Twin Town Treatment Centers Twin Town/Orange location & phone number

  • Our Address:
    705 West La Veta Avenue Suite 208
    Los Alamitos, California

    Phone Number:
    (714) 532-9295
    We are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

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  •  Some signs that your family member or loved one may...
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    Some signs that your family member or loved one may have a substance abuse problem include significant mood changes, disinterest in hobbies or activities, withdrawing from friends, and feeling depressed. This is a time for him or her to seek substance abuse counseling to get to the root of the problem.
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    Are you afraid of losing your job because of a drug or alcohol problem? A substance abuse counselor will help you sort through the possible causes for your addiction and help you to overcome it.
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    Tomorrow the Orange site is very excited to have Steven Angel from "Drumming For Your Life" visit! A workshop using drum therapy will take place tomorrow from 10-11:30 am! "Energy - Thought - Emotion!" Current patients and families attend for free. All are welcome to attend, individuals the cost is $25 and families can attend for $50! Call to reserve your spot and DON'T MISS THIS INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY!!! 1-866-594-8844 http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com/Family_Events.shtml
  •  It’s important to remember that people who are...
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    It’s important to remember that people who are unable to quit an addiction cold turkey aren’t lazy or unmotivated. In many cases, it can take intensive substance abuse counseling to help them break the cycle of backsliding into addiction.
  •  Drug addiction is a complex condition with many...
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    Drug addiction is a complex condition with many implications for the addict and his or her family and friends. We have a wide range of programs that reach out to anyone affected by substance abuse.
  •  Substance abuse counseling is about so much more than...
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    Substance abuse counseling is about so much more than just getting out from under an addiction. Without learning coping mechanisms for dealing with your triggers, relapse can be more likely.
  •  In an average year in the United States, more than 20...
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    In an average year in the United States, more than 20 million people need treatment for drug addictions. There are many available programs with experienced therapists.

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    Here are some of the methods we have tried: Drinking beer only, limiting the number of drinks, never drinking alone, never drinking in the morning, drinking only at home, never having it in the house, never drinking during business hours, drinking only at parties, switching from scotch to brandy, drinking only natural wines, agreeing to resign if ever drunk on the job, taking a trip, not taking a trip, swearing off forever (with and without a solemn oath), taking more physical exercise, reading inspirational books, going to health farms and sanitariums, accepting voluntary commitment to asylums -- we could increase the list ad infinitum.

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    Some substance abuse counseling programs offer the opportunity to work with or become a peer coach. Peer coaches or peer mentors are people who have confronted their own substance abuse issues and who are willing to listen, discuss, and provide support to others.
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    Family Connection workshops for the Month of January! You do not have to be a patient to participate! Please call (866) 594-8844 to register! http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com/Family_Events.shtml
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    Relapse is not considered treatment failure and is, instead, considered a way in which to learn lessons. The key is to speak to your substance abuse counselor and your sponsor. Also, get to a meeting, speak with your doctor, and get sober as quickly as possible so that you can better understand what triggered the relapse.
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    This Sat***ay our North Hollywood site is proud to offer a workshop presented by Mich***e Kobayashi, MA Marriage & Family Therapist Registered Intern on “How to be as Powerful as Humanly Possible” Please call (866) 594-8844 if you would like to attend. All are invited; you do not need to be a current patient to attend this workshop. Individual cost per person is $25.00 and only $50.00 for a family! http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com/Family_Events.shtml
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    Remember, substance abuse counseling isn’t about assigning blame or making you out to be the bad person. It’s about getting to the root of why you feel the need to abuse substances and helping you overcome that need.
  •  In an average year in the United States, more than 20...
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    In an average year in the United States, more than 20 million people need treatment for drug addictions. There are many available programs with experienced therapists.
  •  http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com/Ethics.shtml#top

Building Trust- Ethics in Addiction Treatment

David Lisonbee, CEO, Twin Town Treatment Centers

Trust is the basis of effective treatment; without trust, therapeutic outcomes are improbable. Researching the operative elements of successful addiction treatment reveals that it is the therapeutic alliance between the treatment provider and client-patient is THE essential therapeutic ingredient. Therapy styles, teaching content, techniques, philosophies, strategies, models have little effect beyond the establishing a relationship between the person being help and the other helping. If the provider or facility providing help is not trustworthy, they are not effective. Without trust, doors are closed. 

How many times have we heard about a family being misled about the costs of treatment after the provider of treatment posted that they accept insurance? What the provider actually accepted is out-of-network insurance payment, where accountability for added costs and patient charges can be avoided. How many families receive bad news twice when their loved one checks out of treatment early, and the provider will not refund the unused portion of what was paid toward that treatment? 

Quid pro quo kickback schemes paying for patient referrals and/or fee-splitting between providers to enhance referral and revenue volume are obvious breaches of ethical conduct. Call centers, internet brokering sites, and toxicology lab revenue sharing scams have become pervasive in a profession and business which is ultimately built upon trust. All addiction treatment providers are painted with the same cynical brush when a few value money over integrity.

Doing the right thing is not easy but it is what sobriety, recovery AND TREATMENT should be all about. 

How many times have we heard about a family being misled about the costs of treatment when the provider of treatment posted that they accept insurance? The provider actually accepted out-of-network insurance payment, where contractual accountability can be avoided. Unnecessary services, exorbitant charges, and inducements to receive services are common-place. How many families receive bad news twice when their loved one checks out of treatment early and the provider will not refund the unused portion of what was paid toward that treatment?

Rather than contracting with a cost-effective laboratory to provide medically necessary urinalysis testing, some providers and labs are charging upwards of $1000 for a $5 lab or confirmation on a daily basis. The bill is then sent to the medical benefit to conceal it from utilization review. These revenue enhancements create a need for greater oversight or more aversive market consequences. 

Treatment and recovery should represent the best of what we have to give, not the dark motives of selfishness and greed. 

Twin Town Treatment Centers posts on its website ethical standards to which we hold ourselves accountable. We encourage others to do the same. Rather than racing to the bottom, we’ll set ethical standards from which the public and purchasers of healthcare can distinguish. 

Standards Twin Town sets for itself include: 

• Refusing to accept/ pay referral fees or contract with referral mills (internet websites) to increase rates of patient enrollment. The patient and family geographic location, and the clinical needs expressed by the patient and their family are always considered when forming disposition/ referral plans. 

• Refusing to mislead patients and their families with statements such as, “We’ll take your insurance and we will accept payment arrangements for the unpaid balance”. In situations where the patient and their family are misled at enrollment, they are later shocked by bills which may exceed tens of thousands of dollars. The reality all along was that the insurance would have only paid for only a few days of residential or out-of-network treatment. 

• Refusing to contract with the patient or family for a “flat case-rate” for the entire course of treatment. Under flat case rate agreements refunds are frequently refused and the unused funds are pocketed. 

Set ethical and quality standards which exceed the norm: 

• Provide only cost-effective treatment which is quality monitored. 

• Before admission, provide full financial and service disclosure, and secure voluntary informed consent. Avoid surprises. 

• Seek to protect the dignity and confidentiality of each client patient and their family members. 

• Doc**ent and provide the treatment that is billed. 

• Respect and protect clinical relationships with current and/or prior caregivers. Avoid transferring clients from care of therapists, counselors, psychiatrists and/or physicians. COORDINATE care with community professionals rather than setting up competitive or fragmented systems of care.
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    http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com/Ethics.shtml#top Building Trust- Ethics in Addiction Treatment David Lisonbee, CEO, Twin Town Treatment Centers Trust is the basis of effective treatment; without trust, therapeutic outcomes are improbable. Researching the operative elements of successful addiction treatment reveals that it is the therapeutic alliance between the treatment provider and client-patient is THE essential therapeutic ingredient. Therapy styles, teaching content, techniques, philosophies, strategies, models have little effect beyond the establishing a relationship between the person being help and the other helping. If the provider or facility providing help is not trustworthy, they are not effective. Without trust, doors are closed. How many times have we heard about a family being misled about the costs of treatment after the provider of treatment posted that they accept insurance? What the provider actually accepted is out-of-network insurance payment, where accountability for added costs and patient charges can be avoided. How many families receive bad news twice when their loved one checks out of treatment early, and the provider will not refund the unused portion of what was paid toward that treatment? Quid pro quo kickback schemes paying for patient referrals and/or fee-splitting between providers to enhance referral and revenue volume are obvious breaches of ethical conduct. Call centers, internet brokering sites, and toxicology lab revenue sharing scams have become pervasive in a profession and business which is ultimately built upon trust. All addiction treatment providers are painted with the same cynical brush when a few value money over integrity. Doing the right thing is not easy but it is what sobriety, recovery AND TREATMENT should be all about. How many times have we heard about a family being misled about the costs of treatment when the provider of treatment posted that they accept insurance? The provider actually accepted out-of-network insurance payment, where contractual accountability can be avoided. Unnecessary services, exorbitant charges, and inducements to receive services are common-place. How many families receive bad news twice when their loved one checks out of treatment early and the provider will not refund the unused portion of what was paid toward that treatment? Rather than contracting with a cost-effective laboratory to provide medically necessary urinalysis testing, some providers and labs are charging upwards of $1000 for a $5 lab or confirmation on a daily basis. The bill is then sent to the medical benefit to conceal it from utilization review. These revenue enhancements create a need for greater oversight or more aversive market consequences. Treatment and recovery should represent the best of what we have to give, not the dark motives of selfishness and greed. Twin Town Treatment Centers posts on its website ethical standards to which we hold ourselves accountable. We encourage others to do the same. Rather than racing to the bottom, we’ll set ethical standards from which the public and purchasers of healthcare can distinguish. Standards Twin Town sets for itself include: • Refusing to accept/ pay referral fees or contract with referral mills (internet websites) to increase rates of patient enrollment. The patient and family geographic location, and the clinical needs expressed by the patient and their family are always considered when forming disposition/ referral plans. • Refusing to mislead patients and their families with statements such as, “We’ll take your insurance and we will accept payment arrangements for the unpaid balance”. In situations where the patient and their family are misled at enrollment, they are later shocked by bills which may exceed tens of thousands of dollars. The reality all along was that the insurance would have only paid for only a few days of residential or out-of-network treatment. • Refusing to contract with the patient or family for a “flat case-rate” for the entire course of treatment. Under flat case rate agreements refunds are frequently refused and the unused funds are pocketed. Set ethical and quality standards which exceed the norm: • Provide only cost-effective treatment which is quality monitored. • Before admission, provide full financial and service disclosure, and secure voluntary informed consent. Avoid surprises. • Seek to protect the dignity and confidentiality of each client patient and their family members. • Doc**ent and provide the treatment that is billed. • Respect and protect clinical relationships with current and/or prior caregivers. Avoid transferring clients from care of therapists, counselors, psychiatrists and/or physicians. COORDINATE care with community professionals rather than setting up competitive or fragmented systems of care.
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    Family Connection Workshops for the Holidays! All our invited to attend, you do not have to be a current patient to participate! Please call (866) 594-8844 or visit our website to register. http://www.twintowntreatmentcenters.com/Family_Events.shtml

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