Grapevine Valley Hope Center, Grapevine, Texas

Grapevine Railway in Grapevine, Texas
2300 William D Tate Ave
Grapevine, TX, 76051

Grapevine Valley Hope Center Overview

Grapevine Valley Hope Center is part of a larger network, known as Valley Hope, that offers seven facilities throughout the local region in order to provide adequate care for patients who find it impossible to overcome an addiction to drugs, or alcohol. The center is located in a relatively small town within the Texas region, known as Grapevine. The clinical staff that is part of the facility’s management team has developed a unique 12-step program that ensures patients are able to successfully ward off substances that they might be addicted to, and then recover in order to help them onto a road toward success, instead of causing them to relapse.

Housing at Grapevine Valley Hope Center

The Grapevine facility owned by Valley Hope provides an inpatient program that is designed to offer individuals with addictions the ability to enter an environment that makes them feel safe, as well as offers them the support they need to successful detoxify from drugs or alcohol, and to help them recover from the damage that they had already suffered due to their addiction.
The residential program offered by the facility in Grapevine city provides full housing for patients while admitted for treatment. The network does not offer specific details on the number of beds that are available in the facility or how many patients can be treated at the same time. They also do not offer any details in regards to whether the residential program’s housing facility is divided between men and women, and if both genders are treated under the same department.

Treatment Options at Grapevine Valley Hope Center

The Grapevine Valley Hope Center has developed a 12-step addiction recovery program that starts with a detoxification phase and ends with continuum care. Patients admitted are first analyzed by a counselor to determine how severe their addiction is and to ensure a customized plan can be developed to help them recover successfully.

Treatments are divided into two primary categories:
Outpatient Care – Outpatient programs allow the patient to continue working or attending school while undergoing treatment. The patient is provided access to licensed therapists and psychiatrists in order to help them recover. Medication management is also provided in cases where co-occurring mental diseases are present.
Residential Care – Inpatient care allows the patient to stay at the facility for a period that usually lasts around 30 days, ensuring the patient is cared for 24/7 by licensed counselors, physicians, psychiatrists, and trained nursing staff.

Payment Options at Grapevine Valley Hope Center

Valley Hope is networked with quite a large list of insurance providers, making an effective treatment for substance abuse accessible to those who need it. The facility can be utilized by individuals who are covered by different types of health insurance agencies in Texas and throughout the United States, such as:

  • United Behavioral Health
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna Behavioral Health
  • First Health
  • ComPsych
  • Midlands Choice
  • ValueOptions
  • Beacon Health Options
  • New Directions Behavioral Health
  • LifeSynch

A complete list of the insurance providers that cover the cost of the facility’s treatments can be found on their official website.
Patients without insurance can still become part of both residential and outpatient treatment options that are offered by Grapevine Valley Hope Center. The financial coordinators at the facility are able to provide the patient with various options in terms of affording the treatment they require, including a monthly payment plan and financing options.
While no specific information regarding the costs of the facility has been shared on their website, patients are usually billed approximately $14,000 for the 30-day residential program.


No details on licenses held by the facility are shared on their website. Patients interested in knowing whether the facility is licensed with the state department should get in touch with the administrative staff at the Grapevine Valley Hope Center.

Amenities at Grapevine Valley Hope Center

Grapevine Valley Hope Center provides patients of the residential treatment program access to a basketball hoop, as well as a basic gym. There is also a large area that patients can walk in or take a jog. Additional activities are often planned randomly, which sometimes include roller-skating, bowling, and volleyball on the beach.


Pat George

President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Pat became the CEO of Valley Hope in 2015. He served on the Board of Directors for 12 years prior to his position as CEO. He is a member of the Kansas House of Representatives and has served on the Committee on Economic Development.

Dr. Patrick Hall

Executive Vice President

Dr. Patrick Hall serves as the Corporate Clinical Supervisor at one of Valley Hope’s facilities, and he also holds the roles of Vice President of Research and Vice President of Clinical Services. Dr. Patrick Hall earned a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology and is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist.

Dr. Javier Ley

Chief of Clinical Services

Dr. Javier Ley started as a Program Director at the Valley Hope network. He has also served as a Director of Clinical Programming. Dr. Javier is responsible for overseeing the implementation of services, as well as to ensure the entire network can develop in a professional way. He has a Doctorate degree in Professional Counseling and a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

Melissa Windsor

Director of Outpatient Services

Melissa is responsible for ensuring all the facilities owned by Valley Hope implements the outpatient services as laid out by the management team. She has a Master’s in Counseling Psychology, as well as a Bachelor’s in Sociology. Melissa is also a licensed Professional Counselor, as well as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor.

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