About Royal Life Centers
The Royal Life Centers detox and treatment network was established in 2009 as a reliable source of superior drug rehabilitation with consistent, quality medical care. More than ten years later, Royal Life Centers has upheld that commitment, providing unparalleled services throughout each of it’s addiction treatment facilities. Our detox, inpatient, and aftercare programs extend across our seven locations in the Pacific Northwest and the Prescott Valley in Arizona. Within the state of Washington, Royal Life Centers facilities include The Haven, Puget Sound, Sound Recovery, Spokane Heights, and Cascade Heights. Our drug rehab facilities in Arizona include Royal Life Detox and Chapter 5 Recovery. Each of our drug rehab facilities is built upon honesty, respect, and humanism, and our guests always come first.
Our 24/7 medical staff follow medication-assisted detox protocols to treat potentially fatal withdrawal symptoms and ensure the comfortability of our guests as their systems are cleansed of toxins. Following detox, guests enter our residential inpatient program to continue the therapeutic treatment methods introduced in detox. Guests may continue their care with us in our 12-week aftercare program consisting of three stages, the first being 4-weeks of partial hospitalization (PHP) and the latter stages being two 4-week phases of intensive outpatient (IOP). Guests who wish to remain in treatment are encouraged to enroll in our outpatient program (OP). Guests who are transition through IOP have access to our optional sober living residency, Royal Life Housing. Additionally, graduates of our aftercare program can transition into our Graduate House, Royal’s sober living house designed for guests who have completed the earlier levels of care within our program. These sober living options offer extended time in our safe, secure treatment program with access to our staff, resources, and community.
Royal Life Centers’ treatment plans are designed to accommodate each guest’s individual needs. As such, guests work along their therapists, customizing a individualized service plan (ISP) that is tailored to their unique circumstances. Including guests in the creation of their treatment plan ensures that their plans are as personalized and effective as possible. Our holistic therapies included group and individual therapy sessions modeled on the 12 steps, as well as music, activity, adventure, and equine therapy.
Between therapy sessions and engagement in our recommended activities— journaling, yoga, Xbox gaming, traditional board games, and more— guests at Royal Life Centers’ detox and residential facilities receive additional support. Additionally, guests may meet with one of our qualified case managers, trained to assist with navigating and solving legal, employment, familial, and personal matters. Guests can also choose to enjoy the outdoors or relax in their room, equipped with a walk-in closet and flat screen TV.
We also integrate a complete nutritional program that incorporates satisfying, nutrient-rich meals to rebalance the nutritional health of our detox and residential guests. Our on-site chef prepares three meals a day, and guests have unrestricted access to a variety of snacks and beverages. Royal staff is trained to anticipate questions or concerns that may arise, and we consistently do our best to accommodate guests’ needs and requests, as well as support the families of our guests however we can.
Our aftercare housing— Royal Life Housing for our twelve-week PHP/IOP program and the Graduate House for eligible guests who have completed our outpatient program— offers 24/7 support, low weekly rent, various amenities, and accountability in the form of required meetings and regular drug testing.
We understand that guests’ loved ones also need support during this time of detox and drug rehab, and we strive to make sure that families are comfortable during and following this process. One way we do this is by offering free drug testing cups to families of those who have completed a treatment program with us.
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