Substance use disorder can be cunning, confusing, and overwhelming. Individuals with substance use disorders can often appear unsympathetic to themselves, as well as to their families.
Because we care, at Royal Life Centers at the Haven, our admissions team works around the clock to connect families with resources to secure the proper treatment for their loved ones who desire a life free from drugs and/or alcohol. The detox phase of treatment is typically the most delicate. However, it can also be your loved one’s first step toward a new, long life in recovery.
We suggest that your loved one brings to our facility between four and six changes of comfortable clothing. While we don’t observe a dress code, we do prohibit clothing that might trigger cravings in other guests (e.g. garments referencing drugs or alcohol). We will take care of any laundry that needs to be done during this phase of treatment.
During this critical time, concerned loved ones may wish to check in on the progress of one of our guests. However, we can only release information if a guest has given written consent in the form of a confidentiality waiver agreement, per HIPAA laws.
Guests are not permitted to receive visitors during detox. Some guests will opt to live at home following detox, residential treatment, PHP, and IOP. In this instance, we offer free urinalysis cups to families on a monthly basis. This keeps families at ease and their loved ones accountable.