Twin Town Treatment Centers operates six outpatient substance use disorder programs in Los Angeles and Orange Counties serving community residents within a twenty-minute commute. Morning or evening adult sessions, and an evening teen program allow patient clients to continue with home, school and work responsibilities as they apply recovery and new coping skills directly into their daily lives. The “take-home” benefits of outpatient treatment is 100%.
Twin Town has provided reputable, evidence based treatment for addiction to Los Angeles and Orange County residents for over twenty five years. Accredited by the Joint Commission and certified by the State of California, our services are monitored for quality and are practices demonstrate ethics and integrity. Twin Town’s intensive outpatient treatment programs are certified by the California Department of Health Care Services under the following SUD certificate numbers: Laguna Hills 300128DP, Los Alamitos 300128AP, Orange 300128CP, Sherman Oaks 190290BP, Torrance 190290AP, West Hollywood 190290CP.
With the exception of one HMO, Twin Town contracts with all HMO, PPO, behavioral health insurance plans as an in-network preferred provider.
About Our CEO
2019 CSAM Award Recipient
The CSAM Community Service Award is presented to a non-physician who has made outstanding contributions to the community.
David Lisonbee is President and Chief Executive Officer of Twin Town Treatment Centers, which operates a network of six Los Angeles and Orange County outpatient addiction treatment programs.
Possessing over thirty years of behavioral health management and executive experience, Mr. Lisonbee oversees corporate governance, development, finance, compliance, quality management and clinical service. Prior to operating Twin Town Treatment Centers, Mr. Lisonbee developed and operated psychiatric hospitals and outpatient psychiatric programs.
Having both personal and professional investment in addiction recovery, Mr. Lisonbee believes that the profession of addiction treatment is best served by scientific research, empirical and experiential insights into the disease, combined with personal and social commitments and ethics.