Royal Life Centers
Because We Care
Our Commitment to Families
At Royal Life Centers, we understand the burden that substance use disorder can have on families. While your loved one is going through the process of treatment, we do our best to relieve family concerns ‘Because We Care’. Our detox and residential facilities are staffed 24/7 so that guests can focus their efforts on their recovery. We provide a comfortable and safe environment, free from outside distractions
How We Help
If your loved one is staying in one of our facilities, they are in good hands. We provide high-quality counseling from our addiction specialists, spacious bedrooms each with a plasma TV, and a physician-approved medical regimen. Our balanced nutritional program during detox and residential treatment have an in-house chef that prepares three delicious meals daily. Guests will also have unlimited access to an assortment of beverages and snacks.
Families typically will want to check in on their loved one and their progress during detox and residential treatment. However, HIPAA laws prevent us from releasing this information without guests’ written consent.
Because we want families to feel confident in their loved one’s sobriety, we offer free monthly drug testing kits to ensure graduates are remaining sober. To request a kit, please fill out a request form at the bottom of this page.
Additionally, we encourage family members and friends to begin their own recovery, as a loved one’s substance abuse can greatly impact everyone around them. We recommend finding local Al-Anon meetings to share and connect with others who have had similar experiences. Click here to find local meetings or to find an online meeting.
You can also visit our Facebook page for additional support and to connect with other families and alumni of Royal Life Centers.
To learn more about support options, as well as to help improve your understanding of drug and alcohol rehabilitation, here are some valuable links and resources.
Al-Anon: A support group for friends and family members of an alcoholic.
Nar-Anon: a support group for friends and family members of an addict.
CoDA: A support group for those with co-dependency.
How to use Narcan: Narcan is a medication that will help in the unfortunate event of overdose. Learn more here.
Preventing an Overdose is easy if you know the right steps to take. Find out more here.
Did you know that anyone in Arizona state can go to a pharmacy and get life-saving Naloxone without a prescription? Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) issued a standing order on November 11, 2017 that allows any Arizona-licensed pharmacist to dispense naloxone to any person without a prescription necessary. People in Arizona are able to pick up naloxone at all pharmacy locations across the state (AHCCCS).
If your loved one is suffering from a substance use disorder of any kind, please reach out to our admissions team today. We are here to help and answer any questions 24/7, Because We Care. Call us at (877)-RECOVERY or (888) 534-9140.