For Families

services for families - family resources

Families will, of course, want to check in on their loved one and their progress, but HIPAA laws prevent us from releasing guest information without their written consent. We do have several resources and suggestions to support our Royal Life families:

• Please visit us on our Facebook page for additional resources and support.
Our Facebook page shares resources, event information, industry updates and voices of hope. We strive to stay available on our social media accounts to be there for our guests and their families, answering any questions or addressing concerns as they come.

• If you have not already, please take the time to read about how addiction is a family disease here and here.
These resources are the first step to understanding your loved one’s addiction. At Royal Life Centers, we are dedicated to educating individuals on the topic of addiction— education is the primary way to end the stigma around alcohol and drug addiction. We are able to share many more helpful resources upon request.

• We recommend finding local al anon meetings and sharing your experience, strength, and hope with others. There are meetings in person and online.
These local meetings are akin to support groups, created specifically for the family and friends who have a loved one in addiction/recovery. These al anon meetings will provide families with a network full of other people who can support them as their loved one goes through the recovery process.

• Families of guests who have completed our treatment program may request complimentary drug testing cups using this request form.
Our dedication to our guests shows long after a guest completes our program. In holding your loved one accountable with drug testing, you could be helping them to stay sober. A UA cup is a urinalysis— a urine drug testing kit. We provide drug testing cups free of charge to help you keep your loved one on track.

If your loved one has a substance use disorder, please do not hesitate to contact us at (877)-RECOVERY about beginning recovery. We’re here to answer any of your questions about addiction treatment Because We Care.