addiction treatment recovery

Build On Motivation for Recovery

Coupled with personal motivation, recovery from substance use disorders (SUD) requires engagement in accessible and supportive activity. Over twenty-nine years, Twin Town Treatment Centers has removed financial and practical obstacles which could otherwise diminish anyone’s desire to make a change:

• Receives calls and schedules appointments with personal sensitivity;
• Contracts with HMOs, PPOs, EPOs and Medi-Cal as a preferred in-network provider;
• When it is required, co-pay or self-pay planning is flexible, inexpensive and poses no payment of interest;
• Provides adult and adolescent SUD intensive outpatient services at multiple locations in Los Angeles and Orange Counties;
• Tailor services to each individual through hybrid in-person and remote platforms;
• Engaging staff meet clients where they are at.

SAMHSA Catalysts for Change-
Pre-contemplation to Contemplation to Preparation:

  • Gains new awareness and understanding of substance use behavior;
  • Emotional reaction to current substance use behavior or the need to change;
  • Evaluates pros and cons of current substance use behavior and its effects on others and the community;
  • Explores the current substance use behavior and the possibility of change in relation to own values;
  • Recognizes and increases available positive social supports.

Please call (866) 594-8844– Twin Town can help you find the right resources.

Sober Holiday Recovery Participation: Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Hollywood

Changing your behavior and activities will open new avenues for fun in sobriety. Try the following:

  • West Hollywood Recovery Center Marathon Holiday/New Years Meetings,



  • Crisis Services: 1-800-Suicide (1-800-784-2433) 800-273-Talk (8255) & 1-888-628-9454
  • Los Angeles County Dept. of  Mental Health Access: 1-800-854-7771


  • AA = Alcoholics Anonymous Los Angeles Office 800.923.8422; AA (323) 936-4343
  • AL ANON = Al-Anon, Alanon Los Angeles Office 818.760.7122
  • CA = Cocaine Anonymous Los Angeles Office 888.714.8341 CA (800) 347-8998
  • CEA HOW = Compulsive Eaters Anonymous Los Angeles Office 323.549.5331
  • CMA = Crystal Meth Anonymous Los Angeles Office 877.262.6691
  • CODA = Codependents Anonymous Los Angeles Office 323.969.4995
  • DA= Debtors Anonymous So. California Office 310.822.7250
  • MA = Marijuana Anonymous S. Los Angeles Office 310.943.9228
  • NA = Narcotics Anonymous Los Angeles Office 323.933.5395 NA (310) 372-9666
  • OA = Overeaters Anonymous Los Angeles Office 323.653.7652
  • SCA = Sexual Compulsives Anonymous Los Angeles Office 323.570.2659
  • SLAA = Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous Los Angeles Office 323.957.4881
  • UA = Underearners Anomyous Los Angeles Office

Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Hollywood Substance Abuse

Los Angeles County statistics show that alcohol, methamphetamine, fentanyl, heroin, cocaine and oxycodone respectively are most likely to cause death. In the Los Angeles Metro, Hollywood and West Hollywood area, 6.8% deaths are drug and/or alcohol related, 19.2% of the adult population binge on alcohol and 7.4% misuse prescription medications. 

Twin Town Treatment Centers is immediately accessible to all Los Angeles and Orange County residents, is accredited by The Joint Commission, and is certified by the California DHCS. All network HMO/PPO/EPO insurance plans and Medi-Cal contract with Twin Town Treatment Centers to provide drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Our phone is answered by real people. We can see people on the same day you call. (866) 594-8844

Substance Abuse in Los Angeles County (LACHS)


2.7 million Californians, or about 8% people, were diagnosable as having addiction (substance use disorder). Of that population, six percent abused or were found dependent on alcohol, and 3% met the criteria for a substance use disorder involving one or more illicit drug.


The rate of substance use disorder among young adults (18 to 25 years) was approximately twice the overall average. Adults 26 and older were nearly three times more likely to have alcohol use disorders than illicit drug use disorders.


The number of alcohol related Los Angeles County emergency department visits increase by 82% within an eight-year period. Excess alcohol use related to direct and indirect costs of $10.3 billion in Los Angeles County. Of the priority of drug and alcohol related problems, prescription drug misuse, marijuana availability to youth, binge and underage drinking and methamphetamine abuse (including youth) are priority.


Of those who die of drug overdose, an average of thirty-one (31) years of life are lost. Marijuana related traffic accident fatalities have increased 510% since decriminalization.