Royal Life Centers is a nationally certified and recognized addiction treatment company with inpatient drug rehab programs, in locations across the United States. Royal Life Centers Inpatient rehab centers provide a level of care for addicts and alcoholics that is unparalleled anywhere else. Our comprehensive, holistic, and personalized approach ensures that each and every client receives a treatment program that is personally designed for their individual success.
Inpatient drug treatment, also known as residential drug treatment, is when an addict or alcoholic is treated for addiction or alcoholism while living in an inpatient addiction center or program. Getting clean and sober on your own is not only more challenging, but with some drugs detoxing by yourself can be a dangerous process, and can also lead to a higher chance of relapse. Inpatient drug treatment programs offer the highest level of care with medical and addiction treatment staff on hand 24 hours a day seven days a week to assist addicts and alcoholics. People will sleep, eat all their meals, and perform all activities while living in a safe, secure, and supportive sober environment. Royal Life Centers inpatient addiction treatment programs can vary in length but most clients choose to stay anywhere from 2 weeks to 30 days.
The length of the stay is important because many individuals have tried on their own to get clean and sober before, and have found it near impossible to stay clean and sober. Inpatient drug rehabs offer individuals the ability to remove themselves from environments, circumstances, and situations that may be making getting clean near impossible, and the supportive environment of an inpatient facility lends itself to higher success rates. Our inpatient rehab programs provide addicts and alcoholics with therapies, groups, one on one counseling sessions with addiction therapists, and teach clients successful strategies to live a life free from drugs and alcoholics.
Royal Life Centers offers a number of different programs and locations to choose from for addiction or alcoholism treatment. As a national leader in substance abuse treatment, we have a number of programs to choose from. Everyone's journey is going to be somewhat different and unique, and to that end, we put together a list of questions that will help you determine which of our specific inpatient drug treatment centers will be the best fit for you.
It's important that you are honest with our drug rehab intake specialists about your drug use and history of substance abuse so that we can adequately assess your needs. Providing a complete and thorough background on your drug and alcohol usage will ensure that we place you in the right program for you. While all of our inpatient drug rehabs adhere to the highest level of care, different drugs and substances can have differing affects, and this may effect your specific treatment needs.
After completing inpatient drug treatment at one of our national addiction treatment programs, people opt to attend one of our sober living programs. While attending a Royal Life Centers sober living facility many people choose to further address their addiction and alcoholism by continuing treatment by attending either a PHP or IOP drug treatment program.
Stepping down from inpatient rehab to a sober living facility is not mandatory; however people have much better success staying clean and sober when they continue their sobriety in an environment designed to help support their fledgling sobriety.
If you or a loved one are dealing with an addiction problem and are in need of help, contact us today. We have trained inpatient drug rehab counselors ready to help you with the admissions process. We can answer any questions you may have, and ensure that we get you into the best Royal Life Centers inpatient addiction program to help you address your issues.
No matter how dark things may seem, Royal Life Centers is ready to help you take your life back, and break free of active addiction and alcoholism. Call us today for a free confidential addiction assessment.