Located in St. Paul, Minnesota, Twin Town Men’s Residential is an inpatient facility for treatment of men struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. As one of four residential programs for men through Meridian Behavioral Health, Twin Town treats clients who are 18 years and older
Accommodations and Food
The Twin Town facility has a total of 50 beds in dorm-style rooms, which clients share with one to two other residents. Each comes with basic amenities including dressers and shared closet space. All meals are included and are served in the facility’s cafeteria.
Treatment and Staff
After an initial intake assessment, clients work with staff members to develop an individualized treatment plan, consisting of individual and group therapy that employs both evidence-based practices, such as CBT, DBT and Motivational Interviewing (MI), and the 12 steps. Using the Health Realization model of recovery, groups address anger management, addiction and health education, living and coping skills and relapse prevention. Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using methadone is available, as is medication management for psychiatric prescriptions. Though lengths of stay are flexible, treatment usually lasts for 30 days.
In all, Twin Town Men’s Residential offers a solid gender-specific program for men with a dual diagnosis. Using a combination of evidence-based practices and 12-step philosophies, clients are provided a safe and structured environment to begin their recovery. With full psychiatric support, medication management and MAT for those in need, men who qualify for Twin Town will find it a great springboard to long-term sobriety and mental health.
Twin Town Men’s Residential Location
1706 University Ave
St. Paul, MN 55104
Twin Town Men’s Residential Cost
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