GVU has a standing service commitment at Valley Hope of Grapevine each Tuesday night at 7:00pm to take an A.A. meeting to residents. We have a limit of six (6) members from GVU for each meeting and if you are interested in joining us for this commitment, put your name on the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board at GVU or contact our GVU Treatment Facilities Rep and we will get you added to the list for a specific Tuesday night.
Valley Hope’s Mission Statement
Valley Hope’s Mission is to provide a quality continuum of comprehensive drug and alcohol treatment and related services, in a caring atmosphere and at a reasonable price, for all people experiencing problems with alcohol or other drug use.
The purpose of providing those drug and alcohol rehab services is to improve the quality of life of those receiving services as measured by abstinence from alcohol and other substances, as well as by increased life satisfaction, improved family relationships, marital stability, job and career performance and financial stability. This Mission may be pursued in any geographic location, limited only by need and Valley Hope’s ability to respond to that need.
Disclaimer: A.A.’s Tradition 6 states that “An A.A. group ought never endorse, finance or lend the A.A. name to any related facility or outside enterprise, lest problems of money, property and prestige divert us from our primary purpose.” Grapevine Unity Group has no affiliation with Valley Hope but does work in cooperation with them to provide A.A. meetings to its residents by GVU members.