Valliant Addiction Treatment Centers

Valliant offers a good life to fewer than one thousand residents, some of whom are struggling with the perils of drug abuse. If this sounds like you or someone that you love, contact Valliant Addiction Treatment Centers now at (405) 445-0371.

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About ‘The Sooner State’

Seventeen miles north of Idabel, Oklahoma sits the charming city of Valliant. Construction of the town began in earnest in the latter years of the 19th century. By 1902, the town of Valliant had grown from a few wooden buildings and a post office to a fully platted municipality replete with two banks and numerous dining establishments. The first Valliant newspaper began publication in 1905, and the rest, as they say, is history.

You might be under the impression that Oklahoma drug misuse occurs only in larger cities such as Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Muskogee, or OKC. You would be mistaken. This part of The Sooner State has the dubious distinction of hosting more than its fair share of locals who dabble daily with drugs. Prescription pain medications, including OxyContin, Lortab, morphine, codeine, and Vicodin contribute mightily to Oklahoma's burgeoning drug misuse numbers. Street drugs, including heroin, crack cocaine, and methamphetamine also cause bad problems for good people in this part of Oklahoma.

Fortunately, a number of centers for addiction treatment in Valliant and local regions are standing by and ready to help. We are not a rehab facility ourselves, but we can connect you to a treatment center that can help you. All you have to do is make the first call.

What is Addiction and How Can Valliant Addiction Treatment Centers Help

Addiction can be described as a degenerative, prolonged medical condition that is characterized by the compulsion to take a certain drug no matter how dire the consequences. Oklahoma residents who are dependent on drugs or drinking have been known to go to great lengths to obtain and use the drug upon which they depend. They may lie to their employer, cheat their friends, and steal from their family just to support their habit. They may lose their house, fail at their job, and shipwreck their closest relationships. They may discard long-term friends and replace them with codependent acquaintances, bartenders, and drug dealers.

With continued drug or alcohol misuse, lasting brain changes can occur. Some of these modifications are more than severe. That's why it's imperative for addicts and alcoholics to understand about places where they can overcome their habit with professional guidance, behavioral counseling, and when called for, medical intervention. This sort of confidential care can be found at a number of alcohol and drug rehabs in Valliant and surrounding towns. Follow up peer support groups and 12-step recovery increase the addict's chances of remaining clean and sober for the rest of their lifetime.

Many people in Oklahoma started using drugs or drinking booze because it felt good to them at the time. Being high may have allowed them to shed social inhibitions or escape emotional discomfort. Others turned to mind-altering intoxicants as a way to fit in with a peer group with which they wish to identify. The truth of the matter is, it doesn't make a whole lot of difference how someone became addicted. The best way out of the nightmare of drug or alcohol dependency is to seek professional help at one of the addiction treatment centers we can tell you about.

Which Type of Treatment is Right For You?

For the addict, certain friends or places can trigger a craving to use drugs or take a drink. When checked into an inpatient facility for treatment, temptations are removed. If a person's addiction is hefty enough to warrant professional treatment, it's surely strong enough to lure a person back to using if the addict gets anywhere near their intoxicant of choice. Outpatient treatment may have too many opportunities to fail. Inpatient addiction treatment centers offer the addict far better odds of lasting recovery than any sort of outpatient program, advises Mayo Clinic.

Contact Us

When you are ready to take control of your life back, give Valliant Addiction Treatment Centers a call at (405) 445-0371 and we'll connect you with the addiction treatment services that are right for you.

Upcoming Valliant AA & NA Meetings:

Meeting Day & Time Location
AA Van Alstyne Group Fri, 2:00 PM Frist United Methodist Church 301 S. Preston Van Alstyne, 75495, Van Alstyne, TX 75495
NA Bonham VA Hospital Mon, 8:00 PM Bonham VA Group Non-Smoking 1201 East 9th Street, Bonham, TX 75418
AA CELEBRATE RECOVERY Sun, 5:30 PM East Paris Baptist Church 725 North Collegiate Drive, Paris, TX 75460
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