Frequently Asked Questions
We aim to make you or your loved one’s transition into our treatment centers as smooth as possible. Royal Life Centers also wishes to ease guest and family concerns, so we provide this FAQ. In answering some of the frequently asked questions, we hope to give you a better picture of your time in treatment with us.
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Royal Life Centers provides world-class holistic addiction treatment. We are a dual-accredited, full-service drug and alcohol detox and treatment facility network committed to treating substance use disorders in the safest, most effective way possible— from detox to outpatient. We always put the guest first, hire only the most qualified staff, and maintain top-notch facilities.
Within our full continuum of care, Royal Life Centers treatment programs start with medical detox where drug and alcohol toxins are removed from the body. Following detox, residential inpatient treatment continues the therapeutic practices started in detox. Following residential inpatient, you work through levels of care that include partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient programs (IOP). Once completed, you may continue treatment in our outpatient program (OP). Guests in aftercare and outpatient care can live in our sober living houses.
The length of treatment varies by individual. In general, detox services last 4 days or 8 days. Residential inpatient starts at 14 days. Our aftercare program extends for 12-weeks. Outpatient care is a customizable time frame. For this reason, guests can choose to be in outpatient for an undetermined amount of time, ranging from a couple of weeks up to one year.
When entering rehab, you can bring:
- Enough comfortable and casual clothing for two weeks (laundry facilities are available)
- Shoes appropriate for hiking or exercise (boots or running shoes)
- Warm clothing for winter months (coat, scarves, gloves, etc.)
- Personal hygiene products (keep it simple and basic)
- Electric razor or razor and shaving cream
- Driver’s license or picture ID
- Prescribed medications in the original bottle with prescription information (liquid medications must be unopened with original seal)
- Nicotine patches or tobacco products including: cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, pipes, cigarillos and vape/electronic cigarettes (must be cleaned out and the fluid must be in an unopened, sealed container)
- 1 pillow, blanket, or comfort item
- Journaling supplies (a few pens and a notebook), highlighters
When entering rehab, do NOT to bring:
- Drugs and alcohol
- Candles or incense
- Alarm clocks
- Laptops or tablets (any electronics will be locked up and stored until your completion)
- Cell phones (any electronics will be locked up and stored until your completion)
- Weapons of any type
- Herbal products
- Vitamins or over-the-counter medications
- Mouthwash or hygiene products that contains alcohol
- Nothing of monetary value (i.e. gaming systems, jewelry, expensive clothing )
- Revealing clothing
- Clothing with inappropriate images or words
- Homemade food or drinks
At Royal Life Centers, we operate on a biopsychosocial/spiritual model. This means we collectively treat the mind, body, and spirit. Essentially, holistic treatment is the idea that multiple modalities of treatment are the most effective way to recover from drug and alcohol addiction. Our addiction treatment includes traditional and alternative approaches like individual therapy, group counseling, art therapy, yoga, mindfulness, and Native American healing traditions.
Royal Life Centers accepts most insurance. You can inquire here to check your eligibility. You may also call our admissions team directly to find out the coverage and benefits for your specific insurance plan.
Because We Care, we do our best to accommodate special financial circumstances and offer financing. Please give us a call to go over possible payment options. If we can not accommodate your budget, we will find you a treatment provider that will.
Due to HIPAA laws, we cannot legally release any information about our guests unless they have provided us with written consent. Guests may ask for staff to make a “safe call” upon arrival to our detox facility, to assure family/loved ones that they have arrived safely. Because we are a closed facility, guests have limited phone access but are permitted one call per week (or more if approved by their primary therapist), to be approved and supervised by their therapist.
Group is required during detox and residential treatment unless guest is deemed medically unable to attend by a member of our medical staff.
Observational detox normally lasts 4 days. Medical detox typically extends for 8 days.
You should limit personal belongings to four to six changes of light, comfortable, and modest clothing. (no profanity or drug/alcohol references). We also suggest that you bring essential items like your wallet and cell phone.
A typical day in detox consists of five sessions of group therapy and three meal breaks per day. Below is an hourly breakdown of the daily schedule in detox and residential inpatient treatment. You can read more about what to expect during detox on our detox program page.
Yes, guests may smoke, chew tobacco, or vape in designated outside areas. During both of our inpatient programs, detox and residential, we provide scheduled times to smoke while in the lock down portions of treatment to limit temptations.
Medical Detox: Daily Schedule Example
unless a guest is deemed medically unable to attend by a member of our staff.
Residential inpatient programs starts at 14 days in treatment. Inpatient care may extend 30 days at a guest’s request. Any extension of treatment will accompany additional costs of treatment services.
Similar to detox, you’re belongings will be limited to essentials (cellphone, wallet) and a few changes of clothes.
Typically, inpatient programs consist of five sessions of group therapy, and three meals. A portion of your time is also dedicated to meeting with your personal care team (doctor, therapist, case manager). Other windows of time are left to relax and bond with other guests.
Yes, the same rules apply from detox.
Our 12-week program is referred to as aftercare. Aftercare consists of three stages: phase 1 is 4-weeks of PHP, phase 2 and 3 are two 4-week periods of IOP.
Partial hospitalization program, or PHP, is a step-down program following inpatient care.
As the first portion of our 12-week aftercare program, PHP lasts 4-weeks.
Intensive outpatient program, or IOP, is a step-down program following treatment in PHP.
As the second half and third portions of our 12-week aftercare program, IOP is split into 2 phases, each lasting 4-weeks.
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