Royal Life Centers understands the impact of substance use disorder on families. Because We Care, we do our best to ease family concerns about detox and treatment while making the process as smooth as possible. Staffed 24/7 with medical professionals, our detox and residential facilities are designed so guests can focus their efforts on recovery. All in the safest, most comfortable environment, without outside distractions.
We suggest that your loved one bring between four and six changes of light, comfortable, and modest clothing with them. We have no dress code, however, we ask that guests not bring clothing that references drugs or alcohol, as this may trigger other guests.
How We Help
During your loved one’s stay at any of our detox or residential facilities, they will enjoy the finest amenities— from quality counseling by our addiction specialists and physician-approved medical regimens to plasma TVs and spacious guest bedrooms— designed for maximum comfort. Our nutritional programs are top notch, and our in-house chef prepares three delicious, balanced meals per day. Guests also have unlimited access to a variety of snacks and beverages.
We understand that families naturally want to check in on their loved one and their progress. However, due to HIPAA laws, we cannot release guest information without guests’ written consent. Because our goal is to create lasting, positive change in the lives of our guests and their families, we offer free UA cups to families on a monthly basis once a guest has completed treatment. If interested, please fill out a request form below.
What Happens After Detox?
Following detox/residential treatment, guests may begin outpatient treatment at Royal Life Centers; we offer continuing care at the PHP, IOP, OP, and sober living levels. Our aftercare programs are just as carefully designed and maintained as our detox and residential programs, and we hope that you’ll consider them as the next step in your loved one’s recovery journey.
At Royal Life Centers, each guest:
- Works with a case manager to help them navigate legal and social issues and take advantage of community resources
- Receives job readiness training and placement assistance at the IOP level
- Is Paired with a primary therapist who will provide counseling and support through treatment
- Has access to a psychiatrist and medical professionals for psychiatric evaluations and medication management
If someone you love has a substance use disorder, please reach out to our admissions team at (877)-RECOVER at any time. We’re here to answer your questions and address any concerns you may have about substance abuse, detox, or treatment. We want to help Because We Care.
We offer free UA cups to families of guests who have completed our program. This keeps families at ease and their loved ones accountable. Click below to fill out a form to request a UA cup.