Can My Family Visit Me In Rehab?
Having been a leader in the industry of addiction treatment for over 10 years, Royal Life Centers knows the importance of providing families the opportunities to heal. We have seen how impactful addiction is, not just for those who struggle with substance abuse, but for their families and loved ones. As clarity returns during their time in recovery, guests often find themselves asking, “can my family visit me in rehab?”
Once guests are deeper into the recovery process, they often are blind-sighted by the guilt and shame of their past behaviors, including how they have treated those who love them the most. At Royal Life Centers at Sound Recovery, we know how vital it is for our guests to not only recover from addiction but to recover their relationships. For this reason, Sound Recovery offers family visitation for relatives through our Family House. Royal Life Centers at Sound Recovery encourages guests and their families to reconnect and rebuild their strong healthy relationships at our Family House.
Sound Recovery’s Family House
Royal Life Centers at Sound Recovery is dedicated to both our guests and their families. For this reason, we provide a property where families can stay to visit their loved ones. Our Family House property is available to be booked for immediate family members (parent, sibling, guardian, spouse, child, etc) of guests currently enrolled in our twelve-week program or graduates of our 12-week program that have moved into Royal Life Graduate Housing.
Families can reserve the Family House for up to one full week (7 days maximum), so that they may visit their loved ones. We know that planning a visit can be overwhelming and expensive, especially when traveling across state lines. Royal Life Centers at Sound Recovery is dedicated to helping ease the cost and anxieties that may arise from planning a trip to visit your loved one. We are happy to help this process by offering our Family House property to you, free of charge. To all family members, we grateful for you entrusting your loved one in our care, and our gratitude can only be extended to you in this small way.
We believe in our programs, which is why we encourage you to visit your loved ones while they are farther along in their recovery process. As your loved one enters and graduates from our 12-week program, the transformation they underwent is very apparent. Seeing this change for yourself is a beautiful experience, and our hope is that every family can have this experience to cherish and remember forever. Family healing is crucial in the recovery process, as family members have always been their loved one’s biggest supporters and the purest source of love and faith. We want every family to have the opportunity to heal from the impact of addiction together, so we are proud to offer the Family House as a safe space to do so.
Family House Guidelines
It is important to note that guests with family visitors remain in Graduate Housing, living separately from their families. However, guests are encouraged to spend as much time as they would like with their families in the Family House. Families are asked not to bring any pets. Additionally, families are asked to respect other family’s opportunities to book the Family House. By limiting an individual family’s booking to once per calendar year, more families can visit their loved ones during our outpatient program. The Family House is a part of Royal Life Centers property and is an extension of our expectations, values, and mission. Most importantly, the Family House property strictly prohibits any drugs and/or alcohol.
Book Your Visit
To book your stay in our Family House, please fill out the form below to reserve your preferred dates. We are happy to facilitate the transformative healing you and your family will experience.
*Please be aware that due to COVID-19, we will not be accepting bookings to stay in our Family House for the foreseeable future. If you would like to join a waiting list, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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