We are accepting new admissions but have implemented additional pre-screening procedures to ensure the health and safety of everyone at Twin Lakes Recovery Center. **At this time, all family visitation has been suspended until further notice.**

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What You Need to Know About Narcan

What You Need to Know About Narcan

In Georgia and throughout the entire United States, the opioid abuse epidemic continues. Many people begin using opioids via a doctor’s prescription and then move on to illicit opioids when they become dependent on the substance. Abusing opioids comes with a high risk...
When It is Time to Find a New Sponsor

When It is Time to Find a New Sponsor

A sponsor is often one of the most important people in your recovery journey. Having a sponsor can help keep you accountable and decrease the possibility of relapse. This is especially important if you are newly sober and just learning to navigate a lifestyle free...
Celebrating Sober Milestones

Celebrating Sober Milestones

Being sober is a reason in itself to celebrate. Reaching certain milestones in your recovery journey also deserves recognition and celebration. Whether you have been sober for one day, thirty days, six months, or a year, it is a reason to celebrate and be proud of how...