ABOUT TWIN TOWN TREATMENT CENTERS
Twin Town Treatment Centers (TTTC) operate five substance abuse treatment facilities in Los Angeles and Orange County. The Orange County location treats both adults and adolescents aged 12 to 17 through its suite of programs, which include day treatment, intensive outpatient treatment (IOP), aftercare, and a relapse program. TTTC also offers drug and alcohol education and alumni groups, and counselors can coordinate detox services for those who require medical attention (though detox is not offered on-site).
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The treatment process at TTTC begins with an initial interview and assessment at no cost. Based on findings from this assessment, clients may be enrolled in day treatment, which includes eight hours of services per day for up to six days a week, or the IOP, which consists of three hours of programming a day for up to six days a week. Each client receives his or her own customized treatment program, which can include **individual counseling, **12-step groups, family and group counseling, and educational workshops.
Twelve-step fellowship is an important part of TTTC's treatment process. Clients may attend meetings, obtain a sponsor, and work the steps. Clients may also attend family counseling, which helps to repair relationships and build a stronger support network. Family services are offered in 85.1% of treatment facilities.
As participants progress through a program’s phases, their number of weekly treatment hours decreases. Graduates of these programs may participate in aftercare program and join TTTC’s alumni support group.
According to the facility's website, 71 percent of clients report continuous sobriety at nine-month follow-up appointments. A relapse track, which includes 10 sessions of intensive outpatient treatment, is available to individuals who have completed the intensive outpatient program but experienced a relapse.
There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its treatment staff. However, the one alum surveyed by Rehabs to date gave the facility five out of five stars for its staff support. The facility is also a part of the 19% of U.S. facilities accredited by the Joint Commission.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The one alum surveyed by Rehabs.com at the time of this writing gave TTTC a good review for its outpatient program, offering a perfect five-star rating for the facility's overall effectiveness. “My aftercare consisted of 24 sessions, 1.5 hrs, over 4 months,” the alum wrote, though offered little in detail concerning primary care.
Secondary sources revealed highly positive opinions of the facility. On Google, Twin Town Treatment Centers has two five out of five-star reviews and a four-star review to date. The reviews indicated that the program is educational with staff members that make clients “feel comfortable” in group therapy sessions. "I look forward to the next few months and I don't think I've ever said that about any other treatment center. I feel blessed," Evangelina wrote.
On Yelp, the facility has two five-star reviews and a three-star ratings under "recommended" reviews, as well as three glowing reviews under "non-recommended" reviews. "The tools I learned were life changing. I have stayed sober and ever grateful to Twin Town," Cherry, a representative reviewer, wrote. Considered a "non-recommended" review, alum Nathaniel added: "Really provided all sorts of ways to deal with life instead of going back to drinking." 
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
While Rehabs.com has yet to receive feedback from loved ones to date, on Yelp, Karen O. gave the facility five stars and wrote: "He was heavy into all kinds of drugs, in and out of jail and I'm so happy to say that he has been clean and sober for 3 years now! I would recommend this program at Twin Town if you are ready for help! We love having our son back!"
TTTC accepts a wide array of private insurance plans. The facility has an emphasis on providing easily affordable care while trying to be as flexible as possible with payment options.
Twin Town is focused on promoting prevention and recovery options within communities. Many of its blog and social posts focus on the importance of avoiding the first use of drugs or alcohol in order to prevent addiction at the source.
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