Royal Life Centers has been a leader in the drug and alcohol detox and addiction treatment field for years. Our detox centers are staffed by medical professionals, addiction therapists, psychiatrists, and other drug treatment specialists. We have all the needed experience, resources, and programming that you or your loved one needs to overcome substance use disorder.
Our medication-assisted detox program is based on a clinical assessment of each guest, followed by an approved medical regimen. Each plan is tailored to our individual guest’s needs to ensure maximum comfort through withdrawal and safe, effective tapering off of substances. Upon admittance to detox, guests are assigned a primary therapist, and our 24/7 nursing and support staff guarantees access to treatment resources if a guest’s primary therapist is unavailable.
Without professional supervision and medical monitoring, it is too easy for complications from withdrawal from drugs and/or alcohol to develop, which is why a safe, structured environment like ours is essential. Withdrawal is much more than the physical risks, however; once someone with a substance use disorder has tapered off substances, they must manage psychological risks. Continued support in a treatment setting is critical if the results of a medical detox are going to last, as detox is the first, most sensitive step toward recovery.
Therapy is an excellent example of risk management, and our addiction therapists facilitate both group and individual therapy sessions and help guests to create individualized treatment plans. Royal Life Centers doesn’t believe in a “one size fits all” mentality— unlike other treatment facilities, we don’t pair our guests with pre-determined treatment tracks. Instead, we place special emphasis on creating unique plans that are tailored to individuals and their needs.
In detox, group therapy sessions, designed to prepare guests for the next phase in their treatment plan and help address underlying issues that contribute to substance use disorder, cover topics ranging from self-discovery and life skills-building to emotion management and relapse prevention. Guests also participate in one-on-one counseling with their primary therapist.
Our Department of Children and Family Services (DCF)-licensed detox centers are closed facilities, meaning guests can recover in a safe, secure, and supervised environment without outside distractions.
If you or a loved one wants to learn more about our medical detox program, please reach out to us today. Our admissions team is available 24/7 at (877)-RECOVER to answer your questions.