Substance use disorder affects family members and loved ones, too. Royal Life Centers at Puget Sound offers many resources to families to answer questions and ease concerns, and our clinical staff prioritizes communication with approved family members.
During our residential and detox programs, guests are encouraged to focus on their recovery. Families can rest assured knowing that their loved one is in a comfortable environment with access to world-class medical care. Our therapists and case management team work diligently to ease tensions and help resolve family conflicts. Also, for guests who plan on returning home following treatment, Royal Life Centers at Puget Sound offers free drug testing kits. We are dedicated to setting our guests up for success. We want to see all of our guests lead happy, meaningful, and successful lives in sobriety. Because We Care.
Other family resources:
• Our Facebook page is a great resource for support, daily motivation and additional resources in helping you or a loved one overcome an addiction. We post about upcoming events, ways we get involved with the community, and offer a way to contact us directly with your ideas. Please visit here in order to request to join the group.
• If you have not already, please take the time to read about how addiction is a family disease with these resources, Substance Abuse Booklet for Families and Alcohol and Drug Addiction Happens in the Best of Families.
• We recommend finding local Alcoholic’s Anonymous meetings and sharing your experience, strength, and hope with others. Alcoholics Anonymous is an group of men and women who have had a problem with drinking. There are zero age or education requirements. Membership is open to any individual who wants to do something about his/her drinking problem. Click here to find meetings in person and online.
If your loved one has a substance use disorder, please do not hesitate to contact us. We’re here to help 24/7 Because We Care.
To receive your free kit, please click the button below to fill out our request form.