Are you questioning your use of alcohol or other drugs? Or are you concerned about a loved one? A chemically dependent person is anyone whose drinking and drug use interferes with family relationships, social and professional life, or health and well-being. Addiction is a non-discriminating disease that affects men and women of all ages, races and religions and at all socio-economic and educational levels.
A person suffering with domestic violence is anyone who experiences a pattern of abusive behavior by another person to gain or maintain power and control.
The Valley Women's Center provides low-cost outpatient treatment in English and Spanish for women and their family members at risk for alcohol, drugs, domestic violence and other threats to family stability. Sessions are scheduled by appointment after an initial evaluation by an experienced therapist. Fees are based on a sliding scale. We offer individual, family and couples counseling, and the following group therapies:
The Valley Women's Center maintains extensive resource files for our telephone and drop-in inquiries, offering a valuable referral service to community residents and other agencies. To learn more about referral services, send us an e-mail or contact us at .
Our staff members and trained volunteers create dynamic partnerships with the community at large and are available for local presentations on a variety of topics that promote family stability and overall wellness, such as:
Alcohol and drug abuse prevention education programs are designed and implemented for at risk populations in the community: