Drug Rehab in Plattsburgh

Learn more about how our comprehensive addiction treatment programs help residents of Plattsburgh on their path to recovery.

The Valley Vista Difference

Valley Vista offers hope and healing for individuals battling substance use disorders. With a profound commitment to evidence-based practices and compassionate care, Valley Vista blends expertise with empathy to create a therapeutic environment unlike any other.

At Valley Vista, the journey to recovery is approached with humility, accountability, and acceptance. Their gender-specific programs, located in Bradford and Vergennes, offer a safe haven where personalized treatment plans are tailored to each individual’s needs. From comprehensive group sessions held even on weekends to a supportive community rooted in Unity and respect, Valley Vista ensures every client receives the tools and understanding necessary for enduring recovery.

Embracing a variety of therapeutic modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and 12-Step Programming, Valley Vista embraces diversity and recognizes that recovery is a unique path for each person. Here, clients are not just participants but partners in their own healing, supported by a dedicated team that values respect, anonymity, and the pursuit of lifelong recovery.

Discover Valley Vista, where professionalism meets warmth, and where the journey to wellness begins in the heart of Vermont’s tranquil landscapes.

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What to Look For in a Residential Drug Rehab Near Plattsburgh

Choosing a residential addiction treatment center is a crucial decision that can significantly impact recovery outcomes. Here are several key factors to consider when evaluating such facilities:

  • Accreditation and Licensing: Ensure the facility is accredited by recognized organizations and licensed to operate. This ensures they meet specific standards of care and safety.
  • Treatment Approaches: Look for centers that offer evidence-based treatment modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and others proven effective in treating addiction.
  • Customized Treatment Plans: A good center will create personalized treatment plans tailored to individual needs and circumstances rather than applying a one-size-fits-all approach.
  • Qualified Staff: Check the credentials and experience of the staff, including therapists, counselors, and medical professionals. They should be licensed, trained in addiction treatment, and experienced in handling co-occurring disorders.
  • Dual Diagnosis Capability: If you have a co-occurring mental health disorder (e.g., depression, anxiety), ensure the center has expertise in treating both addiction and mental health issues simultaneously.
  • Family Involvement: Family support can be crucial in recovery. Look for centers that involve families in the treatment process through education, therapy sessions, and support groups.
  • Aftercare and Relapse Prevention: Recovery is an ongoing process. A good treatment center will provide a robust aftercare plan, including relapse prevention strategies, support groups, and connections to community resources.
  • Facility Environment and Amenities: The physical environment can impact recovery. Consider factors like location, cleanliness, safety, and amenities that contribute to comfort and well-being during treatment.
  • Peer Support and Community: Recovery is often strengthened through peer support. Look for centers that emphasize group therapy, peer support groups, and a sense of community among residents.
  • Reviews and Testimonials: Read reviews and testimonials from past clients and their families to gauge their satisfaction with the center’s services, staff, and overall experience.

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Take a Tour of Our Men's And Women's Facilities

At Valley Vista, we believe in doing recovery the right way, not the easy way. Our clinically-focused, evidence-based approach ensures that each client receives individualized care through comprehensive treatment plans tailored to their unique needs. From the moment clients arrive, they are embraced by a supportive community that values humility, accountability, and acceptance.

Our facilities boast full-day schedules featuring clinical groups, including weekends, to foster deep healing and lasting change. We offer true gender-specific treatment environments, each designed to provide a sense of safety and respect. With 28 beds at our women’s center and 71 beds in our men’s center, we ensure intimate, personalized care that promotes enduring recovery.

Join us on a journey toward wellness and empowerment at Valley Vista, where professionalism meets warmth and recovery begins in serene Vermont settings. Explore our facilities and discover the transformative difference of compassionate, evidence-based treatment.

Getting Started

Planning For Treatment

Preparing for residential addiction treatment involves packing essential items that will help facilitate your stay and support your recovery journey. Here’s a list of items to consider bringing:

  • Personal Identification: Bring your driver’s license or other identification documents required for admission.
  • Health Insurance Information: Ensure you have your insurance card and any necessary paperwork related to coverage.
  • Medications: Bring a sufficient supply of any prescribed medications in their original containers, along with a list detailing the dosage and frequency.
  • Comfortable Clothing: Pack several changes of comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing. Include sleepwear and outdoor attire if applicable.
  • Toiletries: Bring your own toiletries, such as toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, soap or body wash, deodorant, shaving supplies, and any other personal hygiene items you regularly use.
  • Comfort Items: Consider bringing a few personal comfort items such as photos of loved ones, a favorite book, journal, or small mementos that provide comfort.
Men's Addiction Treatment

Directions To Our Men's Facility From Plattsburgh

Our men’s treatment center, located in Bradford, Vermont, is 1 hour 55 minutes and 100 miles from Plattsburgh, New York.

  • Head toward Cornelia St on Margaret St (US-9 S). Go for 2.0 mi.
  • Turn right onto Cumberland Head Rd (RT-314 E). Go for 1.0 mi.
  • Keep left onto Commodore Thomas Macdonough Hwy (RT-314). Go for 3.0 mi.
  • Take the Grand Isle Ferry. Stay on for 1.8 mi.
  • Head southeast on Gordons Lndg. Go for 0.2 mi.
  • Turn right onto W Shore Rd (VT-314). Go for 0.7 mi.
  • Keep left onto Ferry Rd (VT-314). Go for 1.6 mi.
  • Turn right onto Theodore Roosevelt Hwy (US-2). Go for 10.2 mi.
  • Take ramp onto I-89 S (Lake Champlain Byway-Vermont) toward Winooski Burlington. Go for 47.3 mi.
  • Take exit 7 toward VT-62/Berlin/US-302/Barre/Milepoint Exit 50 onto VT-62 E. Go for 1.9 mi.
  • Keep left onto VT-62 E. Go for 3.1 mi.
  • Turn right onto N Main St (US-302). Go for 0.5 mi.
  • Turn left onto Washington St (US-302). Go for 3.8 mi.
  • Take the 2nd exit from roundabout onto E Barre Rd (US-302 S). Go for 6.9 mi.
  • Turn right onto Route 25 (VT-25). Go for 12.0 mi.
  • Turn left onto Wrights Mountain Rd. Go for 3.4 mi.
  • Arrive at 23 Upper Pln, Bradford, VT 05033
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Women's Addiction Treatment

Directions To Our Women's Facility From Plattsburgh

Our women’s treatment center, located in Vergennes, Vermont, is 1 hour 23 minutes and 76 miles from Plattsburgh, New York.

  • Head toward Cornelia St on Margaret St (US-9 S). Go for 154 ft.
  • Turn left onto Cornelia St (RT-3). Go for 0.1 mi.
  • Turn right onto Oak St (RT-22 N). Go for 0.7 mi.
  • Continue on RT-22 N toward I-87. Go for 0.6 mi.
  • Take ramp onto I-87 S (Adirondack Northway) toward Airport. Go for 37.5 mi.
  • Take exit 31 toward RT-9N/Elizabethtown/Westport/Hospital. Go for 0.2 mi.
  • Turn left onto Nys Route 9N (RT-9N S). Go for 18.3 mi.
  • Turn left onto Bridge Rd (RT-185 E) toward VT-17. Go for 4.1 mi.
  • Continue on Crown Point Brg (VT-17/VT-125). Go for 8.4 mi.
  • Turn left onto VT Route 22A (VT-22A). Go for 6.1 mi.
  • Turn left onto N Maple St. Go for 0.1 mi.
  • Turn right onto Alden Pl. Go for 226 ft.
  • Arrive at 1 Alden Pl, Vergennes, VT 05491-1102