To provide each individual with the greatest chance at recovery, we blend high-level, interventional detox with the compassion and support of a dedicated team. Clients also receive comprehensive medical and psychiatric assessments to evaluate their needs and substance use history so we may develop personalized treatment plans and recommend the appropriate level of care. With a medical staff available 24/7, we professionally manage all withdrawal symptoms and provide one-on-one attention to ensure that clients are safe and comfortable throughout the process. Although detox can be difficult, patients will be supported every step of the way. It’s our goal to make the experience as positive as possible and help clients feel a sense of accomplishment as they prepare to transition into short or long-term treatment.

What We Do For Your Loved Ones

We must understand that as with any common illness, medication must be spaced out and limited to daily use in order to be effective. Taking 10 days worth of medicine has no benefit, and would certainly be detrimental to any patient. Healing is a process that takes time, and we’re here to walk beside you as we conquer this together.

Valiant Living offers family programs so that families can learn how to best support their Loved One during this difficult time. All of these services are designed to help individuals in achieving lasting sobriety and living a full life of recovery.  Our family programs are free of charge and provide education on the disease of addiction, strategies for communication, and how to best support Loved Ones in recovery. We also offer resources such as support groups, individual counseling, and activities designed to assist families in healing from addiction. Together with our dedicated team of professionals, Valiant Living is committed to helping individuals and their families achieve sustained sobriety and a better quality of life.  If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, please contact us today to learn more about our services. We are here to help!

How We Assist the
Referring Professional

Your Go-To Resource for Custom Inpatient & Outpatient Treatment
The Valiant Living Men’s Professional Rehabilitation and Treatment Center is able to work with referring professionals for custom in-patient and out-patient treatment programs. We understand that each case is unique, and we tailor our programs to fit the individual needs of each man who comes through our doors. Our staff has a wealth of experience and knowledge, and we work closely with referring professionals to ensure that all of our patients receive the best possible care. We offer a variety of services, including individual and group therapy, family counseling, and educational workshops. We also have an extensive network of community resources that we can connect our patients with, if needed. Our goal is to help every man who comes to us achieve lasting sobriety and lead a fulfilling life.

Ideally, patients will only go through detox once, but we understand that the process isn’t always linear and sometimes it may take a great deal of time to heal from long-term drug or alcohol use. A relapse often indicates that a return to treatment is necessary to reassess your recovery strategy and think carefully about your goals, intentions and desires. At Valiant, we work closely with patients who have relapsed to determine where in their recovery they are struggling. We then develop a relapse-support program designed specifically for them, which may include returning to a medically-supervised detox, a continuation of therapy or both. We’ve found that an integrated approach is the best solution, addressing any potential issues or needs that may have been overlooked in the past. Regardless of the severity of your relapse, our team can help get you back on the path of long-term recovery and help you find a treatment program that resonates with you.

"As someone who has spent most of his addicted life stuck in his own head, the beginners yoga work that I’ve done at Valiant has been an unexpected, pleasant surprise. While I was very reluctant at first, I soon realized this was meditation for my body which allowed me to get in touch with pain, anger, and grief long buried from my childhood. I may never be a super cool yoga dude, however my experience here has convinced me that yoga will be a part of my recovery for the rest of my life. I'm super grateful for Malissa’s guidance and patience in helping me establish a new body focused dimension of recovery in my life."

– Jon L.

"The initial weeks and months of recovery were unsettling as I began to distance myself from my addiction. The practice of mindfulness, meditation and yoga was an indispensable compliment to my treatment as I navigated the emotional fluctuations of the withdrawals. This practice has showed me how to step behind my emotions and other dysfunctional coping responses to focus on my inner self and begin rebuilding trust and a refreshing authenticity within myself as well as those I love."

– John W.

"It has been a vital part of my recovery in allowing me to be challenged physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. For someone who deals with anxiety, having the tools to know how to surrender and be present has been crucial. Before doing these exercises, I never realized how little time I spent in the present. Mindfulness, meditation, and yoga have helped me find peace from rumination and future tripping by keeping me grounded in the here and now. It will continue to be an important part of my recovery and sobriety."

– Andrew
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