$15,000+ per month
On 25 peaceful acres just outside Atlanta in a beautiful 17,000-square foot home, Twin Lakes helps people find healing through a 12-Step based program.
About Twin Lakes Recovery Center
Twin Lakes Recovery Center is a residential treatment facility that provides treatment for men and women who are struggling with alcohol and drug addictions and co-occurring mental health disorders. Twin Lakes is a state-of-the art detox, residential, and outpatient treatment facility in Atlanta, Georgia. Twin Lakes takes a holistic approach to recovery, incorporates evidence-based therapies, and is a 12-Step facilitation center. Twin Lakes pride itself on accommodating clients of different belief systems and supporting those who wish to find other frameworks for peer support. Residential treatment plans typically last 28-45 days. Residences attend group and individual therapy sessions. The group therapy sessions use trauma-informed care, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), anger management, and SMART recovery meetings. The group sessions have fewer than 15 clients at one time. Twin Lakes is accredited by the Joint Commission. They accept most major insurances.
Twin Lakes facility is a beautiful 17,000 square foot home. They have semi-private sleeping quarters and shared bathrooms. Meals are catered and shared in the dining room as a group. Amenities include basketball, fishing, nature walks, badminton, volleyball, corn hole, horseshoes, and exercise equipment. Clients have access to coffee and snacks throughout the day in the kitchen. Dietary restrictions and preferences can be accommodated by the catering staff.
Who We Treat
Men and Women
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
What We Treat
Alumni Events & Get-Togethers
Family Follow-up Counseling
Young Adults Program
Access to Nature
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