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Sober Living

Royal Life Centers offers sober living housing during our 12-week aftercare program and our outpatient program. These sober living programs benefit guests who wish to rejoin society while living amongst the built-in sober support system found in Royal Life Housing and Graduate Housing.

Royal Life Centers’ Sober Housing Features:

  •  Staff available 24/7
  •  Flat-screen TVs with cable
  •  Wi-Fi
  •  Regular UA testing
  •  Transportation to meetings
  •  Nightly curfews
  •  Maximum weekly rent of $100

Royal Life Housing

After completing our inpatient programs, guests who would like to continue with us in our aftercare program most commonly will choose to live in our Sober Housing on property. Our Sober housing is only available to current guests who have completed our inpatient treatment programs. We model the responsibility of paying bills and budgeting with low weekly rent for a nice apartment or home that is fully furnished with cable/internet and is accompanied by the safety and security of a sober living staff nearby. Paying rent for sober housing begins after we help you find employment— in phase 2 of the 12-week program. Rent is a weekly cost of $50 (weeks 4-8) and rises to $75 (weeks 9-12).

Graduate Housing

Guests who have completed our 12-week program and obtained employment are eligible to move into our Graduate House when they step down to our outpatient program (OP). During outpatient, guests participate in a minimum of one group session per week and individual therapy once a month. For guests who stay with us in our Grad House, we provide daily transportation to and from meetings and the grocery store. Our graduate housing is ideal for guests looking to transition into an independent lifestyle while keeping the guidance and support available in addiction treatment and sober living.

Throughout all aftercare stages, guests are provided three timeslots for transportation to mandatory 12-step meetings. During PHP, guests participate in two 12-Step meetings on Saturday and Sunday, however, guests who elect to join the Royal Life Centers community meetings held on Saturdays can forego their 12-Step meeting for that day.  Within Royal Life Housing, we implement policies to ensure that our guests can successfully hold employment while continuing their role within the sober community.

We understand the importance of stability and accountability in early recovery from substance use disorder, which is why we took care in the design and execution of our sober living housing. It’s critical for those who are just overcoming a substance use disorder to begin to re-build life skills and independence, but it is just as important that they know that support is available if needed, which is why our in-house sober living staff is accessible 24/7.

It’s also important that guests learn to take responsibility for their actions and make decisions based on anticipated outcomes. This helps with impulse control and ultimately creates a strong foundation upon which to build self-sufficiency.

Benefits of Sober Living

For safety and accountability, guests in sober living are UA-tested twice a week. All bedrooms and living rooms are equipped with cable flat-screen TVs, and Wi-Fi and washers and dryers are available on each property. Visitors are also permitted on the property, and overnight passes are available.

Graduate Housing is much less structured than our 12-week sober living housing, but still provides guests the necessary accountability one needs in early recovery.

Should you have any questions about Royal Life Housing or any of our inpatient, aftercare, or outpatient programs, please reach out to our admissions staff

Our team of addiction specialists make themselves available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Because We Care.

“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out” 

– Robert Collier

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Royal Life Centers is one of the leading providers of addiction treatment in the nation. We strive to set ourselves apart from other treatment centers by providing not only the highest level of care, but also diverse programs and amenities. Our staff work around the clock to ensure the best possible chance of success in a safe and constructive environment. We pride ourselves on providing exemplary, quality addiction treatment and exceptional care.

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