Our case managers work with guests on continuing care plans from the moment they enter our doors. The biggest threat to sobriety and sustained recovery is not staying in the treatment setting long enough.
When guests leave too early, they run the risk of falling away from their new routine. Often, this can set a vulnerable person into a mode of downward spiraling. Therefore, we suggest all of our guests work with their case managers to map out a treatment plan consisting of either inpatient treatment or an intensive outpatient program (IOP).
Guests who then choose to continue care with us typically move to our Puget Sound location, entering our residential inpatient program.
During the residential inpatient level of care, behavioral health services include group every day, five hours per day.
Our partial hospitalization Program (PHP), the first phase of aftercare following residential treatment and detox, offers a structured, less restrictive form of treatment. PHP groups are scheduled Monday through Friday, for six hours a day, and Saturday for three hours a day.
Guests who move on to our intensive outpatient program (IOP) begin the process of re-acclimating to the community. At this point in treatment, evidence has shown that an individual’s desire for sobriety outweighs their desire for substance use. Typically they become self-motivated to continue their work on healthy social and cognitive skills. Guests at the IOP level of care complete two three-week phases. In phase one, the transitional phase, guests attend group for three hours a day, five days a week, and in phase two, group is typically three hours a day, three days a week. Throughout our nine-week treatment, guests have the option to live at Royal Life Housing, our sober living facility.
If you or someone you know has a substance use disorder, we hope you’ll begin your journey with us at Royal Life Centers. Our admissions team is available around the clock at (877)-RECOVERY. Because We Care.