Hope Valley Recovery Client Outcomes
A Longitudinal Study Measuring the Success of Hope Valley Recovery Programs
Transforming Lives Through Positive Client Outcomes
Hope Valley Recovery aims to positively impact the mental, physical, and spiritual well-being of its clients.
The Hope Valley Recovery team worked tirelessly to provide services that delivered high quality client outcomes to those we serve. Our programs were designed to address all presenting problems the clients bring with them, including life skill deficits, self-care deficits, and recovery deficits.
Client outcome data was collected over a period of 18-months, from June 1st, 2021, through December 31st, 2022, by the Hope Valley Recovery outreach team. We are excited to present the client outcome data below as we feel it supports the great work that the Hope Valley Recovery team provides to our clients each day.
What We Do Different
Hope Valley Recovery sets itself apart based on the way it delivers care to those we serve. We fully believe that rebuilding a life takes time and must involve the addition of wrap-around services that promote transformation in the client.
Many facilities choose to defer and refer certain problems that the client presents with, but we feel these should be addressed in the environment they are primarily receiving services in.
Our focus from the point of admission is identifying all of the presenting problems that prove to be barriers in our clients lives. We utilize various assessment tools to gather this information, such as Diagnostic Assessment, Z Codes, RCS, GAD-7, K-10 Kessler, LSC-R, MHSF-III, PCL-5, and PHQ-9.
Each of these tools allows us to gather a specific snapshot of the client in order to build a treatment plan that is therapeutic and all-encompassing. Once we identify the client’s problems and potential barriers, and build a strong treatment plan, we can then focus on treating it all.
Treatment Focus Areas Driving Client Outcomes
AOD, MH, & Trauma
Holistic Medical Care
Life Skills & Self-Care Skills
Job Training & Placement
The Client Outcomes
The data information below is true and accurate representations of the outcomes our clients have seen by participating in the various programs at Hope Valley Recovery. The data was collected over a period of 18-months, with 661 clients participating.
Average Length of Sobriety
by Phase Completion
- Clients who successfully completed Phase 1 (detox) stayed sober 77% longer than those who did not.
- Clients who successfully completed Phase 2 (residential) stayed sober 351% longer than those who did not.
- Clients who successfully completed Phase 3 (transitional housing) stayed sober 104% longer than those who did not.
Treatment Duration vs. Sobriety Length
by Phase Completion
- Clients who only completed Phase 1 (detox) stayed sober an average of 16 days.
- Clients who successfully completed Phase 1 (detox) and Phase 2 (residential) stayed sober an average of 149 days.
- Clients who successfully completed Phase 1 (detox), Phase 2 (residential), and Phase 3 (transitional housing) stayed sober an average of 305 days.
Client Outcomes Summary
The data shows a clear correlation between the clients’ length of treatment and their length of sobriety. Hope Valley Recovery programs show their success by the length of sobriety its participants have seen.
The outcomes above clearly indicate the efficacy of Hope Valley Recovery programs, and that treatment retention ultimately provides better outcomes for program participants.
A notable metric in the data above is the increase in length of sobriety for those who chose long-term treatment (Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3) vs. those who chose detox only (Phase 1). The average length of sobriety for clients who chose this path of treatment is 1,806% longer than those who chose detox only.
This notable outcome proves that the work Hope Valley Recovery is doing throughout their programs is both effective and beneficial to the clients and their communities.
Client Outcomes Full Study
In addition to the average length of sobriety and treatment duration, Hope Valley Recovery also tracked various other metrics. Some of these items were as follows:
- SUD diagnosis
- MH diagnosis, if any
- Did the client attend MH counseling
- Z code diagnosis
- Client’s work status
- Client’s school status
- Current insurance type
- Does client have a 12-step sponsor
- What step is the client on
- How many 12-step meetings are they attending each week
- What is their current living environment
- Are they an active alumni
If you are interested in obtaining a copy of the full client outcome study, please email email@example.com. We are in the final stages of completing the full report and will email you a copy, as well as publish a link on this page.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many clients were in your study?
There were a total of 661 clients that participated in the longitudinal study.
How many participated from each program?
The study included 463 clients who completed Phase 1 (detox) only, 180 client who completed Phase 1 (detox) and Phase 2 (residential), and 18 clients who completed Phase 1 (detox), Phase 2 (residential), and Phase 3 (transitional).
How many of the clients are still sober today?
Based on continued data collection and outreach monitoring:
- 38 of the 463 clients who completed Phase 1 (detox) only are still sober, with 16 being sober over a year.
- 95 of the 180 clients who completed Phase 1 (detox) and Phase 2 (residential) are still sober, with 63 being sober over a year.
- 15 of the 18 clients who completed Phase 1 (detox), Phase 2 (residential), and Phase 3 (transitional) are still sober, with 11 being sober over a year.
Is it important to complete the programs?
The data we collected shows that the average sobriety length increased among all programs by 177% for those who successfully completed.
How can I be a part of your program?
If you or someone you know is struggling, please reach out to us at 740-500-1391. Our admissions team will gladly answer any questions you might have and help you get started on changing your life.