ABOUT ROYAL LIFE CENTERS
Established in 2009, Royal Life Centers offers flexibly scheduled outpatient substance abuse treatment in Prescott, Ariz. The Joint Commission accredited center runs three levels of outpatient care, each provided in succession to one another: partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), and traditional outpatient care.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
According to the center’s website, outpatient treatment is designed for individuals whom inpatient detox and residential rehab is not necessary, people seeking treatment following hospitalization, as well as those who cannot forgo their prior responsibilities to family, work, or school but still require treatment. Programming is evidence-based, holistic, and individualized.
As noted above, the outpatient treatment program occurs in three separate phases. PHP participants meet five days a week, at least six hours a day before returning home each night. The next phase, IOP, entails three hours of treatment at a time - either individual, group, and family therapy - three to five days a week. Upon completion of PHP and IOP, outpatients receive “medication services and 30-90 minutes or more of psychotherapies.”
Treatment at Royal Life Centers is provided by psychiatrist, licensed mental health professionals, and independently licensed addiction specialists.
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Royal Life Centers accepts major insurance plans like Aetna, BlueCross BlueShield, Humana, Cigna, Optum, amongst others. Prospective clients can check if they’re covered via the facility’s insurance verification form on its website.
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